Sadr ordered the dissolution of the peace brigades and their annexation to the official military


(Independent) .. In the first response to the Diwani order issued by Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, ordered the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, on Monday, the dissolution of the peace Brigades operating under the current trend.

“The Prime Minister’s statement regarding the popular mobilization is important and the first step is correct towards building a strong state that does not shake the wind from here and there,” Sadr said in a tweet published on Twitter. “But I am concerned that it will not be implemented Correct and fair “.

He added that “what is important to me here, too, is that the Peace Brigades, which I ordered to establish earlier, are the first initiative for this and immediately … The brother Abu Yasser must immediately implement this by closing down the headquarters, canceling the name and other orders, and returning all the dear brothers, .

“I do not want them to be removed from the holy places as much as possible,” he said.

Al-Sadr thanked “the Prime Minister for this decision and urged him to move forward on its implementation to preserve the prestige of Iraq and its army and police and security forces.”

“We will continue to be ready if Iraq and its people are in danger, God forbid, as you have entrusted us and entrusted the Mujahideen brothers against occupation and terrorism,” he said.

Sadr’s announcement is the first response to the Diwani order issued by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, which aims to reorganize the popular mobilization factions according to military formulas and to confirm their association with the commander-in-chief of the armed forces and to criminalize any armed faction outside the official military formations.,15700021,15700186,15700190,15700256,15700259,15700262&usg=ALkJrhgXT5YoO_ABk1LFJqvOOfWunSqozw


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