He threw shoes at George W. Bush 10 years ago.

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 He threw shoes at George W. Bush 10 years ago.


He threw shoes at George W. Bush 10 years ago, and now he is running for Iraq. [observer network comprehensive report] in 2008, Iraqi journalist Edie (Muntadharal-Zaidi) threw shoes at the then US President George W. Bush. Although a few seconds of action made him one of the most popular, he was arrested and jailed for nearly 1 years. After being dragged out of the meeting, the Arabia hero faded out of peoples vision and had no news. 10 years later, he came back. According to Xinhua news agency, Edie announced that he would attend the Iraqi parliamentary elections on the 12 th of this month. As a parliamentarians, he vowed to put thief politicians in prison. Ask for an American apology According to CNN CNN, in order to win votes, Edie sent George W. Bushs video on his Facebook page. You met me a long time ago, he said in his campaign video. I will support the oppressed people against the oppressors. I have no contradiction with the people of the United States or the United States, Z. Edie told CNN reporters 3 days ago. I just had a holiday with former US President George W Bush. He took over my country and killed our people. Zaidi (left two) is issuing campaign poster from CNN. If I am the prime minister or president of Iraq, the first thing I want to do is to ask the United States to make a formal apology to all Iraqi people, to compensate the victims and to take responsibility for the president, George W Bush. NBC NBC reported that Edies policy proposals include reforming the national judicial system, supporting womens rights and preventing Iran from intervening in the situation in Iraq. Throw shoes in prison and be punished Edie is 39 years old. Nearly 10 years ago, the news conference made him once the idol of many Arabs. On December 14, 2008, George W. Bush visited Baghdad in Baghdad and held a press conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Maliki. Zaidi, who has always been dissatisfied with Americas invasion of Iraq, suddenly swerved from his seat, took off a shoe and threw it to George W. Bush and shouted, this is the farewell kiss from the Iraqis! He threw another shoe at George W. Bush: this is to revenge those widows, orphans and all those killed in Iraq. Video capture In Arabia culture, throwing shoes or showing soles to others means humiliating each other. George W. Bush dodged two shoes. Edie was pressed down by security personnel and dragged out of the assembly hall. In March 2009, the Central Criminal Court of Iraq sentenced Edie to three years imprisonment for assaulting a foreign head of state. In the absence of criminal conviction, the court of appeal changed its sentence to one year in April. After 9 months of serving the sentence, Edie was released in advance. George W. Bush and Maliki Vision China suddenly being thrown shoes incident There is a Al-sadr background After his release, Zai Edie lived overseas, including Lebanon and Switzerland. In 2010, he published his first book, the last greeting to President Bush, and set up a charitable foundation for Iraq. Us BuzzFeed news network revealed that Edies fund was named after it to provide a safe environment for the children who lost their parents in the Iraq war. Local people set up shoes bronze statue for Edie, from CNN. Two months ago, he returned from the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to participate in the election. The election is scheduled for May 12th. It was the first parliamentary election announced by Iraq last December when it defeated the extremist group Islamic state. Nearly 7000 candidates will compete for 329 seats. Edie is not a member of any political party. The alliance was supported by Iraqi Shiite Arabian religious leader Moqtad Sadr. Al-sadr was highly supported by the Shiite people in Iraq. In March 2003, the United States and Britain launched war on the grounds of Iraq hiding weapons of mass destruction. After the outbreak of the war, the faction headed by Al-sadr grew rapidly, and its influence in politics and military affairs should not be underestimated. It played a key role in several times. In December 2011, the United States officially declared its combat mission in Iraq. Today, however, the so-called weapons of mass destruction still have no trace. The Iraq war not only dragged the United States into the quagmire of war, but also made Iraq suffer a lot and millions of people were displaced. Zaidi told NBC reporters that the Iraqi people are tired of politics. I will put all thieves and politicians in jail. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 Al-sadr was highly supported by the Shiite people in Iraq. In March 2003, the United States and Britain launched war on the grounds of Iraq hiding weapons of mass destruction. After the outbreak of the war, the faction headed by Al-sadr grew rapidly, and its influence in politics and military affairs should not be underestimated. It played a key role in several times. In December 2011, the United States officially declared its combat mission in Iraq. Today, however, the so-called weapons of mass destruction still have no trace. The Iraq war not only dragged the United States into the quagmire of war, but also made Iraq suffer a lot and millions of people were displaced. Zaidi told NBC reporters that the Iraqi people are tired of politics. I will put all thieves and politicians in jail.