New statement from Anṣār al-Islām: "Regarding the Recent Demonstrations in Iraq"

NOTE: A month ago Anṣār al-Islām also released a statement regarding demonstrations in Iraq titled “Position of the Group on the Rallies that Appeared Upon the Iraqi Scene in Recent Times.” The below statement is in Kurdish.
Anṣār al-Islām is a Kurdish Islamist group based near the Iranian border in villages, such as Biyara and Tawela, northeast of Halabja. Anṣār al-Islām was established in September 2001 when there was a merger between Jund al-Islām led by Abū ’Abdallah al-Shāfi’ī, and a splinter group from the Islamic Movement of Kurdistan led by Mullā Krekār. On May 4, 2010, al-Shāfi’ī the leader of Anṣār al-Islām after Krekār left for Norway in 2003, was captured by the US Coalition forces.

Anṣār al-Islām — “Regarding the Recent Demonstrations in Iraq”
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