Fayyad warns of “conspiracies” to sabotage the relationship of slaves to “popular crowd”


The leader of the Popular Popular Front, Faleh al-Fayyad, warned Tuesday of “conspiracies” to sabotage the relationship between the prime minister and the commander-in-chief of the armed forces Haider al-Abadi in the crowd.

Al-Fayyad said in a statement received by Sky Press that “the masses of the popular crowd who have responded to the call of religion and the homeland and have entrusted them at the forefront of all the sites of the great rivalry with the most insistent on the strength, integrity and prestige of our beloved country by complying with all laws and orders issued From the commander-in-chief of the armed forces with all the details of their work.”

Fayadh added that “the sons of the crowd are aware of the responsibility placed on them in preserving and strengthening this state and respond to the exclusion of the enemies from them.”

Fayyad added, “We are aware of the nature of the challenges and conspiracies against this institution and the attempts that have begun to escalate by the enemies of the crowd to show it without what it is and confusion on its relationship with the core state and the person of the Prime Minister and the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, Through the media.”


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