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    Aseel's "Ahl al-Haq" policy responds to an American report: "We do not conceal Iranian support

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    Aseel's "Ahl al-Haq" policy responds to an American report: "We do not conceal Iranian support Empty Aseel's "Ahl al-Haq" policy responds to an American report: "We do not conceal Iranian support

    Post by Rocky Sat 01 Sep 2018, 1:43 am

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    "Asaib Ahl al-Haq" published a recent report on the investigation conducted by the Americans with its leader Qais al-Khazali a decade ago (in 2007) in which he spoke in detail about his relationship with the Iranians, that "it is not worth."
    Naim al-Aboudi, spokesman for Asaib Ahl al-Haq and a member of the new Iraqi parliament, told the Middle East that "what is mentioned in the American report is less than what can be said to be of no value." "We do not hide some of these reports. We declare it clearly whether in our support by the Islamic Republic or our resistance to American forces or our confrontation with the argument in Iraq or to defend the sanctities ».
    Al-Aboudi linked the report to the American project in Iraq, "especially with regard to the stance of the Al-Obeid in the Al-Fatah alliance and our continued rejection of the American intervention, and our messages were open and clear."
    Al-Aboudi said that "Al-Obeid and Al-Fatah are rejecting the American project and the American intervention. We will reject any foreign project or plan imposed on Iraq, but at the same time we do not interfere in the diplomatic choices of the Iraqi government, which is its duty. Sending an American envoy began threatening and opens files and others to impose their options on the formation of the largest bloc ».
    The Wall Street Journal, which published the report, explained that the minutes of the investigation with al-Khazali were declassified months ago in an effort to understand the history of the war in Iraq, noting that the records are in Washington, where officials are considering the administration of President Trump and legislators the possibility of classification Khazali and militias K A terrorist entity. "The organization won 15 of the 329 seats in the Iraqi parliament in the May elections.
    The newspaper said that Khazali in the minutes of the investigation discussed in detail about the training and arming that the Iranians are offering to Iraqi groups to attack American soldiers in order to pressure the West to withdraw from Iraq, which was in 2011.
    According to a report dated June 18, 2007, Khazali told interrogators that training was provided by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in three bases near Tehran, including the Imam Khomeini base, which Khazali said he had visited.
    He explained that the Lebanese Hezbollah was involved in the training provided by the Iranians, but while the trainers of the Lebanese party «experts in guerrilla and urban warfare» were the Iranians experts in the methods of «large-scale war».
    He pointed out that the Iranians did not specify the targets to be hit, but they urged Iraqis to attack the British in Basra and Americans elsewhere to "force them to withdraw."
    Khazali gave a light in the investigation into the explosives the Iranians were offering Iraqis to detonate Western forces, including improvised explosive devices, which proved effective and killed or wounded hundreds of American soldiers.
    US officials say the main reason they arrested Khazali was his involvement in an attempt to kidnap US soldiers in Kerbala, the incident that ended with the deaths of five US soldiers.
    The attempt to kidnap Americans to swap Muqtada al-Sadr prisoners was meant to be held by the US-led coalition, and Iran was behind the plan, Khazali told investigators.
    In his intensive interrogation, Khazali discussed in detail his trip to Iran as a delegate of Moqtada al-Sadr, referring to his meeting with senior Iranian officials, including Qasim Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force in the Revolutionary Guards. And in the minutes of his interrogation on 6 January 2008. Khazali told interrogators that he later disagreed with al-Sadr and accused him of being "without principles" and "working solely for his personal good."



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