Abdel Al-Jubeir, the current FM of Saudi-Arabia, has recently criticized the Iraqi popular mobilization units and is demanding that the PMU units must be dissolved. This was said after the liberation of Al-Fallujah, a city that was occupied by Daesh militants for more than two years.

Haidar Al-Abadi responded swiftly this morning and stated that; ”Any abuse or accusation addressing the PMU is an insult of all Iraqis”

Haidar Al-Abadi, also mentioned that he rejects any objection from a person who do not want the PMU to enter and liberate his own soil, and especially contribution to the next phase, which is the liberation of Mosul.

Some organizations accused the Iraqi PMU of sectarian violence, however, Haidar Al-Abadi mentioned that you cannot blame an entire umbrella of organizations based on the faults of individuals.

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Ruben Chowdhury
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Ruben Chowdhury

f**k saudi arab=shaitan arab

Kimberly Ann Todd
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Shooresh Golzari
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Shooresh Golzari

Yea, Al Jobbyjaber is crying because of what the PMU does to the Saudi rats he sends there.

Daeshbags Sux
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BTW, some of those from militias who performed abuses were harshly punished and the word spreaded fastly that there’ll be zero-tolerance. Seems that since al-Juneir wears a towel on his head, his brain lacks of air-cooling and is getting too warm. al-Jubeir is the living proof of what Jesus said (and so why christians have no problems in eating pork) : It’s not what enters your mouth that is sinful, it’s what gets out of it… al-Jubeir would really become crazy if I was Iraq’s PM : as all daeshbags’ carcasses would be used to feed bigs, a lot of… Read more »