The protests in Anbar have grown in intensity in recent weeks, and sympathetic protests have broken out in Baghdad’s Sunni neighborhoods, with politicians calling on Maliki to resign and schedule early elections.
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has ordered the military to close the nation’s only border crossing with Jordan, citing unspecified “security concerns” and insisting there was intelligence information behind the decision.
The closure will have a major impact on business in the Anbar Province, the Sunni-dominated province of Western Iraq that has been the center of anti-regime protests, and many protesters believe the move is intended to “punish” them.
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