Ayad Jamal Aldin wins praise for tough stance against Iranian influence in Iraq
A prominent Iranian human rights activist has praised Ahrar Leader Ayad Jamal Aldin for his tough stance against Iranian influence within Iraq and agreed that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki is responsible for allowing that interference to continue unchecked.
Jamal Aldin is the only Iraqi Member of Parliament who has consistently spoken out against the harmful influence of Iran within Iraq's borders and the collusion of corrupt officials in the Iraqi government. He has exposed the role of the current government under Nouri Al Maliki in turning Iraq into a client state of Iran and has urged Iraqi voters to protect Iraq's sovereignty and security by voting for Ahrar in the upcoming elections.
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The Legists League of North Iraq issued a denunciative statement about the visit of Iranian Foreign Minister Manuchahr Muttaki to Baghdad, while the Iranian resistance movement condemned this visit and consider it an aggressive action against friendly people.
Al-Rahman, an Iranian activist in human rights said: "here we have to refer to the Iraqi MP Ayad Jamal Aldin article as he stated: The Prime Minister cannot stand against Iran because his party was manufactured by the Iranians and financed from Tehran and they have cultural, religious and ideological ties with one another. As a result of that, we have a neighbor that provides militias, terrorists and violent groups with weapons, as well as providing logistical support to terrorists. They do that not only through the immunity they have but also through their tactical support of many people in the Iraqi government." The consequences of this policy are becoming clearer every day. In his interview with the Evening Standard, a British leading newspaper, he said: "Iraq under the Maliki government became a client state to Iran." The Ahrar Party leader added: "Iraq is not only stand weakened against Iran, but it became also the client state for it." He also said: "Al-Maliki travels when having business trips on an Iranian plane flew with an Iranian crew." Jamal Aldin said also: "there is an increasing number of Iraqi politicians have their names on the payroll of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Forces."