Sadr reveals receiving death threats and address the demonstrators: I'll try to reach you, against her will

Author: AY, HH
Editor: HH, NS

3/3/2016 10:03

Long-Presse / Najaf
Issued cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, six recommendations for the demonstrators on Friday, revealing that he received death threats to prevent him from participating in the demonstrations, and while stressing that it will reach the demonstrators despite these threats, called for the demonstration to be "angry as peaceful and not to enter to "red zone" (referring to the green) region, during the week, and wait for the deadline.

Muqtada al-Sadr said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "Thank you to all of Nasser Iraq to demonstrate peacefully and to support the comprehensive reform project" Addressing the demonstrators, "the overall recommendations put it between your hands, O Insurgents Liberal O brave patriots."

The al-Sadr, that "I'll try to reach you in spite of death threats," noting that "if I can not Vosolkm pray and light and you and God excuse."

He said al-Sadr, that "regulation in the previous Friday was the most fabulous Therefore, continue it," stressing the need to "non-aggression at a demonstration, but not angry as peaceful."

He pointed out the leader of the Sadrist movement, that "access to the red zone this week is not a place, but after a timeout," and expressed, the wish that "the deadline does not expire without radical reform."

He stressed the chest, in its recommendations on the need to "be slogans, logos and banners only for Iraq Dzeetm good," adding that "any person or group that violates they are not of you, and tried to remove them decent roads."

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called on Monday, the (29 February 2016), to protest "rally" at the gates of the Green Zone in Baghdad, and in front of the provincial councils, on Friday, and authorized a committee of five persons to determine the time of the demonstration, as he emphasized the need to that characterized the protest as "peaceful and anger."

Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the Sadrist movement demonstrated, last Friday (26th February 2016), in Tahrir Square, the center of Baghdad, in the presence of current leader Moqtada al-Sadr, in support of his initiative to reform, amid intense security measures.

While stressing the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, in a speech during the demonstration, the absence of any political figure represented in the government even if it belonged to the Sadrist movement or sympathetic with him, and called on officials who reject the voice of reformist people to step down, as promised "oppressors corrupt" restoration the Iraqi people's rights, threatened that the Iraqi people will enter the green Zone to restore his rights.

He said al-Sadr, also pointed out that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is at stake after the "rose up people," while pointing out that the prime minister dawdle for reforms after enabled to achieve them, he stressed that the root Abadi binding reforms do not prosthetics.

It is noteworthy that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called in, (the 13th of February 2016), a project of reform in the country includes four files, while calling for the formation of a government of technocrats, "far from the ruling party and partisanship," headed by current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and "political team politically independent and nationally and a judge known Lakeadath, "and as he emphasized the need to nominate the names of heads of independent bodies and the leaders of military teams and army Chief of Staff to approved by the House of Representatives, threatened to" no confidence "from the Government Abadi, in the event of non-implementation of the project within 45 days.