Baghdad - INA
The spokesman for the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, Sheikh Salah al-Ubeidi, confirmed today, Sunday, that participating in the Shi’ite house does not mean a return to sectarianism, but rather overcoming it, while Al-Sadr is pressing to remove the obstacles to quickly establishing work at the Faw port..
In a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), Al-Ubeidi said, “Sayyid al-Sadr’s call to gather the Shi’ite house has received positive responses from some parties, not all,” pointing out that “participating in the Shiite home does not mean returning to sectarianism, but rather to overcoming sectarianism as it was overlooked in the previous stages. ".
He added, "There are conditions set by Mr. Sadr, which are that he can be strong in applying these conditions and hold the corrupt accountable, and not be subordinate and the door is open and legitimate for him," noting that "everyone is concerned with the Shi’ite house and there is no attempt to reduce it to a person and so far no one has refused." The parties that expressed their response are present and are not intended by the political parties, but rather to parties that have a political and parliamentary presence, social personalities and religiously present personalities.