Mullah Haider Denies his Attacks on the Dawa Party, Accused the Media to Confuse the Situation!

HAT TIP:  Sumerian News / Baghdad

Good afternoon friends!
This is a great article as it really exposes the dirty tactics “Media yellow” as referred to via the translation.

We see that Haider is warning the media that if they continue these unfounded attacks and lies against the coalition for the vote of “No Confidence” then there will be consequences – including Criminal Prosecution!

Remember folks, this is Iraq, the “freedom of speech” rules are different than our rules.

In this case, I tend to agree with Haider, to prosecute the scum in the media that are working with Maliki to confuse and try to stop this “No Confidence” movement!!!

These leaders know that Maliki is dirty and trying to become Iraq’s next Dictator – which is really bad!

Go Haider!!! Go No Confidence!!! Go Shabibi!!! Go RV!!! LOL!!!   🙂

– Mr. IQD

Author: ZJ  | Editor: SS | GS | Thursday 07 حزيران 2012 14:45 GMT
Iraqi MP Haider Mulla

Spokesman of the Iraqi List Haider Mulla, Thursday, is attributed to him some of the media for his attacks on the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, and stressed that it was “untrue and pure fabrication,” while the accused Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the Dawa Party employing “Media Yellow” from the in order to confuse the political scene.

Mulla said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “attributed to me of some of the media for assaultive on the leader of the Sadrist movement, untrue and pure fabrication,” noting that “al-Maliki and his party are now employ media yellow of them in order to confuse the political scene.”

The local media covered, on Wednesday (June 5, 2012), reports that a spokesman for the Iraqi List Haider Mulla, launched an unprecedented attack against the cleric al-Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr during a press statement to Al-Nahar, and quoted Mullah expected decline in the chest on the draft withdraw confidence from Maliki’s government because it is governed by the advisory opinion of the Iranian authorities in Qom and his decision to a prisoner’s religious guidance, unfortunately.

He said that Mullah “withdraw confidence from Maliki’s Dawa Party and make it in the case of political hysteria and went to use all means in order to preserve the gains of power,” explaining that “this is to make them laugh all means legal and illegal for that.”

And asserted that “the National Assembly had recorded a bright spot on Iraq’s political, through the positions of the chest and head of the KRG and the Iraqi leaders,” warning the media that it “will not be immune from legal accountability by publishing the lies that employ the views of certain political in order to stay in power.” .

The Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi accused, on Thursday (June 7 current), “clinging to power” threatening the deputies who signed the withdrawal of confidence from the government Nuri al-Maliki, as expressed disapproval of the means of “immoral” used by some to undermine the national project, was considered questioned signatures and try to discredit national leaders “play pathetic.”

He said Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Wednesday (June 6 now), to compel MPs to sign a no-confidence and threatening them with “override the constitution and the political process and democracy,” and said he received calls from MPs demanding to tighten security measures to provide the necessary protection for them, as he emphasized the leadership of the Islamic Dawa Party, Abdel-Halim Zuhairi, that the signatures that were submitted to President Jalal Talabani, to withdraw the trust did not achieve a quorum, noting at the same time that those signatures are not verified attributed to their owners.

It was announced by President Jalal Talabani, on Wednesday, he prepared a letter done checking signatures of deputies to be sent to the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, as he emphasized that he did not sign the book so far on the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister is also common in some media.

He also accused the leadership of the coalition of state law Sami al-Askari, on Wednesday, the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to “split the Shiite ranks,” and the weakening of the National Alliance, through his insistence on the withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki, while considered this insistence “alignment” with some of the parties that implement agendas regional, invited him to reconsider his position, as predicted MP Hassan Al-Alawi, a change in the positions taken by a number of deputies from the issue of no-confidence vote during the session, particularly by the Iraqi List, which he described as not subject to any ideology.

Called upon the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, President Jalal Talabani to meet its commitments on the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, saying that failure to send a message to parliament, its members will use the mechanism to interrogate al-Maliki and censure him.

It is noteworthy that the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr announced, on the fourth of June now, on the receipt of President Jalal Talabani signatures of 176 deputies to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in the face of Talabani, to form a committee headed by his chief to start checking messages signed by a number of members of the House of Representatives and counting to avoid any challenges or doubts in order to ensure the health and safety of the constitutional process in the country.

But Maliki, Talabani called on to transmit the signatures to the criminal investigation to make sure it is correct, considering that the organization lists the names of some MPs outside parliament coupled with “practices are unconstitutional,” while the face of the organs concerned to bring all of the evidence against him carry out fraud or threat in order to take the sign House and brought to justice.

The sources confirmed “Alsumaria News”, the first on Tuesday (June 5, 2012), that the distribution of signatures of deputies on a book-confidence motion was as follows 0.40 a signature of the Sadrist movement and 49 signatures from a coalition of Kurdish blocs and 75 signatures from the coalition in Iraq and nine signatures MPs from the National Alliance and three other MPs from the minority.

The country is witnessing a political crisis that some observers emphasize that it is on the rise in the unity of the differences between the political blocs, having transformed from a difference between the Iraqi List and the rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement and other movements and parties.


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