Wednesday, May 25

Iraq: “As Goodwill Gesture,” Al Sadr Disbands Armed Unit.

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The head of the Sadrist Movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, declared the dissolution of the “Guaranteed Day (Al-Yawm Al-Mawoud) Brigade” on Friday.

Al Sadr, Iraq. (PNB News). “As a goodwill gesture,” Al-Sadr said on social media, “I declared the dissolution of the Promised Day Brigade and the closure of its headquarters.” He said that his task force has handed over their weaponry to the peace brigade in Samarra. Samarra is a city in Iraq. It remains on the east bank of the Tigris river in the Saladin Governorate, 125 kilometers north of Baghdad.

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He further added that it is the start of peace and prosperity for all Iraqi citizens. Sadrist movement’s chief outlined a set of conditions for other Shiite political movements to join in forming the new Iraqi government last week. Sadr also urged paramilitary groups to remove “undisciplined,” members and said non-state armed groups should return their weapons. 

Muslim supporters of pre-eminent Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr had been fighting against the corrupt and unassembled Iraqi government since October 1, 2019. Muqtada al-Sadr is the head of the Iraqi communists’ political party (Sairoon). Sairoon had acquired 54 seats in Iraq’s national parliamentary elections held in May 2018, while the Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Masoud al-Barzani won only 25 seats in the Iraqi parliament. Muqtada al-Sadr’s Communist Party stood head and shoulders above all parties in the 2021 general elections. Al-Sadr’s Saairun Party has won 70 seats out of 329, in the 2021 parliamentary election.

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