Go forth from our holy land and go back to your families who are waiting for you impatiently, that you and we, as well, lead a peaceful life together.— Muqtada al Sadr
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I have said it many times: the policy of exclusion and the policy of marginalization must end in Iraq.
Divisiveness is not good for the people.
I am a part of the political process whether the multinational forces are present or not. Politics is serving the people, not chairs and positions.
The little serpent has left, and the great serpent has come.
Out of my desire to complete Iraq's independence and to finish the withdrawal of the occupation forces from our holy lands, I am obliged to halt military operations of the honest Iraqi resistance until the withdrawal of the occupation forces is complete.
Everything that happens is determined by God.
Whatever struggle happened between brothers, let us forget about it and turn the page forever and live united.
If responsibility is not in the hands of the Iraqi government, then I consider the responsibility for this event lies with the occupation forces which should either leave immediately or according to a timetable.
If it does not serve the Iraqi people, there are only political means that must be followed to reform the government - a new government that we must give a chance to prove that it is there to serve the people.
For us, holding on to religious rules, and following them, and refraining from what's forbidden, and being diligent with our duties, what do we call that? That's what we call freedom.
What if the invasion forces will not leave our lands? What if the U.
S. forces and others stay in our beloved lands? What if their companies and embassy headquarters will continue to exist with the American flags hoisted on them? Will you be silent? Will you overlook this?
The U.S. will ignore the opinion of the Iraqi people and it will compose the new government according to its own desires.
Who is against democracy? Is it the one who calls for peaceful resistance, or the one who bombs people, sheds their blood and leads them away from the leaders under feeble and dirty pretexts?
Anyone who seeks to be involved in politics should join hands with America.
I beg you not to resort to demonstrations, for they have become nothing but burned paper.
All Iraqis should live under one roof and for one goal.
I don't want the chair of the government because it will be controlled by the U.
S. and I don't want to be controlled by the U.S.
The Iraqi people are suffering just as if they were still under Saddam.
When I die, don't let my death stop the resistance.
The small Satan left and the great Satan came.
If the American military begins to withdrawal, there will be no need for these armed groups.
Just because we're rid of Saddam and the evil Batthists doesn't mean the occupation is a good thing. Our salvation from Saddam was only with the grace of God.
We continue to resist the occupier militarily, culturally and by all means of the resistance.
Saddam is a war criminal and there are no two people who can argue over this.
Make your enemy afraid, for it is impossible to remain quiet about their moral offences.
Our rejection of the occupier at heart is resistance.
I have a red line against the Americans.
May God preserve you and watch over you.
The U.S.-led forces have the money, weapons and huge numbers, but these things are not going to weaken our will because God is with us.
Let the whole world hear that we reject America. No, no to the occupier.
If the government fails to listen to your demands, then you will decide what is best for you.
God willing, the occupation forces will be driven out as happened in Vietnam.
I renew my call for the occupier (the United States) to leave our land.
The departure of the occupier will mean stability for Iraq, victory for Islam and peace and defeat for terrorism and infidels.
I will deal with the politicians in a political way and with the nonpoliticians in a nonpolitical way.
We are grateful to God.
I wish to be a martyr, and I don't fear death.
I am confident that you brothers in parliament will champion the will of the people over that of the occupier.
America has shown its evil intentions, and the proud Iraqi people cannot accept it. They must defend their rights by any means they see fit.
I seek the spread of freedom and democracy in the way that satisfies God.
They [Americans] have planned and paved the ways for a long time, but it is God who is the real planner - and the proof of this is the fall of the American twin towers [...] a miracle from God.
I repeat my demand that the occupier leave the land of our beloved Iraq unconditionally, without retaining bases or signing agreements.
We are still fighters.
The resistance does not mean that everyone can carry a weapon.
The weapon is only for the people of the weapons.
The Americans were never interested in what was best for the Shiites.
I will continue to defend Najaf as it is the holiest place.
I will remain in the city until the last drop of my blood has been spilled.
Help me by whatever you are pleased to do in your provinces.
So, if I were arrested or if I were killed, then after me the issues that American fears about me wouldn't exist anymore - and I couldn't tell you what those issues are.
Our main goal as Iraqi people is to drive the occupation out in any way.
The main reason for the armed resistance is the American military presence.