As the challenge intensifies... Will the Sudanese reach the stage of confrontation with the factions
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Today, Monday (December 11, 2023), Representative Amer Al-Fayez revealed 3 steps to prevent Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Sudani’s clash with the armed factions in Iraq, after the “challenge” escalated to its peak between the government and the factions that began to reach dangerous stages of targeting. American forces and the inclusion of the embassy in the targeting game.
Al-Fayez said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The Iraqi scene contains many points that must be paid attention to, which is that armed factions have existed for years and that the return of their activity in bombing American bases came due to developments in the situation in Gaza."
He added, "Some people's speculation about the possibility of the Sudanese government entering into a clash with the armed factions is not possible in light of the presence of three steps that actually began through coordination, calm, and mediation to prevent any problems and maintain public security."
He added, "The bombing of the American embassy a few days ago did not determine the identity of the party that carried it out. Therefore, the presence of third parties seeking to create crises deep inside Iraq is very likely in the midst of a delicate and exceptional situation that the Middle East region in general is going through after the Al-Aqsa Flood operation."
Al-Sudani had used “direct” expressions in his dissatisfaction with the targeting of the American embassy last Friday, even describing the targeting as a “terrorist act,” while sources revealed to “Baghdad Today” that Al-Sudani had granted broad powers to the security forces to use force to prevent any targeting operation. Diplomatic missions.
While the coordinating framework stressed its dissatisfaction with the targeting of diplomatic missions, unlike previous attacks that targeted bases and headquarters that house American forces, it accused other parties or parties of targeting the embassy, but the spokesman for the Hezbollah Brigades, Abu Ali Al-Askari, “blessed the targeting of the embassy, describing it as a base.” It was advanced to manage military and security operations, describing those who “present it as a diplomatic mission” as “low-level.”
During his visit to the headquarters of the Federal Police Command on Monday, Al-Sudani said that it is not possible for any party or group to appoint itself as guardian of Iraq, instead of the constitutional state institutions, and stressed that the government will stand up and confront this challenge represented by the presence of individuals or groups trying to assume or confiscate the role of the state. And its national decision.