Spinning political exchange between Maliki and Saudi Arabia across the Middle East

Spinning political exchange between Maliki and Saudi Arabia across the Middle East

The time on Saturday, 09 February / February 2013 08:53 | |

Baghdad / Orr News

Is usually the Saudi media Asharq al-Awsat newspaper celebrated Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during his visit to the Egyptian capital to attend the Islamic summit.

Middle East and in its Saturday edition devoted its front page to an extended dialogue with al-Maliki, and published his autobiography as of profile, also published a summary of the dialogue.

He said Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in a dialogue with the “Middle East” that when he said in Washington U.S. President Barack Obama, and Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will fall within two months, his response was that he would not fall even after two years , and “I know Syria very well, they will fight, and with them secularists, Christians and others.” “I do not Tmanhohm courage of despair, and the fact that they have been granted Alawites courage of despair, and so they fighting Pencaúhm and برجالهم order to survive.”

For Iraq’s internal affairs, and the controversy over the extension has for a third term, as prime minister, said “This decision of the people of Iraq, not my decision, and we are not a system based on the one-party, but we have a group parties and political forces, and components invoking the Constitution and to what he says the Iraqi people” , saying that “I would now like to retire, but the decision of the Iraqi people.”

Maliki also criticized the dialogue Turkey, saying she wants to run Iraq, and that runs Syria, and other countries, and even entered on line Egypt and said, “It’s in its intervention in Iraq depends on the element of sectarian and supports financially, and moving and meet dissidents and extremists in Ankara always.”

On relations with the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia, he said “From the beginning we wanted to in this relationship, and my first visit I made to Saudi Arabia, because I know that the good relationship between the two countries will be reflected by force on the region and the Arab situation. And now we are still in the faith Find prospects for relations strong with Saudi Arabia, and strive to be no cooperation with countries that we believe in the light of recent developments represented moderation, and Saudi Arabia represent this. ” In response to a question in the dialogue about his reading, he referred to Mr. Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, and Muhammad Mahdi Shams al-Din, Sayyid Qutb wrote and Kuwaiti writer Abdullah al-Nafisi.