Activists on Facebook ridiculed
statements by MP Haytham al-Jabouri and former minister Baqir Solagh, claiming that
Iraq cannot dispense with Iran in various matters.
Jabouri said that the suspension of trade between Iraq and Iran will cause Iraq heavy losses, while Solagh said that canceling the import of energy from Iran will make Iraq suffer the lack of electricity during the next summer.
A number of Facebook activists pointed out that several Arab countries offered to supply Iraq with energy for free, but the problem is represented in Iraq's loyalty to Iran at the expense of the Iraqi people.
The activists considered that Jabouri, Solagh and many others serve the interests of Iran and destroys industries and agriculture in Iraq.
The activists pointed out
that Kuwait and Saudi Arabia made an offer to the Iraqi government to supply the
country with energy for free, but the mercenaries of Iran prevented it.
Solagh, is a former commander of the Badr Brigades who served as the Finance Minister of Iraq in the government of Nouri al-Maliki.
He served as Minister of Interior, in charge of the police, in the Iraqi Transitional Government and was Minister of Housing and Reconstruction of the Iraqi Governing Council.