Sadr's office: I did not draw a call for civil disobedience, and called for it will be held accountable
Monday, May 16, 2016
- 10:22
Ibrahim al-Jabri
Martyr al-Sadr's office denied on Monday that it has called for civil disobedience while vowing to hold accountable by whom.

The director of the Office of the Martyr al-Sadr, Ibrahim al-Jabri told local media followed tow that "what he said Ali al-Husseini to do large protests and disobedience and strike a civilian in all the country, is the word from the truth," adding that "Ali al-Husseini does not represent us at all."

He added that "the person who made the remark is paid by certain parties to play the destiny of the Iraqi people," adding that "the ideas that brought it considered Israeli."

Jabri and vowed to hold accountable called to such acts as the Sadrist movement or the Office of the Martyr al-Sadr.

The back of a person who named Ali al-Husseini in a televised speech in which he called the name of the Sadrist movement to civil disobedience and a general strike and spare parts for ways permeated across the country under the pretext of the fight against corruption and corrupt beaten.