Al-Sadr attacks Shiite leaders and factions, and invites the US embassy


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2020-09-30 06:49

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Shafaq News / The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, on Wednesday warned of Shiite factions and leaders affiliated with them in light of the increasing armed attacks targeting diplomatic missions in Iraq, calling for the legalization of the foreign presence and the US embassy by following legal and peaceful means.

Al-Sadr said in a tweet that he posted on the social networking platforms “Twitter” today, addressing the “resistance”, that “external forces want to undermine our Iraq, its security, stability and sovereignty, so let us work together to end the occupier’s military presence, as well as legalize his embassy first by parliamentary means.” And international and with all our argument and power. ”

And he added, “If Aboa, let Iraq be the government and the people, and under the gaze of our auditors, the media and without outside interference against the American presence, and let us resist them together alone.”

Al-Sadr continued by saying in his directed tweet, “I hope for many of you that you will not obey some of the factions and leaders that have been swept away from the fire of their disobedience and arrogance against you and our Iraq.”

This comes at a time of increasing attacks targeting diplomatic missions from other countries in Iraq, including the Embassy of the United States of America, by armed groups that Washington accuses of being loyal to Iran .

Al-Kazemi said yesterday in the cabinet session that the increase in these attacks made the diplomatic missions of countries thinking of closing their representations in Iraq .

Since America assassinated the commander of the Iranian Quds Force, General Qassem Soleimani, the deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, “Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis,” and their comrades, with a missile strike via a drone near Baghdad International Airport at the beginning of this year, the Shiite armed groups loyal to Tehran intensified their operations targeting foreign forces in Iraq .

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