Baghdad - INA
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, criticized today, Thursday, Shiite politicians, who he said are silent over grievances in Afghanistan, Palestine and Sweden and reconcile with militants whose hands were stained with blood, while commenting on the mosque bombings in Afghanistan.
Al-Sadr said in a tweet on Twitter, which was followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "there is a reprehensible trait common between (the Zionists and ISIS terrorists and those who conspired to understand those who set up hostility to the moderate Islamic religion," noting that "that characteristic is: a declaration of clear hostility to the right to blessed month of Ramadan".
He added, "The Zionists declare their provocation and their hostility to Al-Quds, and the ISIS and those who wrap themselves around them declare their hostility to the shrines and mosques affiliated with the Shiites of Ali, the Commander of the Faithful and the guardian of the Messenger of the Lord of the Worlds. To "they pour out their anger on Muslims and leave the Zionists in peace, relying on the saying of one of their elders, that the Jews are closer to Islam than others,God forbid."
He continued, "Is this hypocrisy enough? You bomb mosques in Afghanistan and your brothers in occupied Palestine are suffering from injustice, displacement, killing and racism.