[size=36]Deputy Basairon talks about three letters that Sadr sent through his last tweet[/size]
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, a deputy from the Saeron Alliance, spoke on Saturday of three messages sent by its leader Muqtada Al-Sadr through his recent tweet.
The deputy of the coalition, Ghayb Al-Amiri, said, "There are three messages that Sadr sent through his recent tweet, the most prominent of which includes thanks and praise to every Iraqi who rejects the presence of foreign forces on Iraqi soil, and at the head of the American forces," noting that "Sadr boasted the emergence of loyal Iraqis They condemn the presence of the occupier and those who demand his exit. "
He added, "The second message that was included in Al-Sadr's tweet is his admonition on some of the protesters of Tahrir Square and other squares in the provinces, for those who questioned the demonstration and the call by Al-Sadr for the millionth demonstration," noting that "everyone knows that Al-Sadr is an Iraqi and his decision is Iraqi, so this suspicion is not in his place."
Al-Amiri called on the demonstrators to "take into account the Iraqi public interest," noting that "the demonstration today was related to Iraqi sovereignty, and we do not know the reason for the protesters' dissatisfaction and to challenge the demonstrations and the decision of Sadr."
He explained that "the third message that the tweet carried was very strong for politicians and called on them to expedite the formation of an independent government during the coming period, otherwise he will announce his innocence from every politician."
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, had published yesterday a tweet in which he expressed his regret and admonishment to the protesters, in which he said: “I express my regret and repentance to those who questioned me from the demonstrators (Tahrir Square) and the rest of the provinces, whom I supported after God and I thought they were support for me and Iraq ..And who is more important than the owners of the pen, the reward ... and to complain about them to the Lord of forgiveness for me and for them. ”Ended 29 / A 43