Baghdad The Head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh al-Fayyad, said that any military action outside the framework of the state towards an Iraqi or foreign institution is considered a terrorist act.
Al-Fayyad said in a televised statement that the crowd is part of the state’s institutions, and those who target diplomatic missions are violating parties outside the law.
Al-Fayyad added that the crowd has its own specialties because it started from a legal fatwa.
He indicated that those who target diplomatic missions are outlaws.
The promise of burning the headquarters of the Democratic Party in Baghdad is unfortunate and a criminal act.
Al-Fayyad said we felt ashamed to raise the flag of the crowd over the party building, indicating that the security forces had arrested 15 to 18 people accused of burning the party headquarters.
Regarding Hoshyar Zebari’s statement, Al-Fayyad confirmed that Zebari insulted the crowd, and raised his flag over the burning building as an additional offense. He indicated that Zebari provided all financial facilities to the crowd when he was Minister of Finance.
He announced that all those whose contracts had been canceled from the affiliates of the popular crowd would be returned to service after the next budget was approved.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency