Bahrain Mirror: Iraq's Popular Mobilization Forces described the statements made by the Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa regarding the Popular Mobilization as "blatant interference in Iraq's internal affairs".
Member of the opinion committee of the Popular Mobilization Forces Karim Al-Nuri said on Saturday that "the Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa's offensive statements to the Popular Mobilization and to the religious authority are an attempt to mix the cards and serve ISIS terrorist mobs which are receiving painful blows and massive losses by the Iraqi security and Popular Mobilization forces in operation zones across Iraq."
According to Al-Ghadeer Iraqi Satellite Channel, Al-Nuri added that "Bahrain's Foreign Minister should solve his country's problems instead of interfering in Iraq's internal affairs", pointing out that "those statements are considered to be a blatant interference as the Popular Mobilization is an Iraqi security body that works under the command of the Prime Minister the Commander in Chief of Armed Forces."
Bahrain's FM had offended the Popular Mobilization Forces yesterday saying that "the "Mobilization" of horns and murders is targeting unarmed innocent people in Al-Muqdadiyah and blowing up mosques. What is the difference between you - terrorists and ISIS?" In the same context, he urged "he who called for the Mobilization to issue a fatwa dissolving it and relieving the people of Iraq from it as well", referring to Ayatollah Sayyed Al-Sistani.