Muktada As Sadr Calls on Iraqi Government not to Sign Security Agreement with US
Azerbaijan, Baku, 4 October/ Trend / Shiite leader of Iraq Muktada as Sadr called on all members of Iraqi government not to recognize Security Agreement with "invaders" and to release prisoners from Iraqi and American jails.
Sadr made his call during Friday preach in Kufa city of Iraq, Middle East Online reported.
Followers of Mahdi Army led by Sadr, play a central role in the conduct of preaches during Friday prayers all over Iraq.
US-Iraq talks on security agreement began in spring of 2008. The parties reached agreement on presence of coalition forces in Iraq on legal level after December 2008 when mandate of foreign forces expires.
Religious leader also urged to give right to protect holy sites and mosques including Huseynia, churches and worship houses to neighboring countries helping Iraq.
Demonstration of Sadr's supporters was held in Kufa city of Iraq. The demonstrators were holding anti-America slogans as "We'll not Let Iraq to Become US Colony".
Sard became popular all over the world in 2004 when he led rebellion in Shiite En Najaf against presence of American forces in Iraq.
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