Sadr's al-Maliki: to seek nearness Alasaib and we will support your government!

The time on Monday, 01 October 1 / Okrudolf 2012 07:20 | |

Baghdad / Orr NewsI learned Agency (UR) from various sources in the prime minister, said the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr told an urgent letter yesterday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki should not be rounded Alasaib and we will support the government. The sources told (UR) that "al-Maliki received a copy of a special message to his chest asking the Prime Minister not to provide political support for the headbands right." He explained that "Sadr required to support the Maliki government against end Alasaib subsidies once and for all."The group League of the Righteous, led by Qais al-Khazali, one of the dissident groups for the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, has been attributed to several murders also claimed responsibility for a lot of armed operations in central and southern governorates against U.S. forces.And announced Alasaib, on 23 December 2011, it Sttaiwi file military operations in the event confirmed that U.S. forces withdrew completely, stressing that its tasks will be to engage in the political process. The new political organization name headbands organizing Iraq announced, on March 15, 2012, defecting from the League of the Righteous group, and as he emphasized his lack of any agreement between Alasaib and the government, to reject any attempt to sabotage the relationship with the Sadrist movement and its leader, Muqtada al-Sadr.The announcement of the formation of the new organization's first defection exposed the organization League of the Righteous since allowing him to participate in the political process within the national reconciliation initiative end of last year 2011, as a reference to the existence of differences on how to deal with the parent organization Sadrists, which is organizing League of the Righteous one by the dissident groups. Iraq has seen after 2003 the emergence and spread factions and armed groups launched by some factions of the Iraqi resistance, while described others terrorist groups, but some of these factions orientations obvious religious, but others orientations nationalism, and some of them with trends of international or regional