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    An Iraqi deputy attacks parliament speaker after comments on Saudi Arabia

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    An Iraqi deputy attacks parliament speaker after comments on Saudi Arabia Empty An Iraqi deputy attacks parliament speaker after comments on Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Mon Dec 18, 2017 5:30 am


    An Iraqi deputy attacks parliament speaker after comments on Saudi Arabia

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    Information / Baghdad ..
    The deputy of the coalition of state law and a member of the parliamentary legal committee, high Nassif, on Monday, Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri on the backdrop of his statements on Saudi Arabia, stressing that the latter had a "bad" role in Iraq, the recognition of the Arabs and the world.
    Nassif said in a statement that "there is no difference on the role played by Saudi Arabia over the past years in Iraq and its financing of terrorism by the testimony of all and not only the Iraqis," a memorandum of "the remarks of former Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim on the prevention of Riyadh to the Gulf States From establishing relations with Baghdad. "
    "He should not forget the blood of Iraqis to satisfy Saudi Arabia and get its support in the elections," Nassif said. "How can he turn a blind eye to what happened to his people?"
    In an interview with the Saudi daily Al-Riyadh, al-Jubouri accused Iran and Turkey of meddling in Iraq's internal affairs, while Saudi Arabia, which said it supported Iraq in its war against the criminal "grouping" organization, Ending / 25

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