Al-Aqili: America continues to target national symbols amid political weakness to deter them
09:47 - 08/12/2019
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Political analyst Sabah Al-Okaili said Sunday that the American side continues to target national symbols in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, taking advantage of the political weakness to deter it from practicing these actions, pointing out that America is leading a plan in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
to create chaos through infiltrated elements directed to this purpose.
Al-Okaili said in a statement to "Al-Maalouma", that "the drone that targeted Al-Hanana, whether it is American or Israeli, has come from the Western Sahara, and there is information about its coming from Ain Al-Assad base to target Al-Hanana".
He added that "the positions of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
against the occupation and his support for the clans and security forces against the saboteurs, especially the American Joker, prompted Washington to target tenderness, in addition to information that one of the deputies revealed that the bombing is not the first of its kind, but that was not revealed previously."
He explained that "some embassies, especially the American ones, are seeking to stoke the situation in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
and create chaos, which requires a clear position from the political class to restore conditions to what they were, especially as the information indicates the presence of operating rooms inside the Turkish restaurant to create chaos."
Al-Ugaili pointed out that "there is a political weakness in decision-making against the American side, especially since Parliament has not succeeded in collecting signatures to discuss the presence [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
setting time limits to remove those forces, as there is no will of the political forces to remove the Americans." Ended / 25 n