An Iraqi young man has insisted on holding his wedding in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad, the center of demonstrations in the country since October 25.

He explained that during the past weeks he continued his presence in Tahrir Square to participate in anti-government demonstrations, and that even on the day of his wedding I like to hold the wedding among his colleagues in the square out of gratitude and appreciation for their national duty.

As for the invitees to celebrate, the groom explained that there are no restrictions on the number of guests, considering that all those in Tahrir Square are invited to celebrate.

"He is taking part in the demonstrations to demand regime change and the constitution to reach an Iraq we wish," said the groom in his wedding car, sitting next to his bride.