Al-Sadr: 'Good relations with Iran but no more'

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June 7, 2007 22:15

 
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Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr said Thursday that he maintains "friendship and good relations" with Iran but rejects any interference by Tehran in Iraq's affairs. Al-Sadr made the comments in an interview on Iraqi state television, nearly two weeks after he re-emerged in public after dropping out of sight amid a US-Iraqi security crackdown nearly four months ago. The anti-American cleric dodged a question about his disappearance from public view during which he was believed to have been in Iran. But he said he rejected Iranian interference in Iraqi affairs.

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