After canceling the Lamjarred concert, the company's first clarification, “they threatened to burn the city”

After canceling the Lamjarred concert, the company's first clarification, “they threatened to burn the city”

After the cancellation of the concert , which was scheduled last Thursday on the ninth of June, for the Moroccan star Saad Lamjarred In “Sinbad Land” in the Iraqi capital, as a result of a number of protesters storming the site, the organizing company issued its first comment. And the management of “Sinbad Land” revealed that it canceled the ceremony after the intruders threatened to burn the city and shed the blood of those in it. It had previously canceled the ceremony itself because it coincided with religious occasions, but the organizers of the attack did not care about that.

Rather, she confirmed that the attackers turned the place into a arena of war, riots and extortion , and detained many attendees and their families with their children and terrified them for 5 hours. , then they deliberately vandalized public and private property.

It had no choice but to cancel the party, despite the losses incurred by the company, in order to preserve the safety of all and prevent the shedding of any Iraqi blood

In addition, she stressed that she is always keen to take into account all cultural considerations and Religious and historical for the Iraqi people, and always committed to morals.

The first of the delicious star (It is noteworthy that this canceled concert would have been considered the first for the famous star in Iraq, on the land of the city of Sinbad Land, east of the capital. Thursday in front of the tourist city, and they raised banners opposing the establishment of evening parties and parties. While some of them tried to storm the party site, the riot forces managed to repel them, amid a state of rioting.

This incident came, while the pressure of some armed factions and their affiliated extremist groups was increasing. Frequently, in order to cancel artistic and singing concerts, claiming that they coincide with religious ceremonies, or violate the prevailing norms in Iraqi society or even religious teachings, according to their claim.