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Saudi newspaper attacking Sadr: his demand to close the US embassy in support of Khamenei

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Post by rocky on Mon 29 Apr 2019, 1:47 am


Saudi newspaper attacking Sadr: his demand to close the US embassy in support of Khamenei

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Information / Baghdad ..
The newspaper "Today" Saudi Arabia on Monday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr after his recent statement, considering his call to close the US embassy in Baghdad in support of the leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ali Khamenei after an offensive publication of the embassy.
"Sadr said in a statement two days ago that he was openly biased towards Khamenei and demanded the closure of the US embassy after revealing a fortune on its Facebook page about his wealth estimated at 200 billion dollars," the newspaper said in a report.
The newspaper added that "the Sadrists do not represent Iraq and its government and its people not from near or far."
"The statements he made are only the same, and the relations between Bahrain and Iraq are greater than these statements," the paper quoted Bahraini MP Mohammad Bouhmoud as saying. "It is up to Muqtada al-Sadr to look at the Iraqi interior instead of making statements about Bahrain." Ending / 25


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