Saturday, 29 May 2010

General Federation of Iraqi Workers condemns attack om textile workers in Hilla

General Federation of Iraqi Workers strongly condemns
barbaric attack on textile workers in Hilla 

 The Executive Bureau of the General Federation of Iraqi Workers has strongly condemned the barbaric terrorist attacks in Baghdad and other towns on Monday 10th May 2010, that killed at least 110 innocent civilians and wounded more than 500, including tens of textile workers in the city of Hilla, capital of Babil province. It called for urgent security measures to provide protection for citizens and workers.
Babil’s provincial committee of the Iraqi Communist Party had issued a statement on 10th May 2010, strongly condemning the terrorist bombings in several areas of the province, particularly the attack that targeted textile workers in Hilla. It held the criminals of al-Qaeda and remnants of Saddam’s Baath party responsible for the cowardly attacks. 
The workers of the textile factory in Hilla, including many women workers, were targeted of three bombings as they were leaving the factory, killing at least 40 people and injuring many more.

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