Growing evidence of impunity over Iraq’s disappeared Sunnis

“This is not the first time in the government’s fight against ISIS that hundreds of men have disappeared,” Wilcke said. Dozens of men from Amerli, Al-Dour, Jurf Al-Sakhr, Ramadi and Tuz Khormatu have been reported missing in previous years, he added. No one today knows what happened to these men, after their “liberated” towns were seized by PMU militias. Now that Fallujah is back in the clutches of government forces, the war, as Sheikh Al-Jaleel warned “is far from over”.

Source: Growing evidence of impunity over Iraq’s disappeared Sunnis

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