Advises the Iraqi PM
Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada: U.S. resorting to negotiations is owed to ‘Islamic Resistance’
BAGHDAD, January 26 — Abo Alaa al-Walai, the Secretary General of Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada, expressed his support for the decisions made by the Iraqi Prime Minister’s Office regarding the cessation of the International Coalition’s presence in Iraq. In a statement released on X, al-Walai called on the Iraqi negotiator to always approach from a position of strength and honor.
In his statement, al-Walai said,
While we constantly owe a debt of gratitude to the blood of the martyrs, the high religious authority, and the Islamic resistance in Iraq, we find it appropriate to affirm the following:
First: The American occupation’s resort to negotiation and its declaration of readiness to withdraw from Iraq is a fruit borne from the blessings of the blood of the martyrs of the Islamic resistance in Iraq. Their blessed strikes against the occupation in Iraq, Syria, and the occupied Palestinian territories have made this possible.
Second: We commend the strong and steadfast stance of the Iraqi Prime Minister, Brother Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, for his insistence on the unnecessity of any foreign military presence in Iraq and his high and firm confidence in the capabilities of our armed forces.
Third: As the operations of the Islamic resistance continue in support of Gaza until the victory is achieved by God’s will, we remind the Iraqi negotiator of the need to always start from a position of strength and dignity. This approach should recall the blood of the victory leaders, the courageous decision of the parliament, the heroism of the brave resistors, and the public’s rejection of all foreign presence in the land of Ali and Hussein (peace be upon them).