A Friday Imam in Baghdad criticizes Iraq’s inability to reform the electricity system and contract with solid companies

Baghdad  The Friday Imam of Sadr City in Baghdad, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Saadi, criticized the inability to reform the electricity system in a country such as Iraq with its wealth and superior capabilities, or contracting with solid companies to solve its problem amid rising temperatures, noting that the government since the beginning of the summer has only established the role of the spectator as if it does not concern it.

Al-Saadi said, during the central sermon issued by the Friday Prayers Committee, that “terrorism and sabotage are one of the means of the United States to eliminate the way of life of peoples who are morally intersecting with it, as its officials have previously stated that they will return Iraq to the pre-industrial era and they have actually carried out their threat.”

 

Source: National Iraqi News Agency