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Al-Fath attacks Abadi and puts his remarks on the crowd in the "American framework

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Al-Fath attacks Abadi and puts his remarks on the crowd in the "American framework Empty Al-Fath attacks Abadi and puts his remarks on the crowd in the "American framework

Post by rocky on Sun 21 Jul 2019, 3:24 am

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Al-Fateh member Kazem Abdul Hussein on Sunday rejected former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's comments against the popular crowd, saying it was "unacceptable," pointing out that the United States was trying to discredit the crowd through tools inside Iraq. Abdul Hussein said in a press statement that "the popular crowd proved his national presence in the victories and the American plan and all the internal conspiracies and therefore is targeted," pointing out that "the statements of Abadi do not pour into the national box, but in the vision is not real." "The United States has its tools within the political landscape and is trying to use these tools among other countries to distort the popular crowd," he said. "There is an American attempt to exert influence on the Iraqi government, although the references are the basis for the popular mobilization as well as the Islamic Resistance factions," Abdul Hussein said. He concluded by saying "
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