[size=32]Leader of the reform "retire" .. Has Sadr lost "control" to his followers ?![/size]
Wednesday 15 May 2019 at 14:00 pm (Views 2279)
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Baghdad / Sky Press
Sadr criticized the use of some of his followers, the title of "Al Sadr" for what he said "your worldly ambitions, either you choose your money you are expelled, but choose us Al Sadr, welcome and easy."
The campaign was attended by senior leaders of the current movement such as Qusay al-Issawi, Ali Hadi, Abu Jamil, Awad al-Awadi and Imad Abu Mariam, who demanded that Sadr leave the government's business in the name of the current or without his name during the middle of Ramadan. To specialists in the administrative work in the current, "threatening to deal with them with unprecedented intensity.
Yesterday, the social networking pages circulated a statement attributed to the former jihadist aide known as Kazem al-Issawi, who attacks al-Sadr strongly and threatens to split.
Al-Issawi has been suspended for months because of previous disagreements with Sadr over the freezing of Sadr's peace services in Basra.
Al-Issawi said in a statement attributed to him addressed to the chest, "My speech to him and he knows it .. I say to him, fear God first in this holy month in the injection of Muslim blood and in their symptoms and their money, you have fed them previously and made them leaders to keep their history because you are sick and not they "He said.
After the statement attributed to al-Issawi published a page of Saleh Muhammad al-Iraqi on "Facebook" a new publication, which said "to reach things to blood, this is unacceptable and beware Almndsin Almrgfin."
"I chose my brother Kazem al-Issawi between me and his business, and the deadline of three days from the date of this publication," the publication quoted Sadr as saying.
Then the same page was published, a leaflet indicating Sadr's retirement, and his followers leaving.
Iraqi observers saw that what is happening in the current is the beginning of a new split for a group that believes that it was wronged by Muqtada al-Sadr, because of the restrictions on her business, personal life, attitudes and opinions, so she may prefer to split and work alone.
Over the past years, a number of armed groups that later became independent militias, such as Asaib Ahl al-Haq, led by Qais al-Khazali, and Abu al-Fadl al-Abbas Brigade, led by Aws al-Khafaji, have also defected from the Sadrist movement.
Yesterday evening, dozens of followers of the Sadrist movement demonstrated in front of Sadr's house in Al-Hananah district in the city of Najaf.
A number of followers of Sadr came out with a shrug to defeat the corrupt and support Sadr in front of Mr. Sadr's house in Hananah, according to a statement issued by the demonstrators.