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    Will Abdul Mahdi succeed in avoiding American anger?

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    Will Abdul Mahdi succeed in avoiding American anger? Empty Will Abdul Mahdi succeed in avoiding American anger?

    Post by Rocky Tue 24 Sep 2019, 4:17 am

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    Will Abdul Mahdi succeed in avoiding American anger?


    Kalkamsh Press / Baghdad
    Iraqi government sources revealed to a Gulf newspaper that Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, is pressing the leaders of the Popular Mobilization, to avoid escalation with the United States at this time, which is witnessing a review involving international parties to determine who was involved in the attack on Saudi oil facilities last week.
    Officials in Baghdad said that "Abdul-Mahdi, leading arrangements help Iraq to cross the storm of regional and international anger after targeting Saudi facilities, including the exclusion of hardline leaders in the Popular Mobilization."
    The sources pointed out that the Iraqi government is seeking to respond to pressure and demands from internal parties, including Kurdish and Sunni political leaders, including Saudi Arabia, and international, including the United States, to control the statements of the leaders of the Popular Mobilization close to Iran, as well as their movements.
    "The decision to restructure the Hashd came at a time that Iraq needs in light of the problems and intersections within the body," said Wathiq al-Hashemi, head of the Iraqi Group for Strategic Studies (in particular).
    Hashemi added that "the decision in general is a message of reassurance abroad that this institution works within the Iraqi state, and will not work outside, and will not go outside the border without the knowledge of the state."
    "For the Iraqi interior, those who are concerned and believe that the crowd is a threat to it is also a message of reassurance," he said.
    Sources close to the popular crowd that Abdul-Mahdi briefed Iranian parties concerned with the Iraqi file on his plans on the new structure, which is aimed primarily at avoiding the risk of Iraqi parties to the risk of punitive action against the backdrop of attacks on Saudi oil facilities.
    However, some observers considered the decision to restructure the crowd an Iranian demand at this particular time to become an integral part of the Iraqi state can not be separated between them, like the Revolutionary Guards in Iran.
    They attributed this to the fact that the crowd now exceeded the individual qualities of Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes and his like after the end of their role, and are now working to make it an institution that reflects Iraqi personalities name, without hiding their loyalty to Iran.
    Abdul Mahdi's arrangements appear to have paid off quickly, as observers credited her with an official announcement from the Popular Mobilization Commission denying that any of its headquarters in the country had been hit by air strikes on Sunday, after reports that two military sites inside Iraq were targeted by missiles or unidentified drones. .
    In recent weeks, PMU leaders have been investing any news of strikes on their military headquarters to attack the United States, which they accuse of helping Israel carry out attacks inside Iraq.
    Observers in the denial of the crowd read a tendency towards calm, after weeks of escalation against the United States came through fiery statements issued by the engineer against the US military presence in Iraq.


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