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    Al-Ubaidi: Sadr agreed with Saudi Arabia to prevail over moderation and get rid of sectarian discour

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    Al-Ubaidi: Sadr agreed with Saudi Arabia to prevail over moderation and get rid of sectarian discour Empty Al-Ubaidi: Sadr agreed with Saudi Arabia to prevail over moderation and get rid of sectarian discour

    Post by Rocky Tue 01 Aug 2017, 2:06 am

    Al-Ubaidi: Sadr agreed with Saudi Arabia to prevail over moderation and get rid of sectarian discourse

    BAGHDAD - A spokesman for Sadr's leader Moqtada al-Sadr on Monday expressed "recognition" of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a meeting with al-Sadr in Jeddah that there were "mistakes" in the former Saudi administration, To overcome the language of moderation and get rid of sectarian discourse.
    Salah al-Obeidi said in a televised interview that "the Saudi Crown Prince admitted during his meeting with Sadr that there were errors in the previous Saudi administration," noting that "the two sides stressed the need to avoid them."
    Al-Obeidi said that "the Sadr and Bin Salman agreed to prefer the language of moderation and get rid of the sectarian discourse," noting that "Iranian, Saudi and Turkish interference in Iraqi affairs was negative."
    "Iran is looking for its interests in Iraq," he said, stressing that "we will not give any chance for any party to achieve its interests at the expense of Iraqi interests."
    The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr met in Jeddah on Sunday with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the sidelines of an official visit by al-Sadr to the kingdom at the official invitation from Riyadh. Finished

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