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    Maliki's coalition policy : Saudi Arabia is preparing a team to govern Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Tue 17 Apr 2018, 3:04 am

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    The leader of the coalition of the rule of law, Yassin Majid, said that the US-Saudi axis and its members want the upcoming Iraqi parliamentary elections to secure a new regime that inherits the organization of "da'ash", considering that the upcoming elections are more dangerous than the elections that took place after the fall of the regime Saddam Hussein. 
    "Saudi Arabia has never been in a good relationship with Iraq," Majid told the media of the fields, followed by Shafak News, recalling that the opening of Saudi Arabia began with the arrival of Saddam Hussein to power. 
    Majid said that "Saudi Arabia with Wahhabism or without it is in the service of the American project, and it removed the cloak of Wahhabism in order to penetrate the Shiites in the region." 
    The leader of the coalition of the rule of law that if the Saudi did not succeed in bringing his team to power in Iraq, it will go to encourage chaos, accusing the United States that it wants Iraq to be a problem for neighbors Iran and Syria.
    Majid stressed that the electoral battle in Iraq has a large regional dimension, adding that "Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman inherits the aggression of Saddam Hussein fully and reinstates his experience in governance."




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