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    Reuters: Sistani's position prevents Iraq from sliding into civil war

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    Post by Rocky Sun 04 Sep 2022, 5:11 am

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    [size=52]Reuters: Sistani's position prevents Iraq from sliding into civil war[/size]

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    [size=45]Baghdad - Qusai Munzer[/size]
    [size=45]Reports revealed the position of the religious authority, Ali al-Sistani, in preventing Iraq from sliding again into civil war after the events that took place in the Green Zone last Monday. A report prepared by Reuters quoted government officials entitled, How a 92-year-old cleric stopped Iraq's slide back into war. When a statement by a religious scholar in Iran pushed Iraq to the brink of civil war last week, there was only one man who could stop it, a 92-year-old cleric who proved once again that he is the most powerful man in his country. He pointed out that (Sistani did not say anything publicly about the unrest that erupted in the streets of Baghdad and a number of provinces, but government officials confirmed that the reference’s stance alone, behind the scenes, stopped the collapse). The report quoted a government official as saying that (Sistani sent a message to the head of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to the effect that if he did not stop the violence, he would have to issue a statement calling for an end to the fighting). Three figures, based in Najaf and close to al-Sistani, did not confirm that (his office sent an explicit message to al-Sadr, but they said it was clear to al-Sadr that al-Sistani would speak soon unless he stopped the unrest). According to the report. Baghdad witnessed last Monday, demonstrators storming the presidential palaces in Baghdad, hours after Al-Sadr announced his final retirement from political work and the closure of institutions, after which armed clashes and explosions erupted inside the Green Zone, which resulted in casualties. And the Joint Operations Command announced the imposition of a comprehensive curfew in Baghdad, including vehicles and citizens, as of three thirty in the afternoon last Monday. While al-Sadr directed, after that, the withdrawal of his current from Parliament within one hour after the fall of victims and injured. In addition, the leaders of the coordination framework held a meeting at the home of the Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa Party, Nuri al-Maliki. The meeting comes amid the current developments taking place in the country, which led to obstructing the formation of the new government, as a result of political differences, which developed into protests by different currents, the last of which was by the Tishreen forces. The demonstrators withdrew the day before yesterday from the approaches of the Supreme Judicial Council building, after they demanded, during protests that started from Al-Nusour Square in Baghdad, that the corrupt be held accountable.[/size]
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