Newspaper close to Hezbollah: Sadr's visit to Beirut tourist and meeting with Nasrallah is not possible
10:03 - 18/09/2017
Information / Baghdad ..
Al-Akhbar newspaper reported that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, visited Beirut as "tourist" on Monday, noting that the chance to meet Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah was "inconceivable".
The newspaper said in a report issued today and seen by (information), "The visit of Mr. Sadr takes a character of family tourism, as he did previously about 6 months ago, and lasted about two weeks," indicating that "Sadr in his frequent visits to Lebanon keen to coordinate "Security" with the party, while the latter works to keep them away from the media, and provide full logistic reserves in order to ensure his own security.
The newspaper added that the relationship between Hezbollah and the Sadrist movement "is still the same as the past, as the parties are keen to maintain a continuous line of communication, but the opportunity to meet with Sadr, Nasrallah, for the time being," is not included, "especially as the transfer of the request of the first meeting The second is not true. "
The newspaper said that "the party is keen to keep lines of communication with various Iraqi forces (both official and political), and keep them open, but the relationship with Sadr remains within the framework of« privacy », preferably away from the media. Ending / 25