- PUBLISHED ON JANUARY 29, 2020
Today, the researcher at the French National Center, Hisham Daoud, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the leader of the Sadrist movement has not lost and will not lose the Iraqi street, pointing out the importance of Sadr understanding and accepting the new pattern of liberation for this generation that rejects certain patterns that do not fit with it.
In an interview broadcast on Radio Monte Carlo on (January 28, 2020), Dawood said that “Al-Sadr has not lost the Iraqi street, nor will it lose it, but the Sadrist movement must think carefully about a set of things, the most prominent of which is the emancipation of the masses, noting that“ the masses of protests They are the masses of the Sadrist movement as well, and thus the current is concerned with the fate of this movement and these masses in the first place.
He added that “these young people are between 15 and 25 years old, and most of them were born after 2003 and were political after 2003, and they were recently freed from the dominance and authority of sacred and charismatic symbols and became more free to address their present and future”, stressing that “the Sadrist movement that shares a lot of The participants with these masses think a lot about these facts, because these young people will only obey what they believe in, and the Sadrist movement must accept this liberation. ”
He pointed out that "imposing a specific formula and pattern on them to move within the political priorities and regional alliances will harm the current," adding that "we no longer hear classic slogans denouncing the parties only, as we have been hearing them since 2003, but there was a severe blame on the Sadrist movement and its leader as well." .
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