Sadr for the owners: If you live in glass houses do not aimed at people with stones


 

By Ziad alHaidari 44 minutes ago

مقتدى الصدر ونوري المالكي
Muqtada al-Sadr and Nouri al-Maliki

Roudao – Erbil

He called the cleric Moqtada alSadr, on Tuesday, the headof a coalition of law Nuri alMaliki not to agent charges to others haphazardly.

He said al-Sadr’s office in response to a question for one am following seen by Roudao media network which stated “After that attempts to corrupt and criminals and thieves of public money to thwart the demonstrations failed to chirp former Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki as follows: (decline in the number of respondents protesters to call the rib and civil currents in these circumstances awareness guide and keen public on homeland security and the interests of citizens), “noting that” this is where many wearing and stabbed the Iraqis honorable advocates of reform (…) what is your response to this speech. “

Replied the chest, saying, “He also claims to sit in parliament for reform … and there is a decline in their position is also not Akellen charges on others and is the first out.”

He said al-Sadr “As the saying goes: Elly home from Jam people do not throw a stone (the charges).”

It is said that al-Maliki chirp on the official page on Twitter Twitter last Friday, stating “Setting respondents protesters to call the rib and civil currents decline in these circumstances the awareness guide and keen public on homeland security and citizens’ interests.”

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