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Alewi: Qatar, Saudi Arabia set big project to topple Iraqi political process

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Post by chouchou Wed 02 Oct 2013, 8:07 am

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Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) MP, Karim Alewi, of the Iraqi national Alliance stated that there is a big project by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Qatar to undermine the political process in Iraq.

Speaking to Iraqi News (IraqiNews.com), he called “The government to protect the Shiite areas that are being continuously targeted due to being close to the Sunni areas where the protection can be either by forming security forces from these areas or by the security ministries to avoid the sectarian sedition.”

“Al Qaeda wants to involve Iraq in the sectarian war by being in touch with KSA and Qatar,” he added.

“There is a big project by the KSA and Qatar to topple the political process in Iraq where the political blocs have to accept the initiative to save the citizens,” he concluded.

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