Report: Iraq demonstrations planned revenge sponsored by the United States and the United Arab Emirates and funded by Saudi Arabia
09:16 - 26/10/2019
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A retaliatory scheme sponsored by the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, funded by Saudi Arabia, stands against the protests in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , noting that the scheme began since the appointment of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] head the government.
According to the Lebanese newspaper "Al-Akhbar" in its report and saw it (information), that "since the assignment of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] form the Iraqi government, and then get the coalition« conquest - Siron »the lion's share, began to work to prepare the ground for the overthrow. Work in the media has taken the form of seeking to portray that government as the most failing even before it starts its work and to hold it responsible for all the country's crises of corruption, privatization and poor living services. ”
She added, “On the ground, it also started early to work on the overthrow of Abdul Mahdi under the supervision of the United States.” Fatah »Mohammed Dahlan, the latter's office manager Jaafar Dahlan.
`` The financial cost, which amounted to about $ 150 million, was borne by Saudi Arabia, while implementation was attributed to civil society organizations funded by the US Embassy, which was funded in 2019 only $ 701 million. In order to ensure the outcome of the move, the Americans entrusted the task of field follow-up to two operating rooms: the first from within the US embassy where the CIA agent known as «agent N» rank of ambassador on direct supervision, and the second in the «Kurdistan region», specifically in Sulaymaniyah ”.
"This is reinforced by the fact that the Saudi minister of state for Arabian Gulf affairs, former Saudi ambassador to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Thamer al-Sabhan, has been keen to suggest to his Iraqi guests last summer that October will not be the same as before, and that a great event will hit The political process in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , in parallel with the talk of a number of youth organizations throughout the same period that an earthquake will hit the regime in the country, and that work is underway. ”
"Before the protests broke out, more than 301 telegrams were sent to the prime minister's office warning that violence and riots could lead to chaos in the country," a senior Iraqi official was quoted as saying. Done / 25