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    To trim the nails of Iran in Iraq .. Formation of a "strong" coalition headed by Abadi, Sadr and Hak

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    To trim the nails of Iran in Iraq .. Formation of a "strong" coalition headed by Abadi, Sadr and Hak Empty To trim the nails of Iran in Iraq .. Formation of a "strong" coalition headed by Abadi, Sadr and Hak

    Post by Rocky Sun 26 Nov 2017, 8:00 am

    To trim the nails of Iran in Iraq .. Formation of a "strong" coalition headed by Abadi, Sadr and Hakim with Gulf support
    26-11-2017 02:45 PM    
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    Revealed leaks that the Gulf agreements and recommendations agree to support an alliance led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi to lead the next phase, while it is clear that this Gulf support to the latter to enter into his opponents with former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. 
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    "It is likely that the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and the leader of the National Wisdom Movement Ammar al-Hakim, will join after," said the report, prepared by the Qatari newspaper Al-Arabiya, confirming that it was 'Gulf agreements held in conjunction with the visit of Iraqi personalities to Riyadh in earlier times' Elections for the coalition led by Abbadi '. 

    "Abadi, in addition to the momentum he has gained from Gulf support, is gaining additional support from the United States and Britain, which has its own nationality," the paper quoted unnamed sources as saying.

    "The current prime minister, who is being pushed by both Washington and Riyadh to trim Iran's fingernails in Iraq, plans to enter the elections with a new party called 'Liberation and Building'," the report said, pointing out that "close to Abadi in the Dawa Party, Party of the Abbadi ', according to the report. 

    "The audience of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has begun to decline with the loss of Iranians and Hezbollah clues in Iraq," he said, stressing 'if Abadi succeeded in preventing the crowd from running in the elections, it is a blow to many politicians who depend on the armed factions. 

    Abadi is considered one of the strongest supporters of holding the elections on time due to the increasing popularity, especially after the close of Iraq to close the crisis and urged to fold the page of the crisis in the Kurdistan region and its success in building close relations with important countries, which explains his insistence on holding elections on time.

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