The head of the Sadr Movement of Iraq Muqtada al-Sadr called for the formation of a committee to reveal the facts about the absence of Sayyed Imam Musa al-Sadr.

Iran PressMiddle East: "So that his case does not perish, I find that a humanitarian committee to be formed to reveal the facts around the disappearance of the Islamic leader, Sayyed Musa al-Sadr. This committee represents us in this, with full authority to investigate and reveal facts inside Iraq and abroad, hoping that all countries related to this issue, as well as all the people concerned with it, to cooperate mentally, legally and humanely,” said al-Sadr in posting via his official account on Twitter.

According to Iraqi News Agency, Al-Sadr singled out mentioning Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Iran, Syria, as well as Qatar, stressing that "this is not an accusation, but rather a request for cooperation, thankfully,”