April 28, 2015,
A leading figure in the National Reform Movement for the efforts by the current head of Ibrahim al-Jaafari for reconciliation between the warring wings of the Dawa Party.
The leader, who asked not to be named, said the current situation does not assume the existence of a political conflict between supporters of the former government and current.
He added that the Islamic Dawa Party, the general organization in a state of division between the wings portend Ptvkkh, the first led by defectors Maliki with a number of MPs Khanan Fatlawi Kazem Sayadi and the other led by veterans of the call, such as Shaykh Abdul Halim Zuhairi and Ali al-Adeeb, Walid ornaments and this pro-government Al-Abbadi wing.
He noted that the current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is believed that al-Maliki wing source of rumors that are offensive to him and his government news massacre blather and, most recently, and they have an army "of five thousand people of his mission to attack the enemies of Mr. Nouri al-Maliki across cyberspace as described.
He warned Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Monday that there is a psychological war against Iraq have emerged over the past few days through the promotion of fabricated images back to previous periods as martyrs in "Nazim partition" Baltherthar north of Ramadi on Friday, the last, and claimed the slaughter of "140" Iraqi soldier and said, "proved to be fabricated and fabricated story."
Ebadi said during his chairmanship of the Supreme Commission for coordination between the Iraqi governorates not organized in Akulaimyum in Karbala meeting in southern Iraq that the media hype it is not the interest of Iraq and with regret that some people want to earn money on the blood of the martyrs and trading Bbtolathm which came in response to a call home supreme religious authority in Najaf, and defense sons of some provinces for their brothers in other provinces witnessing the implementation of military operations to promote national unity in Iraq.
Dozens of supporters of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki came out yesterday afternoon Monday in demonstrations demanding the ouster of the defense minister and the departure of the current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who accuse him of stealing the seat of power of the current secretary of the Islamic Dawa Party.
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