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Military Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria and Iraq

February 1, 2015

SOUTHWEST ASIA – On Jan. 31, U.S. and Coalition military forces continued to attack ISIL terrorists in Syria, using attack, fighter, and remotely piloted aircraft to conduct eight airstrikes. Separately, U.S. and Coalition military forces conducted 26 airstrikes in Iraq, using bomber, fighter, and remotely piloted aircraft against ISIL terrorists. All strikes took place between 8 a.m., Jan. 31, and 8 a.m., Feb. 1, local time.US Iraq

The following is a summary of the strikes conducted since the last press release:

Syria
* Near Kobani, seven airstrikes struck an ISIL staging area and four ISIL tactical units and destroyed five ISIL fighting positions.
* Near Ar Raqqah, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.

Iraq
* Near Al Asad, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.
* Near Al Qaim, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL staging area.
* Near Hit, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.
* Near Kirkuk, 19 airstrikes struck four large ISIL units and 11 ISIL tactical units and destroyed eight ISIL fighting positions, an ISIL staging position, eight ISIL vehicles, two ISIL armored vehicles, an ISIL building, and an ISIL tank.
* Near Mahkmur, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.
* Near Sinjar, two airstrikes struck an ISIL tactical unit and destroyed two ISIL buildings, an ISIL heavy weapon, an ISIL shipping container, and an ISIL modular structure.
* Near Tal Afar, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL fighting position.

Airstrike assessments are based on initial reports. All aircraft returned to base safely.

The strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the operation to eliminate the ISIL terrorist group and the threat they pose to Iraq, Syria, the region, and the wider international community. The destruction of ISIL targets in Syria and Iraq further limits the terrorist group’s ability to project terror and conduct operations. Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Iraq include the U.S., Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Syria include the U.S., Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Iraq, Syria

From a Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve News Release

SOUTHWEST ASIA, Feb. 1, 2015 – U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.APTOPIX Mideast US Iraq

Officials reported details of the latest strikes, which took place between 8 a.m. yesterday and 8 a.m. today, local time, noting that assessments of results are based on initial reports.

Airstrikes in Syria

— Near Kobani, seven airstrikes struck an ISIL staging area and four ISIL tactical units and destroyed five ISIL fighting positions.

— Near Ar Raqqah, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.

Airstrikes in Iraq

— Near Al Asad, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.

— Near Al Qaim, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL staging area.

— Near Hit, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.

— Near Kirkuk, 19 airstrikes struck four large ISIL units and 11 ISIL tactical units and destroyed eight ISIL fighting positions, an ISIL staging position, eight ISIL vehicles, two ISIL armored vehicles, an ISIL building and an ISIL tank.

— Near Mahkmur, an airstrike struck an ISIL tactical unit.

— Near Sinjar, two airstrikes struck an ISIL tactical unit and destroyed two ISIL buildings, an ISIL heavy weapon, an ISIL shipping container and an ISIL modular structure.

— Near Tal Afar, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL fighting position.

Part of Operation Inherent Resolve

The strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the operation to eliminate the ISIL terrorist group and the threat they pose to Iraq, Syria, the region, and the wider international community. The destruction of ISIL targets in Syria and Iraq further limits the terrorist group’s ability to project terror and conduct operations, officials said.

Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Iraq include the United States, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Syria include the United States, Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

UN Casualty Figures for January 2015

Baghdad, 1 February 2015 – According to casualty figures released today by UNAMI, a total of 1,375 Iraqis were killed and another 2,240 were wounded in acts of terrorism and violence in January*.A woman walks past the site of a car bomb attack in Baghdad's Sadr City

The number of civilians killed was 790 (Including 59 civilian police), and the number of civilians injured was 1,469 (including 69 civilian police).

A further 585 members of the Iraqi Army were killed and 771 were injured.

Civilian Casualties (killed and injured) per governorate

Baghdad was the worst affected Governorate with 1,014 civilian casualties (256 killed, 758 injured). According to information obtained by UNAMI from the Health Directorate in Anbar, up to 31 January inclusive, the Governorate suffered a total of 779 civilian casualties (195 killed and 584 injured). This includes 49 killed and 375 injured in Ramadi and 146 killed and 209 injured in Fallujah. Diyala suffered a total of 114 killed and 49 injured; Salahuddin 100 killed and 52 injured; Ninewa 85 killed and 12 injured; and Kirkuk 14 killed and 6 injured.

