Wednesday, July 24, 2019
News Code : 358100 | Publish Date :2019/6/22 - 11:53 | Category: NEWS
The chairman of al-Nujaba’s Executive Council:
​The foundation of IPMF is a turning point in the West Asia’s history/ Baathists are the key members of ISIS
The chairman of al-Nujaba's Executive Council said: Islamic Resistance once managed to oust American occupiers from Iraq, and as retaliation, they founded ISIS and other similar groups. "The Fatwa of the religious sources of Emulation, based in Najaf, prevented from the collapse of the state and turned the lost motivation of the Iraqi people into heroism and the mobilization of the forces."

Hawzah News Agency (Baghdad, Iraq) – Haj Nasr ash-Shammari, talking to satellite TV channel of the Movement, described formation of Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (IPMF) as opening of a new chapter in history of Iraq that divides West Asia’s history to Pre-IPMF and Post-IPMF eras.

The chairman of al-Nujaba's Executive Council reiterated, "The Islamic Resistance once managed to oust the American occupiers from Iraq, and as retaliation, they founded the ISIS and other similar groups."

 

 

Saying that if the Fatwa on the Collective Battle (Jihad Kifaei) was not issued, there would be no Iraq with its existing boundaries and social system, he pointed out, "When many security forces and commanders were attempting to escape from the country, the IPMF acted highly brilliantly."

The top-rank commander of the IPMF added, "The Fatwa of the religious sources of Emulation, based in Najaf, prevented from the collapse of the state and turned the lost motivation of the Iraqi people into heroism and the mobilization of the forces once the Iraqi security organizations were completely shattered."

 

 

Ash-Shammari then stated, "The dictators of the region can't stand a system whose heads are appointed through public election every four years."

Talking to al-Nujaba's satellite TV channel, he finally explicated, "Many commanders of al-Qaeda and ISIS had used to be the forces of Baath party's security system who then attempted to disrupt and frustrate Iraq’s political system."

 

 

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