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    Khazali's policy criticizes the F16 deal and explains Sistani's position

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    Post by rocky Mon 19 Mar 2018, 3:30 am

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    Shafaq News / The leader of Asaib Ahl al-Haq Qais al-Khazali, on Sunday, criticized the government's purchase of F16 planes.
    "The security threat does not require tanks, planes and others, but it needs security," Khazali told Iranian media.
    He added that "the security treatment as mentioned by the religious authority, is by strengthening intelligence security vulnerability and benefit from popular mobilization, and not to take advantage of F16 aircraft."
    "We reject the presence of any foreign forces on Iraqi soil, and this can not be accepted by any Iraqi. From the legal point of view, the Iraqi parliament and the Iraqi state, the US forces did not give legal immunity after their closure in 2011. This issue is still ongoing in Iraq," Khazali said. "He said.
    "We are looking with suspicion and suspicion that the United States, which did not have a real position to prevent the entry and expansion of Da'ash and not help Iraq within four months, "It is looking for other projects after the paper failed to achieve what you want."
    "We have had the experience and honor to address the American military forces under the title of occupying forces," he said. "The US military presence is unjustified in a post- If they want to impose their presence again, let them know that these fighters and resisters are still there and can defend their sovereignty, but we hope that things will not reach this point, but if we arrive, we are present. "
    Many Iraqi Shiite factions have recently rejected the presence of US troops, but Washington has responded that its presence came at the request of the Iraqi government.



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