BAGHDAD / Sky Press: called the cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, on Tuesday, the sons of Imami doctrine in Algeria not to "isolationism" and the fear of "stray Althelp" and work to unite, calling on governments not to succumb to "militants and extremist groups."
Sadr said in response to a question submitted by a group of students Hawza Algerians about what was released in the US Tqriralforeigh which deliberately ignoring and marginalizing follow the Ahl al-Bayt in Algeria, said "We are people not possibly hope of the global arrogance of America and its lackeys to give a true picture of the oppressed in Algeria or elsewhere. "
Sadr stressed the need to "give freedom for all faiths and creeds give opinions, worship and even other political and social freedom," and urged governments not to succumb to "militants and extremist groups."
He called on the leader of the Sadrist movement "oppressed minorities, including the brothers in Algeria Imami doctrine not to isolationism and fear of stray Althelp and work to unite with the moderates and other minorities."
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