Haider Al-Abadi (Politician) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Haider Al-Abadi

75th Prime Minister of Iraq, member of the Islamic Dawa Party,and former Minister of Communications from 2003 to 2004 during the first government after the United States’ invasion of Iraq and the reign of Saddam Hussein.

He studied electrical engineering in Baghdad and later received a PhD in the same subject from the University of Manchester, England. He joined the Islamic Dawa Party in 1967 and became party leader in 1977 while studying in England.

In August 2015, he proposed extensive overhauls to the Iraqi government, which has been wrought with corruption since its instatement after the US invasion in 2003. The overhaul included strict rules on corruption and extensive plans on how to deal with the Islamic State terrorists that is threatening the region. All of this came in response to major civilian protests in the heart of Baghdad.

He is of Shia Islamic religion and grew up with three brothers. He has three children.

During the international community’s struggle with the threat of the Islamic State terrorists, he has criticized US president Barack Obama’s methods and edged closer to lining up with the views of Iran and Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Haider Al-Abadi Age

How old is Haider Al-Abadi? He was born in 1952, he is 70 years old.

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Haider Al-Abadi Wiki

Haider Al-Abadi Wiki/Bio
Famous asPolitician
Age70 years old
BirthdayApril 25, 1952
Zodiac SignTaurus

Quotes by Haider Al-Abadi

As prime minister of Iraq, I am required to act in accordance with the Constitution to protect all of the Iraqi people and to keep our country united.

— Haider Al-Abadi

We respect the will of our citizens, whether they are Kurds or Arabs or Turkmen, but will not allow an illegal and unconstitutional procedure done under the threat of weapons to yield results.

— Haider Al-Abadi

Iraqi oil is sold by Iraq.

— Haider Al-Abadi

We cannot stop senseless violence without the rule of law and security forces that represent and respect every segment of society.

— Haider Al-Abadi

Any claim between the U.S. and Iran, any conflict is bad for Iraq.

— Haider Al-Abadi