Al-Nujaba official:

Al-Kadhimi indebted to Facebook insurgents; Washington, London interfere in elections

Al-Kadhimi indebted to Facebook insurgents; Washington, London interfere in elections

Hujjat al-Islam Ali al-Asadi spoke of American and British efforts to intervene in Iraq’s upcoming elections and criticized the interim prime minister for failing to live up to his promise to reform affairs, “He is indebted to online movements who facilitated his rise to power through street protests.”

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Hujjat al-Islam Ali al-Asadi spoke of American and British efforts to intervene in Iraq’s upcoming elections and criticized the interim prime minister for failing to live up to his promise to reform affairs, “He is indebted to online movements who facilitated his rise to power through street protests.”

According to the Communication and Media Affairs Centre of al-‎Nujaba in Iran‎‎, Hujjat al-Islam Ali al-Asadi, the head of the Political Council of the al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance Movement, spoke in a televised interview in which he reiterated the movement’s position of refraining from entering the political arena, “We do not participate in the current political process but we have political activities and we have declared the general characteristics as desirable for selection in the election.”

While pointing out that the purpose of forming the Political Council of al-Nujaba was to monitor the events and political problems in Iraq, Hujjat al-Islam al-Asadi warned, “Our estimates suggest that the United States and the United Kingdom may interfere in the upcoming Iraqi elections.”

He recalled that the al-Nujaba Movement had previously proposed a comprehensive and coherent plan for the development of social services to Adil Abdul-Mahdi (the former Prime Minister of Iraq) and added, “We also met with Mustafa al-Kadhimi (the interim Prime Minister of Iraq) and he promised reforms but he did not keep his word because he is indebted to internet and Facebook movements, which have brought him to power by creating disturbances on the streets.”

In another part of the conversation, the head of the Political Council of al-Nujaba clarified the occasional attacks on the United States embassy in Baghdad, saying, “Ninety percent of these attacks are not the work of the Islamic Resistance and are carried out by themselves to provoke public opinion.”

Hujjat al-Islam al-Asadi concluded by referring to the presence of the al-Nujaba Movement in the fight against Takfiri terrorists on Syrian soil, “Our presence in Syria was based on information that Saudi Arabia was organizing to target Shi’ahs.”

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