"Crowd" split between the camps of al-Abadi al-Maliki and Iraq crisis deepens 11/21
"Crowd" split between the camps of al-Abadi al-Maliki and Iraq crisis deepens
Writings Saturday, November 21, 2015
Wrote Aktham Saifuddin: move the political conflict again between the head of the Iraqi government, Haider al-Abadi and his predecessor, Nuri al-Maliki to the field, to gain influence and security force in the country, which prompted both sides to intensify their efforts to win the factions, "the popular crowd."
The look features conflict and clear with the beginning of a split in the ranks of the "crowd", which was divided into two camps, one follows the government and its president Abadi, the Iraqi notch, another of the owners of the pro-Tehran, while some factions of the militia remained neutral pending the gains that may be obtained from the two parties to tend to one of them. Warns observers from the seriousness of this division, and will have negative repercussions of the armed struggle for power between the "National Alliance" blocks, and the consequent serious effects on the security situation of Iraq.
He says a source close to the popular crowd that "the political conflict between Abadi and Maliki led to the result negative formations popular crowd, "noting that" the two parties have made everything they could to try to win them over.
"Adds the same source, that" all that ended the result to the split between militias crowd, "explaining that" Saraya peace of the cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, and Saraya Ashura of the leader of the Supreme Islamic Council, Ammar al-Hakim joined the camp of al-Abadi, while joined Badr militia led by Hadi al-Amiri and the League of the Righteous and current missionary and Saraya al-Khorasani to Maliki's camp.
"Indicates a close associate of the" crowd "the source, that" this division portends dangers great, especially that the factions are now working jointly in the fight against Daash, what portends negative effects on the unit row crowd, and will have serious repercussions of predictors of armed conflict between the two camps, "pointing out that" the division of the crowd is contrary to the advisory opinion of the reference, that wanted to be a crowd camp one recluse in fighting al Daash, split Sakhosrna battle.
"In turn, the Dean of the corner in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense asserts that" part of the crowd got out of control of the state, "saying," The wide part of the militias are out of control and receive orders from Iran represented commander Qods Force, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, and in his absence as it is now, where he is in Syria, the militias receive orders from al-Maliki not from al-Abadi, "noting that" these militias have become cause problems with the Kurdish peshmerga and the Sunni tribes and Awakening fighter Daash , it was kidnapped and killed a number of them, which only serve the agenda of Daash. "
In the opinion expert on militant groups, Ibrahim al-Fahdawi, that "factions of the crowd Mlaxiaoah factions are running behind the material and political gains, not interested to join any camp." Explains Fahdawi, during his speech for the "new Arab", that "factions nujaba movement, and Hezbollah, and the Brigades of the martyrs, and Saraya Jihad Construction, and Saraya thresholds, and Saraya Fulfilled, and the Al Ansar argument, remained so far in the midfield, and trying to get benefits more than the two camps.
"Refers expert himself, that" Abadi al-Maliki today are doing everything they could to make these factions to be one the most powerful in the arena ", stressing that" this division will begin the negative heralds through the near armed conflict will extend even includes a safe southern provinces compared to the provinces the center and the north. " He adds Fahdawi, that "political reality imposed itself through this division, and is not easy to remedy the situation and restore the unity of the crowd, especially that of the National Alliance leaders are divided mainly into two camps, which boosted split the crowd."
In turn, is a security expert, Rafe Salman, that " This split will affect the internal security as well as field effects in the battles. "
He says Salman said that "political armed liquidation work will be active after this division," noting that "factions of militias that roam the provincial streets, including Baghdad, tanks and licenses legal to take up arms on behalf of the popular crowd, will work on two different Ojendtin of the two camps."
Explains Salman, that "the battle between Maliki and al-Abadi, culminating in this division, nor inevitable armed clashes and political playoffs, "pointing out that" that will drag into chaos and violence going on, especially in Baghdad, which would have a negative impact on the internal security, especially in light of the weakness of state power ".