Kidnapped Iraqis possibly tortured
"I have to protect my people," Abed Dhiyab al-Ajili told CNN. Asked by CNN if he sincerely planned to go through with his resignation, he noted that in recent weeks Iraq's education establishment has become a target of sectarian attacks, and said the situation must change. "If it will not be resolved, I will resign," he said.
He said he believes Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has ordered a crackdown on those responsible and he is waiting to see what kind of action would result.
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