[size=36]Saeroon: Anyone who thinks of normalization will be cut to pieces[/size]
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, a deputy from the Sairoon Alliance, Badr Al-Ziyadi, considered that as long as the Shiites exist, there is no place for normalization, noting that "anyone who thinks of normalization, the Iraqi people will cut him to pieces."
Al-Ziyadi said in a television interview, "The Kurdistan region made it clear that the conference is for civil society organizations, but they came out with different speeches from what they agreed upon, and the Kurdistan Regional Government's Ministry of Interior stated that it will conduct an investigation on this issue."
He considered these conferences "empty and do not affect public opinion, and the Iraqi position is with the slogan of no normalization with Israel," noting that "anyone who thinks of normalization, the Iraqi people will cut him to pieces."
Al-Zayadi ruled out the possibility of a "national figure" thinking of normalization, noting that "Israel is an occupying state of a Palestinian Arab country, and this is the position of all honorable Iraqis."
Al-Ziyadi stressed that "there is Arab pressure from those who have restored and normalized their relations with Israel, but the Iraqi position is clear and there is no normalization with Israel."
In response to the possibility that there will be Arab or Western pressure on some political blocs and push them to normalize in order to win the elections, Al-Ziyadi clarified that “the percentage of fraud in the elections will be very small, because they are electoral districts, and they will be international and local oversight, so the loser in the elections He gives promises of normalization, as well as his call for the restoration of relations in order to obtain a number of seats in the next parliament," adding that "large and powerful blocs are not affected by pressure."
Al-Ziyadi noted that "there are parties funded and paid for by certain parties to promote normalization and they have interests, and the Shiite sense is known to be against normalization, and not every group in it is free of traitors and tails who go after money," adding that "the Shiite leaders in Najaf are impossible to Think of normalization, not now or after a thousand years."