ARBIL / Aswat al-Iraq: Anti-Kurdistan Arabization Commission announced today that the formation of Dijla Military Command as "provocative step and another form of Arabization police", calling to prevent more conflicts in the country.
In a statement, the commission reminded of previous sufferings of the Kurdish people when the ex-Iraqi army devastated cities and villages and killing thousands of the Kurdish people.
It added that "the Kurdish people do not trust the Iraqi army, because it was built after 2003 by some components without having equilibrium among the minorities and basic components of the Iraqi people".
"The Iraqi army failed to protect Iraqi borders and security, as well as the return of Baathist officers to it is ranks, which matter is unacceptable", the statement added.
It rejected the return of "dictatorship", calling Kurdish leaders to closely observe the political situation in Iraq.
The commission announced last month the return of it is duties, after a stoppage of 8 years, attributing this return to the increase of Arabization attempts in the region and the disputed areas.
The commission was established in 1998, but stopped functioning after the downfall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003.