Protestors set fire to offices of political parties Friday in the southern Iraqi province of Dhi Qar to protest the killing of a demonstrator a day earlier.

Offices of former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s Dawa Party and the Badr Organization, headed by former Transportation Minister Hadi Al-Amiri, were among those set ablaze, according to a security officer who did not want to be named due to security concerns.

The officer did not provide further detail of the conditions of the buildings.

Mohammed al-Isami was shot dead Thursday by unidentified attackers. Attempts to kill two other protestors

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