Sadr welcomes the decision of the Iraqi Prime Minister on the closure of the headquarters of the popular crowd


2 hours ago | Books: Agencies

An archival portrait of Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr. Archive photo

The leader of the Iraqi religious movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, hailed the decision by Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to include all the “popular mobilization” groups that were formed to fight the “da’ash” organization of the Iraqi armed forces. He also announced that he would break his ties with the ” Systemic security.

“The Prime Minister’s statement regarding popular mobilization is important and a first step towards building a strong state that is not shaken by the wind here and there, but I am concerned that it has not been properly applied,” Sadr said in a statement on Monday.

Al-Sadr added: “What matters to me here too is that the Saraya Islam, which I ordered to set up earlier, is the first initiative for this and immediately, and Abweiser should immediately implement it by closing the headquarters and canceling the name and other orders.”

He continued Sadr: «Hence announced the disengagement from me a complete seclusion not Schop it, if it was attached to the official security authorities».

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, a decision to include all formations of popular mobilization to the Iraqi armed forces, and the closure of their headquarters, both inside the cities or outside, and cut any link with any political organization.

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