The signing was entirely for propaganda purposes, as US Ambassador Ryan Crocker had already initialed the documents on Washington's behalf last month. In Iraq itself, thousands took to the streets of Basra City, many of them waving shoes and carrying signs demanding al-Zaidi's release. It continued, "Any action taken against Muntathar will remind us of the actions and behaviors taken by the reign of the dictator and the violence, the random arrests, the mass graves and confiscations of freedom from the people. And in Jordan, businessman Samer Tabalat, 42, hailed the reporter as "the man Yet, the whereabouts and conditions of al-Zaidi remain unknown. See " Security agreements mean Iraq occupation will continue to and beyond ". He also was at one point detained without cause by US occupation forces. In uncontainable fury, he threw first one of his shoes and then the other at the head of President George W. In response, Maliki issued his own written statement claiming that Dabbagh was expressing "his personal point of view and that it does not represent the opinion of the Iraqi government.
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