Muqtada al-Sadr calls on the UN and Almatmralasalama to intervene to save Iraq
- MAY 21, 2016

BAGHDAD - Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al - Sadr warned Friday against attempts " to prevent peaceful protests", after the use of the Iraqi security forces tear gas to disperse supporters broke into effect for a short time Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi 's office in Baghdad 's Green Zone.

Sadr announced in a statement "to continue peaceful protests," warning that "anyone has the right to prevent it .. Otherwise, the revolution will be transformed into the face of another."

He added that these protests "stressful paper on politicians and lovers of corruption and sectarian quotas and politics hateful, orderly and centralized orders."

Sadr called "the Organization of the Islamic countries and the United Nations to intervene in order to eject the Iraqi people from their ordeal (...) even through + early elections'."

He stormed Sadr's supporters briefly Friday Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi office inside the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad.

And faced thousands of protesters who are demanding reforms in the government initially stiff resistance from the security forces, but were able to eventually break into the fortified area and access to the Prime Minister's Office before them out of there.