The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr on Monday warned of the consequences of a US-Iranian war on Iraq.
"I'm not fanning the war between America and Iran, and I'm not putting Iraq in this war and making it a battlefield for the Iranian-American conflict," he said in a tweet on Twitter.
"We need a serious stand with the senior people to keep Iraq out of this vicious war that will eat the green and the land and make it a pillar," he said. "We need to raise the voice of the Iraqi people condemning the war and Iraq's involvement in the war."
Sadr warned: "If Iraq does not stand a one-sided and serious, then that war will be the end of Iraq if it is run, and I was sorry to warn."
He said: "This does not fuel a war that you will be burning. Both sides are not qualified to enter the war and do not want it. Neither Iraq nor its people bear another war. We need peace and reconstruction."
The leader of the Sadrist movement that "any party that infuses Iraq by war and makes it a battlefield for the enemy will be an enemy of the Iraqi people."
Sadr's warning comes after a Katyusha rocket hit the center of the Green Zone without causing any casualties on Sunday. According to the Center for Security Information.
A security source told Shafak News that the rocket landed near the US embassy, which sounded the alarm immediately after the explosion.