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An American report: The chest has a tremendous power to return and his opponents think carefully before its removal

Reports and analyzes    Muqtada al -Sadr    Political chest opponents
2022-09-14 13:14

Shafaq News /
An American report revealed today, Wednesday,

an Iranian loss of the conflict of Shiite political leaders in Iraq as it lost the clear impact after the departure of Qasim Soleimani and his current alternative, and

while Al -Sadr indicated that Al-Sadr has a "enormous" ability to return to the political scene, he stressed that Ali His opponents think "twice" before reducing or removing it.

"On August 29, Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr announced that he would withdraw from politics after months of failed attempts to form a new government.

Thousands of supporters of the national leader, who appeared, came out As a strong opponent of Iran-backed militias in Iraq, to the streets in a state of anger, and violated the concrete barriers around the Green Zone in Baghdad, and stormed the headquarters of the government.

After dozens of people were killed, Al-Sadr appeared on TV and instructed his supporters to return to their homes, diluted - in At least the current time - the political crisis that paralyzed the caretaker government in Iraq for several months."  The report added that

"the Iraqi political system has reached a dead end since last October, when the country has held its fifth parliamentary elections since the United States's invasion in 2003.

Al-Sadr alliance won the largest number of seats, but its bloc and no other party succeeded in forming a government.".  According to the report,

"the conflict has not erupted between sects or competing ethnic groups, but within the largest community in Iraq, the Shiites are divided over their country's relationship with Iran.

The Sadrians argue that Baghdad must distance themselves from all foreign powers, including Iran.

The other factions are still more In connection with the strong Iraq neighbor."  The report indicated that

"although Al-Sadr says it is a retirement from politics, it is likely that he is working to take advantage of this last session of the edge of the abyss and street protests to control his competitors,

Al-Sadr issued similar statements in the past, but he never withdrew from the political field, but

As a heir to one of the most famous Shiite religious families in the world, the chest has significantly demonstrated its skill in converting his religious lineage into solid power, and

his opponents should think twice before they reduce it."  The report also pointed out that

"Al-Sadr is a national and rebellious kind of Shiites in Iraq, while the Grand Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani, the most respectable cleric in the country, and

other Shiite religious scholars avoid direct political participation, and

thus, they created a vacuum in power within the Shiite society - a vacuum The chest has worked for two decades to fill it."  The analysis stated that

"Al-Sadr, as the son of the Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Sadiq al-Sadr, is a prominent Shiite scientist who challenged the Baathist regime until his assassination in the year 1999, Al-Sadr managed to walk in the footsteps of his father as a political leader of the Sadrist movement," noting that

"Al-Sadr is the Iraqi leader The most skill in moving between politics and religious authority, a fact that can explain its last maneuver.

With the continuation of the political crisis in Iraq for nearly 11 months, Al-Sadr did not legislate in the streets of the streets until he faced a threat that exceeds politics: a threat to his religious legitimacy.  The magazine pointed out that

"one day before al-Sadr announced his retirement from politics, the Grand Ayatollah Kazem Al-Haeri, the Iraqi cleric residing in Iran, who was a spiritual guide for many members of the Sadrist movement, announced his removal due to the deterioration of his health.

But instead of inviting it His followers are to transfer their loyalty to another Iraqi Shiite cleric - a person who may be sympathetic to the chest - Al-Haeri advised them to follow the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

It was an extraordinary step, as most of the great verses of God command their followers to emulate other senior clerics only yet The death of the clergy, while Sadr indicated that Iranian officials and his Iranian-backed Shiite opponents were behind the criticism of Al -Haeri.  
The magazine continued,

"The appeal in the back reflects the growing power vacuum within the Shiite community in Iraq,

a vacuum that opened with the diminishing Iranian influence in the country.

For years, the Iranian Supreme Leader, General Qassem Soleimani, sent to Iraq to keep Tehran's Shiite supporters in the class.

But after the states were killed United Soleimani in a drone raid in 2020, Iran lost an important force of force on its allies.

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