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Iraqi deputy: More than 7,000 kidnapped in Popular Mobilization Militia prisons

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Badr al-Fahl, member of the Iraqi Parliament for Salah El Din governorate, revealed that that there are four prisons belonging to the Popular Mobilization Militia that include more than 7 thousand kidnapped from the people of Salah al-Din and other provinces.

Amnesty International accused Popular Mobilization Militia of kidnapping about 650 Iraqis during operations to restore Fallujah last year.

The organization launched the “Where are they” campaign to find out the predestination of the kidnapped.

In another context, the Iranian Tasnim agency published photos of Iraqi children while training on weapons and in the Popular Mobilization Militia camps in Iraq.

The agency wrote with the photos that the crowd trains the sons of the fighters to carry the weapons, which they may raise one day to follow the path of their parents, according to the agency, there is a sort of bragging about recruiting children and training them on dangerous weapons.