This he does Moqtada al - Sadr in Iran
14:15:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - then

Detecting the source of an Iranian journalist, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al - Sadr, still in the Iranian city of Qom, on a visit during which he is seeking to "take a break" and visit his relatives, before returning to his country.

The Ansar al- Sadr, stormed last week, the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, then entered the parliament building, and on the back of the postponement of a session of parliament was scheduled to be submitted during which Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, the rest of the technocrat government lineup.

The journalist said "unique school" in his on the "telegram", that " al- Sadr is still in the holy city of Qom, and did not leave for Iraq , " noting that "the cleric wanted to rest before returning to his supporters who shouted slogans against Iran during recent protests . " .

He said teachers close -oho clerics in Qom, and close to a certified reference Sistani in Iran and his brother Jawad Alchehrstani- that " al- Sadr does not want that tension remains in Iraq, and does not want to show the position of the supporter or opponent of Iran .. What he wants is one month to break his supporters reviewing the positions, and things calm down, and go back to normal, "he said.

He pointed out that " al- Sadr refused to meet any of the Iranian officials, indicating that it can not be considered Tehran 's ally because of its policy in the region , " stressing that "this stance sent a message to his supporters in Iraq that will remain independent and not subject to the effects of the Iranian pressure."

He pointed out that " al- Sadr 's visit to Iran, personalized to meet with some members of his family in the city of Qom , south of Tehran in years."

He left chest, last Monday, the city of Najaf a trip to Iran, after his supporters to storm the parliament building, and shouting against Iran and influence Jnralha Qassem Soleimani in their own country, sparking debate about the significance of this step.

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