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    Qatar pays the year of Iraq to join the allies of Iran Amiri and Maliki .. That's why

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    Qatar pays the year of Iraq to join the allies of Iran Amiri and Maliki .. That's why Empty Qatar pays the year of Iraq to join the allies of Iran Amiri and Maliki .. That's why

    Post by Rocky Tue 04 Sep 2018, 6:16 am

    Qatar pays the year of Iraq to join the allies of Iran Amiri and Maliki .. That's why
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    [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Qatar pays the year of Iraq to join the allies of Iran Amiri and Maliki .. That's why
    Baghdad / Follow-up Sky Press

    Qatar is exerting heavy pressure on Sunni blocs in Iraq to join the construction alliance close to Iran, headed by Nuri al-Maliki and Hadi al-Amiri. 
    A Sunni political source, who preferred not to be named, said that Sunni alliances faced pressures and blackmail from Doha to join Maliki's and al-Amiri's alliance to sway their clout against the "larger bloc" that formed the anti-sectarian coalition led by Moqtada al-Sadr and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi And Ammar al-Hakim and Iyad Allawi, according to the site of Emirates News. 
    The source said Doha's efforts prompted MPs affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood to join Maliki's alliance known for its sectarian practices that have brought Iraq to the brink of collapse.
    The source pointed to the Kurdistan Islamic Party, the Brotherhood's arm within the Kurds and leader of the former parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the only Sunni politician who visited Doha recently, although he lost his parliamentary seat, but remains influential in the deputies of his party, the Islamic Party representative of the Muslim Brotherhood in Iraq. 
    The source pointed out that those who have already joined the Iranian axis are not in favor of the interest of the Sunni component, which is not served by the sectarian approach adopted by Maliki and Ameri. 
    According to the source, Rashid al-Azzawi, the most prominent members of the Islamic Party took the decision to join the axis of al-Maliki - the conquest, in the last hours, as was scheduled to remain the party's sixth party within the ranks of the "reform and construction" led by Moqtada al-Sadr and Abadi and Hakim.
    The Secretary-General of the Iraqi Islamic Party Iyad Samarrai previously stressed the importance of supporting the axis of Abadi-Sadr and not to abandon the alliance of victory, before things changed quickly arrangements behind the scenes to join the coalition, "construction" led by al-Maliki.





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