*CAVEATS: In general, UNAMI has been hindered in effectively verifying casualties in conflict areas.  Figures for casualties from Anbar Governorate are provided by the Health Directorate and are noted below. In some cases, UNAMI could only partially verify certain incidents.  UNAMI has also received, without being able to verify, reports of large numbers of casualties along with unknown numbers of persons who have died from secondary effects of violence after having fled their homes due to exposure to the elements, lack of water, food, medicines and health care.  For these reasons, the figures reported have to be considered as the absolute minimum.MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-CASUALTIES/ C

Airstrikes Continue Against ISIL in Syria and Iraq / Jan. 24

January 24, 2015

US CENTCOM

Release # 2015024
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SOUTHWEST ASIA – On Jan. 23, U.S. and Coalition military forces continued to attack ISIL terrorists in Syria, using attack, bomber, fighter, and remotely piloted aircraft to conduct 13 airstrikes. Separately, U.S. and Coalition military forces conducted 13 airstrikes in Iraq, using attack, bomber, fighter, and remotely piloted aircraft against ISIL terrorists. All strikes took place between 8 a.m., Jan. 23, and 8 a.m., Jan. 24, local time.Mideast Syria Anti-IS Coalition

The following is a summary of the strikes conducted since the last press release:

Syria
* Near Kobani, 12 airstrikes struck eight ISIL tactical units and a large ISIL unit and destroyed an ISIL vehicle, an ISIL building, and eight ISIL fighting positions.
* Near Al Hasakah, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL mobile oil drilling rig.

Iraq
* Near Al Qaim, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL weapons production facility.
* Near Mosul, five airstrikes struck two large ISIL units, an ISIL choke point, an ISIL culvert, and four ISIL roads, and destroyed an ISIL culvert and an ISIL vehicle.
* Near Ramadi, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL vehicle.
* Near Tal Afar, five airstrikes struck a large ISIL unit, two ISIL tactical units, an ISIL cantonment area, and an ISIL vehicle, and destroyed an ISIL building, six ISIL vehicles, an ISIL bunker, two ISIL shipping containers, and two ISIL checkpoints.
* Near Erbil, an airstrike destroyed an ISIL shipping container, two ISIL vehicles, and three ISIL earth moving vehicles.

Airstrike assessments are based on initial reports. All aircraft returned to base safely.

The strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the operation to eliminate the ISIL terrorist group and the threat they pose to Iraq, Syria, the region, and the wider international community. The destruction of ISIL targets in Syria and Iraq further limits the terrorist group’s ability to project terror and conduct operations. Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Iraq include the U.S., Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Syria include the U.S., Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Iraq Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi World Economic Forum, Davos

January 23 2015

I am honored to be here at the World Economic Forum. These meetings offer opportunities for leaders from government, business, academia and civil society to address our international challenges in an atmosphere of inclusiveness and trust.
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In that spirit, I am pleased to be here today with so many of my friends and fellow leaders from neighboring nations. Since I became Prime Minister of Iraq in September, I have had the opportunity to meet with each of you, and now I appreciate this occasion to meet our counterparts from around the world.

In Iraq, armed conflict threatens our families, our communities and everything we hold dear. As recent events make clear, terrorism imperils all the peoples of the world, whatever our region or religion.

The Iraqi people are on the frontlines of the fight against the best-funded, best-equipped and best-organized terrorists on earth

Today, I have been asked to present “A Vision for Iraq.” My vision includes a coordinated military, political and economic strategy to defeat Daesh. And I also envision an international effort to rebuild Iraq and reconcile our region, so that, out of our own struggle and suffering, we can set an example for triumphing over terrorism with economic development and social inclusion.

For Iraq, this is the time to ask hard questions and make difficult decisions, not only to defeat Daesh but also to build a unified country, with a functioning democracy that upholds the rule of law, a streamlined government, decentralized decision-making, and a prosperous economy that offers opportunities for all our people.

As Prime Minister, I am pursuing a strategy of inter-dependence. Instead of state domination with government commanding the economy and Baghdad dominating the government, the public and private sectors – and the central government and the provinces – will work together in partnership.

For all our challenges, Iraq still brings great strengths to building our future. Our economic fundamentals are strong – one of the world’s largest reserves of oil, an educated population, and rapid growth before the onset of Daesh. Once our current security challenges are overcome, we will fulfill our potential as a business and investment partner.

Iraq is an ancient civilization but a young democracy. Since 2003, Iraq has had a succession of free elections. Last year, in the midst of extremist violence, we managed a peaceful political transition in which elected leaders stepped down to make way for new leadership.

