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Sadr is "sad" and "angry" about the events in Basra: Do not test our patience

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Sadr is "sad" and "angry" about the events in Basra: Do not test our patience

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 04, 2018 10:48 pm

Sadr is "sad" and "angry" about the events in Basra: Do not test our patience

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The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr on Tuesday expressed his anger at the current events in the city of Basra.

"We are saddened to see the tragedy in our oppressed eyes," Sadr said in a tweet on Twitter's social networking site.

"What angered me is the unjust encroachment by some of the security forces on unarmed demonstrators who only want a living with dignity," he said.

"We must join efforts to lift Basra out of corruption, sectarianism and militias," he said. "Our pride and pride are the heart of a vibrant Iraq, so you will be attacked in Basra, and I advise you not to test our patience."

The city of Basra on Tuesday, the rise in the pace of protests against lack of services and administrative corruption and the absence of employment opportunities, leading to clashes between protesters and security forces, resulting in dozens of dead and wounded.


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