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12/12/2012 (23:00 pm) – The number of readings: 47 – Issue (2674)
Sadrists burn images Maliki for a second day in a row in Najaf, Maysan
On Wednesday, cleric Moqtada al-Sadr thanked protesters who came out in Baghdad, Basra, Najaf, Maysan to support him, he asked them to “rise above insults and verbal abuse and raise shameful images” during the protests on the statements of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who described his remarks as “without value. ”
Sadr’s supporters, for the second day in a row, burned pictures of Maliki in Najaf, Maysan and again on Wednesday in Basra, Amarah. On Tuesday, they demanded an apology from Prime Minister leader.
Sadr said in a statement, received (range Press) copy of it, “I thank protesters in Basra and Sadr City to Ovaúhm Covenant us,” urging them to be “persons of high moral and rise above the demonstrations in those two provinces or other for insults and curses and raise shameful images” .
Sadr said, “the demonstrators were followers of al-Sadr and ye, O loved ones in my opinion the top and lift those things Fbroa love nobly and ethics and pride and honor.”
Hundreds of supporters of the Sadrist movement in the province of Najaf, condemned the comments that were launched by the prime minister against the leader of the Sadrist movement, which board to sue the chest on his accusations.
A reporter (range Press) Hundreds of supporters of the Sadrist movement demonstrated, before noon in Sadrain Square downtown, condemnation of al-Maliki’s remarks.
He added that the demonstrators emphasized that al-Sadr “red line” can not be waived or prejudice. And chanted slogans against the Prime Minister, and burned pictures of the owners of vehicles with Saddam Hussein. In the same context Hundreds of followers of the Sadrist movement in the province of Maysan, on Wednesday, condemned the “abuse” Maliki. The demonstrators, who included representatives of power in the provincial council and a number of tribal leaders and clerics, banners calling for al-Maliki “apologize” for his remarks officially or “resign” from his position.