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Maliki: Iraq will not allow its territories to be used to target Iran

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Maliki: Iraq will not allow its territories to be used to target Iran

Post by GirlBye on Mon Dec 03, 2018 5:20 pm

Former Iraqi prime minister Nouri Al-Maliki said his country will not allow its territory to be used to target Iran.
In an interview with National Iranian Radio and Television, Al-Maliki said that Iraq “will not be a member of any alliance formed by the United States and Saudi Arabia against Iran”.
“Iraq will not be part of a coalition led by a state that supports Daesh like Saudi Arabia, which brought war and destruction to Iraq,” Al-Maliki said stressing that the US wants Iraq to join the alliance led by Saudi Arabia.
Former Iraqi interior minister Baqir Al-Zubaidi warned in a statement last month of what he called “the threat of the Arab alliance” which Saudi Arabia is calling for.
“The previous warnings about the existence of a threat to Iraq, Syria and some countries by the so-called Arab alliance, which was formed with US support to implement a new aggression against some countries in the region … has begun to show its features,” he said.

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