I'm not sure but there was shelling in his city(or the city named after the Sadr family) early in the protests. That may have upset him? Or he is genuinely worried about the situation underhand? He could be frustrated with the government and Iran's attempt to have him 'under check' if you will. I'm sure he gets veiled threats a lot of the time.Muqtada Al Sadr is no small guy. THIS is a very big statement. What do you think his motive is?
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