Over little more than 100 days, our new government has begun to restructure and reform our armed forces, build better relations with the Kurdistan Region, work with local tribes to defeat Daesh, reform and decentralize the central government, advance social welfare and individual freedoms, and promote economic reform and development. We have strengthened relations with our neighbors and coordinated our counter-attack against Daesh with our Coalition allies.

Only six months ago Daesh was threatening Baghdad, and our future was uncertain. Today, with the support of our neighbors and a coalition of partners, the world has rallied to Iraq, Daesh’s momentum has been halted, and Iraqis are retaking our country.

Despite our economic challenges, the Iraqi people feel an extreme sense of urgency — and the Government of Iraq feels an extreme sense of responsibility — to liberate every inch of our territory and every segment of our citizenry from Daesh.

As I said yesterday at a security conference in London, when we ask the world community for more support or faster assistance, our determination does not reflect disappointment with the coalition of countries supporting Iraq but rather the reality that human lives are at stake and we must act as rapidly and as resolutely as we can.

I know that the Iraqi people who are now occupied by Daesh must take the lead in liberating themselves, and our government is doing our part to make this possible.

When our new government took office in September, we promised to pursue national reconciliation, military and governmental reform, economic and social reconstruction, and regional outreach. We are moving forward on every front.

We are also restoring relationships with the Sunni tribes that are based in areas now dominated by Daesh. I have met personally with representatives from the provinces of Anbar, Salahuddin and Mosul, reinforcing air support, increasing arms supplies, and providing for food deliveries. Now many of these tribes are fighting alongside – and not against – the Iraqi Security Forces.

We will never win on the battlefront if we are crippled by corruption on the home-front. We are fighting corruption and incompetence in civil and military institutions. We have removed about two dozen generals, as well as 24 senior officers of the Ministry of Interior.

Our government will spare no effort to ensure that there will be no more “ghost soldiers”on the payroll, no more corrupt commanding officers, no more battalions fleeing from the battlefields, and no more corrupt civilians enriching themselves while our soldiers sacrifice their lives and limbs.

In order to reinforce the rule of law and protect personal freedoms, I have issued an executive order to speed up the release of detainees who have not been charged and established a central registry of those who have been incarcerated. I have met with Iraqi journalists and dropped all pending lawsuits against journalists on behalf of the Prime Minister’s Office.

And, because our national defense must build up respect for the rule of law, we are bringing all armed groups under state control.

When much of our army collapsed last summer, tens of thousands of volunteers rose to defend their country. Most have fought heroically against Daesh — and many have sacrificed their lives. Some, however, have committed abuses against Iraqi citizens, and I have made clear that this is not tolerated.

In recent weeks, we have detained kidnapping rings, and other criminal networks operating under the guise of volunteer forces. These efforts will continue. The National Guard law will also offer an appropriate legal framework for the brave volunteers to continue to defend our country.

The Iraqi people and their government are doing our part on the battlefield and on the home-front. But we cannot and must not meet our challenges alone.

We need the international Coalition to provide more armaments, conduct more airstrikes and continue training our forces. We need our neighbors and allies to help stopping the flow of foreign fighters into Iraq. And we need the international community, through its financial institutions, to freeze the funding of Daesh.

While battling terrorism, our government is also striving to stabilize our society by diversifying our economy, decentralizing decision-making, controlling public spending, combating corruption, encouraging foreign investment and restoring our infrastructure.

With our reliance on oil revenues for 85 percent of our budget and the plunge in oil prices, our government has had to take a new look at our fiscal policies and our economic prospects.

First, we have been forced to turn to new sources of revenue, including taxes. We are re-emphasizing the need for customers to pay for basic services such as electricity, water and roads through our respective ministries.
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Second, we have also had to explore alternative industries to grow the economy, build businesses, generate jobs and raise revenues. Once we were one of the most diversified economies in OPEC, and we will build a diverse economy again. That is why we are investing in agriculture, petrochemicals and other industries.

Third, our government has had to become more efficient. Our government has tried to cut our budget through spending reductions and economic reforms.

Leading by example, in December, our Council of Ministers agreed to slash its salaries by 50 percent.

With 3.9 million government employees over 2 million state pensioners, we have to cut back. For that reason, we are revising our pension system, so that it can support our retirees while being sustainable for our government.

Fourth, we are fighting fraud and corruption not only in the military but in the civil government. When our brave fighters are sacrificing their lives, the least we can ask is that those who have profited at public expense give up their ill-gotten gains.

