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    Sistani stop display of political positions in the weekly sermons

    Sistani stop display of political positions in the weekly sermons



    Baghdad - Religious source in Najaf said Friday that the Shi'ite cleric, Ayatollah Ali Sistani, has decided not to be a weekly sermon, but according to the emerging things and events required by referring to the government's frustration at what they seem.

    Ahmed al-Safi agent legitimate Sistani in Karbala during Friday prayers in front of hundreds of worshipers at the Imam Hussein dish was we have been in every Friday to double in the second sermon written transcript represents the visions and the attention of the Supreme religious authority in Iraqi affairs.

    He added, but may decide not to have it every week at the moment, but according to the emerging issues and required events.We are sufficient today to pray for our brothers the fighters in the fronts of confrontation with the terrorists, referring to the popular militias crowd.

    According to Haidar al-Khoei, a researcher at Chatham House, a specialist center in international relations, the end of messages highlighting the foil al-Sistani to confront Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and his government.

    He said it is clear that Mr. Sistani is still angry about the government because of its reform program fails.

    He said al-Khoei said the decision confirms the obvious frustration Vrsailh fixed by putting pressure for reforms have fallen on deaf ears.

    Often Sistani calls for the government to implement reforms in the fight against corruption, but some of the political class prevents any real change.

    And the transfer of al-Khoei, a cleric from Al-Sistani saying unequivocally closes the door in front of al-Abadi.The al-Sistani, the influential owner, he must advise the clergy without interfering in the management of public affairs in the country.But its role has had a significant impact on developments in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003. In 2004, exerted pressure on the Americans to hold democratic elections, and it was behind the formation of the Shiite coalition that won the elections in 2005.


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