[size=36]A threat to declare an alliance outside the crowd[/size]
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, failed to hold a meeting scheduled since last Wednesday, leaders of the Popular Mobilization factions.
Sources close to the crowd, described the situation as "convulsive between the leaders of the various factions on the one hand, and the Prime Minister on the other."
"The meeting, which the government is seeking to secure, aims to ease the current tension between the head of the Hashd, Faleh al-Fayyad, on the one hand, and the leaders of the Hashd on the other, and to agree on the return of each party to the other in any step related to the crisis of bombing camps belonging to the factions."
She pointed out that "several Iraqi armed factions linked to the Revolutionary Guards threatened to declare a new alliance outside the framework of the Popular Mobilization within the classification of" Islamic Resistance ", in the event of repeated attacks on its headquarters, and the government did not do its duty in this area, most notably," Hezbollah Brigades "The" Al-Nujaba "," Sayed Al-Shuhada "," Imam Ali "," Saraya Ashura "," Al-Mukhtar Al-Thaqafi "," Al-Toufouf Brigade "and" Al-Khorasani ", and other factions with it, while the situation remains unclear for the position of other factions known to be associated with the Guard. Revolutionary also held positions in the recent parliamentary elections such as the Asaib Movement, the Badr. "
The sources confirmed that "the current differences still exist, and the Popular Mobilization website is managed by the first team represented by Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, Qais al-Khazali, Akram al-Kaabi, Ali Reza, Abu Alaa al-Wala'i and others. Fayyad, who considered that the statement of Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes does not represent the "popular mobilization" nor its official position, and the site also ignored other statements from the Prime Minister on the crisis of the bombing of the camps issued in the past two days.