Calls on parliament to 'hold foreign minister accountable'

Kata’ib Sayyid Al-Shuhada leader warns neighbors for ‘allowing’ Iraq strikes

BAGHDAD — Abu Alaa Al-Walai, leader of Kata’ib Sayyid Al-Shuhada, on Saturday accused Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Kuwait of facilitating attacks on Iraq by allowing their territories to be used and warned of possible retaliation.

In his statement, al-Walai said:

Greetings to the heroes of the Islamic resistance who have humiliated the American occupation, despite its forces numbering around 160,000 with a full military arsenal in Iraq. They continue to courageously face the occupation’s intimidation and threats.

We commend the Kuwaiti and Jordanian people for their support of Gaza and the Palestinian cause. We urge them to prevent their governments from allowing their territories to be used as launch points for aggression against Iraq. This occurred six times during the Flood of Al-Aqsa battle. Despite having the capability to respond to the sources of these attacks, the resistance refrained from doing so, out of consideration for good neighborly relations and respect for the Iraqi government’s revered role.

We call on the Iraqi Parliament and its acting president, Mr. Muhsin Al-Mandlawi, to question and hold the foreign minister accountable for allowing Jordan, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia to permit their territories to be used for recent attacks on Iraq. These attacks have resulted in casualties and injuries among our security forces, and we stand ready to present evidence.

We stress the importance of advancing negotiations to officially end the foreign military presence in Iraq in all its forms. This remains our top priority, and it will not become obsolete nor be overshadowed by other events.

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