Who rules Iraq .. Haider al-Abadi, or Qassem Soleimani?
Wed Aug 26 2015

At first glance, it is surprising that the number of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Mtahjma dares to figure a prominent influence in the region.

Since taking Iyad Allawi ruled Iraq during 2003, and followed by Ibrahim al-Jaafari and down to Nuri al-Maliki and then Haider al-Abadi, did Frequently any news about unlike against the Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani and who has to face a prominent attention in the political circles of the Iraqi military leaders and even promised Iran that chancellor security in Iraq .

Iranian Gen. leads Iraqi forces

Iranian authorities announce from time to time in the death of one of its officers prominent in direct battles with al Daash in Iraq. Which is an explicit interference in Iraqi affairs and Iran took the reins of the actual initiative to lead Iraqi military units in the cities of Samarra and Tikrit, Anbar and Diyala.

Qasim Slemyana appeared more than once in the videos soon spread across social networking sites during his direct supervision on the battles in Iraqi cities.

Soleimani presence symbolizes the extent of the fateful alliance between Baghdad and Tehran, as published many videos that show Soleimani, accompanied by the President of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri clips, and Hezbollah Brigades and Abu Mahdi Mohandes fronts in fighting taking place in some parts of Iraq. To confirm the news that talk that Iran not only holds the military leadership but the entire political process subject to the orders of a purely Iranian.

Qassem Soleimani and arrived in the Iraqi city of Karbala last weekend in the Visit was told that the Iranian authorities are trying to renovate the Shiite blocs that suffer greatly at the present time in front of the Iraqi street, which began to rise up against the government led by the National Alliance, the Shiite policy challenges.

Soleimani, accompanied by Abu Mahdi Mohandes after arriving Karbala

What happened between Abadi and Soleimani during the meeting?

The political body of the National Alliance headed by Shiite and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari held an important meeting at the weekend in the capital Baghdad and in the presence of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

Among the most prominent attendees Nuri al-Maliki, and the secretary general of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri, and the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, a representative of the Sadr movement.

News received from within the corridors of the meeting confirms that the presence of Soleimani to repair the "Shiite House" Securities and ensuring that no article of Vice President from office Nuri al-Maliki to the courts.

It is intended to provide al-Maliki to Iraqi courts under the pretext of being accused of withdrawal of military forces in the city of Mosul (Nineveh province) in June 2014 which allowed for the organization of "Islamic state" Daash incursion and control of the second most important Iraqi cities.

Iranian General and expressed his annoyance at the meeting of the reforms issued by the Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi, especially with regard to prejudice Nouri al-Maliki.

Modern Soleimani and his intervention in Iraqi affairs met with rejection and objection exaggerated by Haider al-Abadi, prompting Iranian Gen. tense to leave the meeting.

Abadi precedent and courage to address the interventions Qassem Soleimani has changed many of the facts in the political process that beset the worse in the country, especially since the capital Baghdad and several Iraqi cities experiencing massive demonstrations roaming the streets demanding the Iraqi government to hold government and administrative reforms within Maossat State.

He pledged Abadi scheduled, administrative reforms within the government Almaossat in Iraq in response to the demands of the public, and the Prime Minister has decided to cross successive periods in the recent Iraqi ministries reduced from 33 to 22 ministries as well as the reduction of state expenditures.

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