Baghdad Today

Sadr with a new “tweet”: Leave, corrupt

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, on Saturday (November 9, 2019), sent a message calling for an end to the suppression of the voice of reform, followed by the words “go, corrupt.”

Saleh Mohammed al-Iraqi, a close al-Sadr figure, said on his own account, quoting Sadr as saying: “Enough repression of the voice of reform .. Go, corrupt.”

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, confirmed on Wednesday (October 30, 2019) that he will not participate in alliances with the current political entities after today, he said.

Sadr said in a tweet he described as a warning and warning, on the Twitter platform: “We received a response to what we said yesterday: The resignation of Adel Abdul Mahdi will deepen the crisis, I say: that his resignation will not inject blood, and will make Iraq Syria and Yemen.”

He added: “I will not engage in alliances with you anymore.” Source