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Sadr attacks Sunni leaders: not for terror and corruption

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Sadr attacks Sunni leaders: not for terror and corruption

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Nov 22, 2018 11:53 am

Sadr attacks Sunni leaders: not for terror and corruption

'' Iraqi awakening coming '' ...

22/11/2018 - 19:27 Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has sharply criticized Sunni leaders in Iraq, saying they pay no attention to their constituents, calling on Iraqis to unite to counter the waves of corruption and terrorism that have plagued the country for years.

"The Sunni Awakening is coming against their corrupt politicians," Sadr said in a tweet on Twitter. Anyone who has joined the parliament in your name (the Sunnis) does not pay you any importance or interest as we have. "

"We are changing some of our bitter political reality. I am ready to cooperate with you to change what you want to change."

"The Iraqi Awakening is coming against the unjust political group," he said. "The Arab Awakening is coming against the politicians who have cracked the wedge of sectarianism."

"The unity week brings us this homeland, what we sell ... not for the reasons of terrorism or for the reasons of corruption," he said, using the name of the brothers and the parties.

Sadr did not mention the names of the politicians intended for his appeal, nor did he specify what he meant by what he called the "shameless parties."

Two days ago, al-Sadr chanted: "Mosul is in danger, the terror cells are active and the hands of the corrupt are being destroyed."

The city of Mosul, which was restored by Iraqi forces last year from an organization calling, many of the bombings in the past few months, and one of the blasts killed six people in October.

Iraqi security officials accuse "sleeper cells" of calling for attacks in and around the city of Mosul, where al-Qaeda fighters are waging a campaign of kidnappings, killings and bombings targeting civilians and security forces.


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