Fifth, we are decentralizing government, bringing decision-making and the provision of public services to the local level, where the people and their public officials best understand what must be done and how to do it.

By making government leaner, nimbler and more muscular, we are encouraging economic growth, job creation and foreign investment.

With more than a half a million high school and university graduates entering the job market every year – and unemployment already at 11 percent among the entire population and 18 percent among young people – we have to grow our economy and generate jobs.

This means encouraging foreign and domestic investment, expanding and creating large and small businesses, and ensuring that government supports, not stifles, the private economy.

We are moving from a state-dominated system to a more vibrant mixed economy. We are privatizing key sectors, exploring public-private partnerships, and entering more joint ventures with international companies.

Major oil companies, manufacturers, and banks are now investing in Iraq and expanding their operations in our country. Despite the security situation, our Gross Domestic Product is still growing, our productivity is still increasing, and our international trade is still expanding and will continue to improve as relations are normalized with all our neighbors.

But, first, after we defeat Daesh, we must rebuild the territories that we will liberate from the terrorists and relieve the suffering of the civilian populations who have been held hostage by these barbarians. We have developed what we call a “whole of government” strategy to restore the infrastructure and repair the social fabric. In this great endeavor, we will need help from our region and the international community.

While cutting our overall budget, our government has set aside 500 billion dinars – about 440 million dollars – to rebuild the devastation caused by Daesh’s destructive violence. But, with oil revenues plunging, two million internally displaced persons, and the costs of fighting the most formidable terrorists on Earth, we cannot pay the price alone.

I have proposed an internationally financed Reconstruction Fund to rebuild Iraq and serve as a model for assisting our neighbors who are also shouldering the human and economic costs of civil war, terrorist attacks, and the displacement of millions of men, women and children. We have had useful meetings with our friends and neighbors in the Gulf States and with the World Bank. And we are asking our Coalition allies and the international business and financial community to help.

Therefore, I propose an ongoing conversation among the governmental, religious, economic and civil society leaders in the Middle East to forge a common vision and course of action. This conversation can begin with a conference. And I suggest Baghdad because this city represents so much of our region’s history and our hopes.

From resisting Daesh to rebuilding Iraq and reconciling our region, the costs of action will be high. But the costs of inaction will be infinitely higher.

Iraq is doing our part in the struggle against violent extremism. For the sake of the world we love and the future we share, we ask all of the international community to do the same.

Thank you all for everything we will do together.

كلمة رئيس الوزراء

Iraq's Prime Minister-designate Haider al-Abadi speaks during a news conference in Baghdad

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

يا ابناء شعبنا العراقي الكريم ايها الغيارى من ابناء القوات البطلة والحشد الشعبي المقدام .. وكل عراقي غيور انتفض لكرامة شعبه ووطنه ومقدساته ..
عندما عقدتم العزم على استعادة المدن والقرى العزيزة من دنس عصابات داعش ودولتهم الاجرامية ، لم يكن العالم قد تنبه الى حجم الخطر المحدق بالعراق والمنطقة ، فقد سبقتم الجميع في مواجهة هذا الخطر وقدمتم التضحيات الجسام دفاعا عن الارض والعرض والمقدسات ، وها انتم تقطفون اليوم ثمار النصر وتحررون الارض الطاهرة شبرا شبرا من شمالي العراق الى غربه ، بدءا بآمرلي الصامدة ومرورا بطوزخرماتو وبلد والضلوعية وقرية بشير وربيعة ومدن واقضية الانبار ، وحتى اخر شبر في اقصى قرية حدودية..

ان نتائج المعركة اليوم تسير بكل ثقة لصالح الشعب العراقي وان بشائر نصر مؤزر كبير تلوح في الافق ، والهزيمة المنكرة باتت من نصيب داعش وكل القوى الارهابية التي تجرأت على ارضنا وشعبنا ومقدساتنا .
لقد قررنا ان تكون هزيمة داعش هنا على ارض العراق ، عند كل قطرة دم برئ وعند بيت كل مهجر ونازح ، وعلى خطى المعذبين في حملة التطهير العرقي التي انتهجها داعش ضد الاقليات ، وليس هو قرار شخصي او فئوي وانما هو قرار شعب وجيش ومجتمع يريد الحياة والاستقرار والعيش الآمن والتآخي والمواطنة الحقة التي لاتميز بين عراقي واخر الا بمدى انتمائه للعراق .. وليس سوى العراق .

