Nujaifi called on the parliament’s Security and Defense Committee to investigate the recent US attacks in Kirkuk and al-Amarah.
He further pointed out that the raids are in violation of Washington’s security agreement with Baghdad.
According to Iraqi lawmaker Amr Al-Juburi, the US forces, in collaboration with a local emergency regiment, were deployed in a village in the northern governorate of Salah ad Din.
The forces killed a youth and arrested his brother, he went on to say.
Since the US-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003, more than 1,300,000 people have been killed in Iraq, 4.7 million displaced, 5 million children orphaned — nearly half of the country’s children — and the health status has deteriorated to a level not seen since the 1950s.
A security accord between Baghdad and Washington requires that all American troops leave Iraq by 2012.