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QUOTE: Baghdad Karrada attacks: Ali was killed because the Wi-Fi was too slow

By Farid Farid,  July 9, 2016

SYDNEY MORNING HERALD:   Zaid al-Ali, a Princeton University academic who authored a book on Iraq and its collapsing state institutions, told Fairfax Media he was pessimistic about any security improvements given the Abadi administration’s lack of accountability.   “There has been no accountability of politicians who have been implicated in murder or theft. The only way to hold them accountable these days is to pelt them with stones,” Ali said. “The Islamic State is collapsing but the Iraqi state has a lot of work to do. “Unless something changes, we will get al-Qaeda 3.0”.

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