Samir Adil blessé dans un attentat

by

Samir Adil, président du Congrès des libertés en Irak, a été blessé avant-hier lors d’un attentat à Kirkouk qui a fait au moins 55 morts. Ses blessures ne mettent toutefois pas sa vie en danger. Nous assurons notre camarade de toute notre solidarité et espérons son prompt rétablissement. Le chanteur turkmène Kanaan Mohammed Saleh, 39 ans, qui animait une émission sur la télé kurde et participait à la réunion, est décédé.

Article [en anglais] sur le blog WW4 Report:

Iraq: civil resistance leader injured in Kirkuk terror blast

Samir Adil, president of the Iraq Freedom Congress (IFC), was among those wounded in a Dec. 11 suicide attack on a reconciliation meeting in the divided northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. His wounds are not life-threatening, the IFC reports via e-mail. The IFC has been working across ethnic divides in Kirkuk to unite local communities against the US occupation and sectarian militias.

The bomber set off his explosives in a crowded restaurant, killing at least 55 people and wounding about 100. The upscale Abdullah Restaurant was the cite of what Arab lawmaker Hussein Ali Saleh called a « meeting of understanding » timed for the Eid al-Adha celebration. (Chicago Tribune, Dec. 12)

Among the dead was a locally popular Turkoman singer—Kanaan Mohammed Saleh, 39, host of « The Sweet Voice » show on Kurdish TV, who had been invited to attend the reconciliation meeting. He was killed along with his three children, newly married brother and sister-in-law. His brother’s wife was seriously injured. (AP, Dec. 12)

Samir Adil

attentat-kirkoukLe restaurant Abdullah après l’attentat

Voir aussi:

Publicités

Étiquettes : ,

Une Réponse to “Samir Adil blessé dans un attentat”

  1. lucien Says:

    http://www.uslaboragainstwar.org/article.php?id=17825

    J'aime

Commentaires fermés


%d blogueurs aiment cette page :