Al-Sadr reassures America: We will deal with it at all levels

Al-Sadr reassures America: We will deal with it at all levels

2021-10-16 08:37

Al-Sadr reassures America - We will deal with it at all levelsShafaq News/ On Saturday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, identified seven points for Iraq’s exit from “subordination to anyone”, reassuring at the same time that dealing with the United States in the event that his current adopts the next government will be at all levels “as a state with a state.”

Al-Sadr said in a statement issued today, and received by Shafak News Agency, “Perhaps the most important thing that the world is waiting for in the Sadrist movement assuming the premiership is our position on (America) or (the occupation),” adding, “Here I say: We have some important points that come out Iraq is dependent on anyone, as follows.

Al-Sadr continued, explaining the matter in seven points: On (America): First: Dealing with the Iraqi government in the same way diplomatically and at all levels, meaning: dealing with a state with a state with full sovereignty.

Second: A serious and effective dialogue regarding the survival of its forces, camps, planes, battleships, and interventions in Iraq.

Third: The people’s revolutions and demonstrations are an internal affair, and a matter that does not concern them either closely or not

From afar, all of them are national revolutions, and they must be free from external influence.

Fourth: To keep Iraq, land, air, sea, and people away from its regional conflicts, whatever they may be.. We will not allow anything else from everyone.

Fifthly: We are Iraqis, neither Orientals nor Westerners.. We want to live in peace.. Anything that opposes that, we have an appropriate response.

Sixth: We will deal with it economically or on other levels if the aforementioned points are achieved.. Otherwise, we cannot succumb to pressure and dependency.

Seventh: If the above is not achieved, then this means that it is a country hostile to Iraq, and does not want its independence, sovereignty and stability.. Just as the estate and colonialism are two harms that do not meet, Iraq and the occupation are aggression that do not combine.