The political scene Thursday, August 31, 2017
A Lebanese newspaper close to Hezbollah attacked Thursday the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, accusing his "electronic armies" of being behind the recent attack against the party on the Kalamoun agreement and the transfer of elements of the " For demonstrations against the "Lebanese resistance" in Baghdad.
The newspaper "News" in a report, "The electronic armies of the Sadrist movement ordered the attack on Hezbollah and the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the Sadrists to adopt a harsh speech," noting that "some of the" elites "Iraqi political find in what Was an occasion to approach Saudi Arabia under the pretext of improving Iraq's economy. "
The newspaper pointed out that "the Saudi embassy in Baghdad has encouraged in recent days to the issuance of positions hostile to Hezbollah and Secretary General," indicating that "sources did not exclude that the Iraqi capital to witness demonstrations against the Lebanese resistance."
The militants and their families were moved to a point of exchange in eastern Syria and then to territories controlled by the organization under a ceasefire agreement.