Muqtada al-Sadr tweets to Trump about “defying God” with the Corona virus

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Moqtada Al-Sadr, leader of the Shiite Sadrist movement in Iraq, discussed on Thursday the topic of searching for a medicine for the new corona virus or what has become known as “Covid-19”, in a tweet in which he addressed the American President, Donald Trump.

Al-Sadr said in his tweet: “After our promise to you as merchants of wars, genocide, killing and intimidation of the people today, we pledge to you (Trump) manipulating the fate of peoples indifferent to the pandemic or epidemic. And you are rushing to politicize it and fight your enemies with it.”

Al-Sadr continued, saying: “You did not stop attacking China, but rather hurried to attack (the World Health Organization). If this indicates something, then it indicates your inefficiency in the management of a global crisis, how can you not? And you could not protect your people so that you can push the epidemic from the world.”

He added: “So I suggest that the World Health Organization take its role with more seriousness and effectiveness and coordination with countries that are more concerned with the fate of the world than their trade, gambling and whims … and between this and that not everyone should close the gates of heaven through challenging God … Rather, there is no medicine except by submitting to heaven And the Lord of Heaven is so true as you are speaking .. ”





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