Ameri calls for Islamic movements to reconsider its programs and warns some embassies "play with fire"

Long-Presse / Baghdad Invited the Secretary-General of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri, Saturday, Islamic movements and parties in Iraq to "reconsider their programs and be followed", and stressed the need to "abuser of them directed", and while some embassies warned of "playing with fire", he stressed that Iraq's sovereignty "at risk red. "

Said Hadi al-Amiri in a speech during the memorial service on the anniversary of the departure of the religious authority, Mr. Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr in the al-Rashid Hotel in central Baghdad, and attended (range Press), "The reference in the statement was clear that not weaken the fight administrative and financial corruption and point out the error." noting that "we must re-examine ourselves and our movements and those who love us and take out the offending them."

Al-Ameri added, that "the danger still exists and the threat still exists and that the enemy is thinking to withdraw the central and southern provinces to instability and affect in the front," pointing out that "reform must be real reform and not to go into the unknown."

He said al-Amiri, it "must be maintained on the constitution and the peaceful exchange of power through the ballot box," and expressed, the hope of "Iraqi people should not be left in the field of anyone who wants to take advantage of the demonstrations to partisan or international ambitions."

He warned al-Amiri, some embassies to "rethink its policies in some of the steps taken by trying to play with fire started," stressing that "Iraq's sovereignty is a red line and do not allow any object that plays sovereignty".
The cleric Mohammed Mohammed Sadeq al-Sadr was killed in 1999 with his two sons, Mustafa al-Sadr and al-Sadr expectancy, upon their return from Friday prayers at the hands of the former regime intelligence, near his home in the center of Najaf Alhananp neighborhood .