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    Fattah Al-Sheikh: Al-Sadr’s decision is not just a name change.. Al-Daami: The “Bloc” heard the reco

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    [size=52]Fattah Al-Sheikh: Al-Sadr’s decision is not just a name change.. Al-Daami: The “Bloc” heard the recommendations[/size]

    [size=45]The atmosphere interested in the affairs of compassion continues to try to analyze Muqtada al-Sadr’s move to change the name of his movement to the “National Shiite Movement,” and while some warn against exaggerating the connotations of the new name for the Sadrist movement, which has always taken many names, others believe that this development confirms that al-Sadr did not He withdraws from the scene, and the new name of the movement is a logical result of the escalation of Al-Sadr’s religious and social activity, in a way that attracted everyone’s attention, according to academic Ghaleb Al-Daami.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Daami recalls the recent meeting between the Sadrist leadership and the bloc withdrawing from Parliament, where they were assigned the role of intensive communication with the popular base, and “they were informed that they would be at the head of any future political project.”[/size]
    [size=45]As for Fattah Al-Sheikh, a former leader in the movement, he believes that “the new name has become necessary to represent the national movement that opposes the path of subordination abroad... Defending the Shiites must not come from outside Iraq. Rather, Al-Sadr will work with many national forces that believe in the independence of Iraq.” At the forefront of which is the Najaf Supreme Authority, to devote this concept, especially in light of the current developments.”[/size]
    [size=45]In response to a question about whether more steps should be expected in this context, the Sheikh said, “It is too early to expect the leader of the movement, but many of those who know him have begun to realize that we must prepare and anticipate something new.”[/size]
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