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Kirkuk's governor belongs to ISIS: Hewitt

2018/11/16 | 01:00

(Iraq Now News)- Muzahim al-Hewitt, a spokesman for the Arab tribes in the disputed areas, accused Kirkuk Governor Rakan Jubouri of being an ISIS member.Jubouri‘s decision to allocate more than 1,600 residential plots inside Kirkuk province to the IMIS elements coming from other Iraqi provinces comes as a tribute to their efforts to occupy Kirkuk and other disputed areas, Hewitt said."As Arab tribes, we consider these practices by the Kirkuk governor as an attempt to revive the policy of Arabization again, especially that Jubouri aims to create sectarian strife in the city between Arabs, Kurds and other brotherly nationalities," he asserted.

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