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Al-Asadi said in a statement, received by Earth News, that "on the forty-second anniversary of the martyrdom of the imam of the revolution and its bomber, the martyr Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and his sister, the Alawite, the pure girl al-Huda, we recall a great history with Imam al-Sadr and recall his ideas that find resonance in our souls as they talk about Islam that leads The life and message of the Islamic movement that talks about society, the state, the economy, the relationship with the world, and the project of change that connects the past with the present and etches the future on the walls of bad time.
And he added, "Al-Sadr was the torch of the revolution and the goal of calling to God and the brave heart that did not fear the blame of a blamer or the influence of a ruler for the sake of God. The revolution of the Iraqis was the revolution of the brave heart of Imam Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr. The day the bullets of the reckless tyrant’s men settled in the head of the martyred Imam.”
Al-Asadi continued, "The ninth of April is a day immortal in the life of the Islamic movement and the advocates of its immortal and leading kinetic message, before it is a historical day in which the righteous of this nation celebrate the fall of the regime and the end of the eras of tyranny, dictatorship, oppression and tyranny," noting that "if it were not for the blood of Al-Sadr and his sister Alawites, who has the spirit of Zainabiyah, the daughter of Guidance, long political and social struggle, and preoccupation with the grounds of Islamic thought by building a missionary base in the nation, when this regime fell.”
He affirmed that “the blood of the martyr al-Sadr and his Alawite sister, Bint al-Huda Nabaris Nour, Mashael of revolution, and intellectual regulations in justice and social equality, and paternal leadership of the project of political, social and transformative reform in the nation. The culmination of this long jihad and a vivid expression of the image of the hero in history as he strives for his country and presents his pure and cheap self (and she was the dearest and holiest soul) in order for the Iraqis to see the sun of freedom after centuries of oppression, persecution and absence.”
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