Allawi accuses Iran of planning to assassinate him
Accused of the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi "elements linked to Iran" of planning to assassinate him.
He said in an interview with Al Jazeera within the program "to meet today," The elements linked to Iran has prepared plans to assassinate him and that he had received warnings from Arab countries on that.
Allawi added that he had received calls from leaders of Arab countries, most recently of "the leaders of an important Arab country," warned of a plot to assassinate him and the targeting of the leaders of the Iraqi List.
Allawi has accused Iran of meddling in Iraq's internal affairs and in several Arab countries, and criticized the visit of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad "to the UAE island of Abu Musa occupied by Iran," and railed against "his remarks there about the Arabs."
The media sources had revealed Iyad Allawi does not return to Baghdad because of what he described as an attempt to assassinate him.
According to sources, "Allawi has taken offices in Amman and Erbil is transmitted between the two teams and assigned a political and media close to him to manage the movement of reconciliation in Baghdad because of his absence.
It is worth mentioning that the "Iraqi member of parliament," Iyad Allawi, was one of the parliamentarians days missed from attending parliament sessions, because of his continuous, in addition to his semi-permanent in London and Amman, which called for a U.S. officials to say a while ago "The best position is fit to Ayad Allawi is the director of Iraqi Airways