An Iranian report, Monday, that the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr will work during the next phase to resolve the popular crowd in Iraq through public pressure.
The report, published by the website “Nam News” close to the head of the judiciary in Iran, Sadiq Larijani, a source from the National Alliance headed by Ammar al-Hakim as saying that “Sadr once returned from visiting Saudi Arabia resorted to the use of the street as a pressure card against the government and Shiite forces, The popular crowd”.
The source claimed that “Sadr pledged to Saudi officials that he will work to resolve the popular crowd in exchange for its support within the coalition includes Vice President Iyad Allawi and current Prime Minister Haider Abadi as part of an alliance facing the former Prime Minister near Iran, Nuri al-Maliki.”
The Iranian report said that “the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, will begin to undermine the Iranian influence in Iraq, especially in the next stage, a political victory related to popular mobilization.”
The report said that “Sadr set a plan with the support of Saudi Arabia to give the presidency of the next Iraqi government to a national electoral alliance that prevents the arrival of the popular crowd to power.”
The report claimed that “Sadr looks forward to putting Iraq at the disposal of the Saudi leadership,” adding that “this map put Sadr with Prince Mohammed bin Salman to counter Iran’s influence in Iraq.”