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Report Londoner: Sadr raises the red lines for "impudent militias"

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Report Londoner: Sadr raises the red lines for "impudent militias"

Post by rocky on Thu 14 Jun 2018, 2:42 am

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"Al-Sadr raises the red lines from Sadr and Maliki," the London-based al-Hayat newspaper reported in its Thursday edition.
The newspaper pointed to the surprise of political forces in Iraq from the alliance, "Sarun" led by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr with the coalition "open" led by Secretary General of the "Badr" Hadi al-Amiri on Tuesday night on Wednesday.
The newspaper said it appeared to be a retreat from the red lines that Sadr had put on the coalition with the "popular crowd" and the leader of the "rule of law" Nuri al-Maliki.
The newspaper said that the alliance "Saroon - conquest" came as a surprise to many. Sadr, in various ways, has already drawn red lines on the alliance with al-Maliki and the armed factions, which he called "shameless militias," in reference to "popular mobilization." Prior to the elections, he expressed his sorrow for the alliance of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with the "conquest", a coalition lasted only one day, and accused Abadi at the time to walk in the "sectarian confinement." Sadr has repeatedly said he seeks to be the largest bloc "cross-sectarian", which is rejected by Iran.



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