Protesters hold signs as they chant slogans against the Iraqi government decision to block certain internet sites and impose control over the publication of books at Al-Mutanabi Street

 
Protesters hold signs as they chant slogans against the Iraqi government decision to block certain internet sites and impose control over the publication of books at Al-Mutanabi Street
REFILE - ADDING ADDITIONAL CAPTION INFORMATION Protesters hold signs as they chant slogans against the Iraqi government decision to block certain internet sites and impose control over the publication of books at Al-Mutanabi Street in Baghdad August 14, 2009. Iraqis including journalists, writers and booksellers demonstrated in central Baghdad on Friday against what they say is state censorship. Iraq says a website ban would only affect those sites deemed pornographic, or that incite violence or encourage crimes such as bomb making, prostitution and "terrorism". REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ CONFLICT POLITICS)