نحيي المرجعية الرشيدة وعلى رأسها سماحة اية الله العظمى السيد علي السيستاني في هذه الايام التي تحرز فيها القوات العراقية انتصارات متتالية ما كانت لتتحقق لولا الفتوى التاريخية في الجهاد الكفائي دفاعا عن العراق وشعبه ومقدساته .
ونؤكد للعالم الذي وقف معنا ، لعدالة قضيتنا ، ولشعوره بأن الخطر لم يعد يهددنا لوحدنا ، اننا سنواصل التحدي وسنمحو الخريطة الوهمية المزيفة التي رسمها الارهاب ليمزق بها ارض الرافدين التي كانت وستبقى نقطة تعايش بين الاديان والقوميات والمذاهب ، هذه الارض التي تميزت على طول التاريخ بتنوعها الحضاري والفكري والمعرفي ، وليس مايحدث من ارهاب الا حالة طارئة وزائلة بإذن الله العلي القدير ، وسنعيد للعراق خارطته التي تضم الجميع دون استثناء .

تحية لشهداء العراق وارواحهم الطاهرة ولأبائهم وامهاتهم وعوائلهم ، ولكل من فقد عزيزا في ساحة المواجهات او جراء التفجيرات الارهابية التي تستهدف المدنيين العزل  ولكل جريح وقف في وجه الارهاب.
ونعاهدكم ان واجبنا واولويات عملنا هي حماية العراق وحمايتكم ، ولن يتقدم شيء على هذه الاولوية ، فمن دون الامن والاستقرار لن يكون طريقنا ممهدا لبناء العراق .

اجدد لقواتنا البطلة والحشد الشعبي المقدام وابناء العشائر التحية والتقدير ، واهيب بالقوى السياسية التوحد ونبذ اي خلاف ، كما اهيب بالمثقفين والاعلاميين والكتاب ان يواصلوا دعم الجهد الوطني للدفاع عن الحق ، والتصدي للحرب النفسية التي يمارسها العدو والتي هي اخطر من المواجهة العسكرية في محاولة يائسة  للنيل من الانتصارات التي يحققها ابناؤنا واخواننا ويروج لها ضعاف النفوس ، فالمعركة معركة الجميع ، وانتم في مقدمتها بمواقفكم واقلامكم وفكركم النير .

واؤكد مرة اخرى ان زخم المعركة سيتواصل حتى تحقيق كامل الاهداف، ولن نألوا جهدا في سبيل ذلك .
عاش العراق قويا منتصرا وآمنا مستقرا .. والسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته .

رئيس الوزراء  جمهورية العراق

د. حيدر العبادي

تقرير من الأمم المتحدة يورد تفاصيل “مجموعة صادمة” من انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان في شمال العراق

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النشرة العراقية

الخميس، 02 تشرين الأول، 2014

بغداد

أورد تقرير صادر من الأمم المتحدة اليوم الخميس قوائم تضم “مجموعة صادمة” من الانتهاكات الجسيمة لحقوق الإنسان و “أعمال العنف التي تتخذ طابعاً طائفياً على نحوٍ متزايد” والتي ارتكبها تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام والجماعات المسلحة المرتبطة به على مدى تسعة أسابيع، فضلاً عن عدد من الانتهاكات التي ارتكبتها قوات الأمن العراقية والقوى المرتبطة بها في إطار جهودها لمكافحة التنظيم.
يغطي التقرير الذي أعدته بعثة الأمم المتحدة لمساعدة العراق (يونامي) بالإشتراك مع مكتب مفوض الأمم المتحدة السامي لحقوق الإنسان، الفترة من 6 يوليو/تموز إلى 10 سبتمبر/أيلول، ويسرد سلسلة من الانتهاكات الخطيرة للقانون الإنساني الدولي وانتهاكات جسيمة لحقوق الإنسان كان تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام والمجاميع المسلحة المرتبطة به قد ارتكباها بشكل واضح “على نحوٍ ممنهجٍ وواسع الانتشار”.
ويقول التقرير إن تلك الانتهاكات تشمل “الهجمات التي استهدفت المدنيين والبنى التحتية المدنية بشكل مباشر، وحالات الإعدام وغيرها من حالات القتل التي تستهدف المدنيين، وحالات الاختطاف والاغتصاب وغيرها من أشكال العنف الجنسي والجسدى التي ترتكب بحق النساء والأطفال، والتجنيد القسري للأطفال، وتدمير أو تدنيس الأماكن ذات الأهمية الدينية أو الثقافية، والتدمير والنهب الوحشيين للمتلكات، والحرمان من الحريات الأساسية”.

