[size=32]Are they signs of defection? .. The popular crowd disowns the statements of Abu Mahdi al - Mohandes.[/size]
Thursday , 22 August 2019
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Baghdad / Sky Press
The head of the Popular Mobilization Commission in Iraq, Faleh al-Fayyad, said that the statement issued by his deputy, Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, does not represent the views of the Iraqi government or the popular mobilization.
Fayyad said in a statement issued late on Wednesday night on Thursday that the recent bombings on the stores of weapons of the Popular Mobilization was an external measure.
The statement included 5 points:
The preliminary investigations carried out by the expanded special committees formed by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces about the recent explosions in the makeshift stores of the Popular Mobilization Commission indicated that they had been an orchestrated external action, and that the investigations were continuing to accurately identify the responsible authorities in order to take positions. Right. "
The second point:
"Stressing the order issued by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces to fully control the Iraqi airspace and to stop all licenses, as stated in the orders and directives issued on the subject."
The third point:
"Take a series of measures to compensate the human and material losses, and expedite the transfer of hardware stores to secure places and away from populated areas and take all measures to protect them."
The fourth point:
The Presidency of the Popular Mobilization Commission confirms that what was attributed to the Deputy Chairman of the Popular Mobilization Commission (Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes) - regardless of the validity of its issuance - does not represent the official position of the Popular Mobilization, and that the Commander-in-Chief or his delegates is the official position of the Iraqi government and its forces. Armed. "
He pointed out that the fifth point:
It focused on "the continuation of the government, especially its security services and armed forces in all its formations, to follow developments and take the necessary measures to protect the security of Iraq and its people, and to prevent attempts that seek to destabilize and shuffle the cards and stick it in the war of our endeavor and strive to spare Iraq and the region from its dangers."
The deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Commission, Jamal Jaafar Al-Ibrahim, known as "Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes," has accused, on Wednesday, the United States to introduce four Israeli drones to the country to target the depots of weapons of the Popular Mobilization.