Jalal al-Din al-Saghir clings to the “Sistani’s reference”


The leader of the Supreme Islamic Council, Jalal al-Din al-Saghir, on Wednesday, sticking to the banner of “reference Sistani,” describing the political schism is normal in a scene “full of contradictions and different estimates of interests,” he said.

“A political split here or a disagreement there is normal in an arena full of contradictions and conflicting interests,” he said, adding that “it would not be bad if it were done under The tent of religiosity, the religious themselves have a yard allowed to disagree unless they are among them what angers God, “as he put it.

Al-Saghir pointed to the spread of news, articles and rumors issued by “hostile parties” which he did not describe, to spread the “dichotomy and resentment among the believers, to disperse the class and to disperse the situation,” according to the publication.

Al-Saghir reiterated his insistence on adhering to the banner of Sistani’s reference, noting that “there is no need or any meaning to load things more than tolerable, and it is not legitimate to work in the midst of waves of difference and temptation to flounder or rush or rush to judge things, The scenes are much larger than what is announced in the flags, “he said.

On Monday (July 24, 2017), the leader of the National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim, announced his formal withdrawal from the Islamic Supreme Council and the formation of a new stream known as the National Wisdom Movement.

Observers say that the Supreme Council, with its remaining leaders, and the tools it has left, face difficult choices, ranging from its transformation into a religious institution, practicing politics under the rule of the jurist, like the Virtue Party, or a small political party, Such as the parties that broke away from the Islamic Dawa party, whose parliamentary representation remained limited, or to join a large political grouping and dissolve in it.

As for the member of the leadership of the Supreme Council, Jalal al-Din al-Saghir, the “secret of difference” with Ammar al-Hakim concerns “the jurisprudence governing political action.” He explained earlier that “the martyr of the mihrab Muhammad Baqir al-Hakim stipulated that the president of the Supreme Council should be a judge on all its joints.”


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