ويمضي التقرير قائلاً إنّ “أفراد مكونات المجتمع العراقي العرقية والدينية المتنوعة من تركمان، وشبك، ومسيحيين، وأيزيديين، وصابئة، وكاكائيين، والكرد الفيليين، والعرب الشيعة وغير ذلك قد تضرروا بوجه خاص جراء  تلك الأوضاع. فقد استهدف تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية والجماعات المسلحة المرتبطة به هذه المكونات على نحوٍ متعمد وممنهج وارتكبوا بحقها انتهاكات جسيمة لحقوق الإنسان هدفت في بعض الأوقات إلى تدمير هذه المكونات وقمعها والقضاء على وجودهم في المناطق الخاضعة للتنظيم. كما قام التنظيم والجماعات المسلحة المرتبطة به بقتل الجنود المأسورين وأفراد قوات الأمن الأخرى والعاملين بالحكومة”.

وقال الممثل الخاص للأمين العام للأمم المتحدة في العراق السيد نيكولاي ملادينوف إن “هذا التقرير مروع”، مشيراً إلى أن مئات المزاعم الأخرى بشأن مقتل المدنيين لم تُذكر كونها لم يتم التحقق منها بشكل كافٍ بعد. وأضاف “على القادة العراقيين أن يعملوا على نحو موحَّد لاستعادة السيطرة على المناطق التي استولى عليها تنظيم داعش، وأن يُنجزوا إصلاحات اجتماعية وسياسية واقتصادية شاملة.”

كما يصف التقرير انتهاكاتٍ للقانون الإنساني وقانون حقوق الإنسان الدوليين أفادت تقارير أن قوات الأمن العراقية والجماعات المسلحة المرتبطة بها كانت قد ارتكبتها خلال نفس الفترة.

ويذكر التقرير أن “تلك الإنتهاكات شملت الضربات الجوية والقصف وتنفيذ عمليات عسكرية أو هجمات معينة ربما انطوت على انتهاك لمبدأي التمييز والتناسب المنصوص عليهما بموجب القانون الإنساني الدولي”.
وأعلنت بعثة الأمم المتحدة لمساعدة العراق (يونامي) يوم الأربعاء أن ما لا يقل عمّا مجموعه 9347 مدنياً قتلوا حتى الآن في 2014  وجُرح 17386 آخرون، وسُجل مايزيد عن نصف هذه الأرقام منذ أن بدأت داعش اجتياح أجزاء واسعة من شمال البلاد مطلغ يونيو/حزيران الماضي.

وقال مفوض الأمم المتحدة السامي لحقوق الإنسان زيد رعد الحسين “إن سلسلة الانتهاكات والاعتداءات التي ارتكبتها داعش والجماعات المسلحة المرتبطة بها أفعال صادمة، وإن العديد من أفعالهم قد ترقى الى حد جرائم حرب وجرائم ضد الإنسانية.”

وبين زيد “لهذا، فأنا أوصي بشدة أن تنظر الحكومة العراقية في الانضمام إلى نظام روما الأساسي، وأن تقبل –كإجراء فوري- ممارسة الولاية القضائية للمحكمة الجنائية الدولية فيما يتعلق تحديداً بالوضع الحالي المريع الذي تواجهه البلاد. إن وضعاً كهذا، حيث تحدث انتهاكات واعتداءات واسعة النطاق وجسيمة بما في ذلك الاستهداف المباشر للآلاف من المدنيين بسبب هويتهم الدينية أو العرقية، هو بالتحديد السبب الذي من أجله تأسست المحكمة الجنائية الدولية.”

وأضاف زيد “كما أشير إلى الرسالة المفصّلة التي أرسلها في 19 سبتمبر/أيلول 126 رجل دين مسلم بارز من كافة أنحاء العالم الى رئيس ما يسمى جماعة داعش، والتي بينت بوضوح أن الإسلام يحرَّم قتل الأبرياء أو قتل المبعوثين والسفراء والدبلوماسيين…وكذلك الأمر بالنسبة للصحفيين وعمال الإغاثة، وأن التعذيب وإعادة تطبيق نظام الرق هي أمور محرمة، كما هو الحال فيما يتعلق بالإجبار على تغيير المعتقد وإنكار ما للنساء من حقوق، فضلاً عن العديد من الأفعال الأخرى التي تمارسها تلك الجماعة التكفيرية يومياً