"Analysts say this move could be seen as a sign of protest after Iraqi Sunni leaders held a meeting in Jordan and described the current insurgency in Iraq as a popular revolt."
Amman, July 19 - Iraq Friday recalled its ambassador to Jordan for consultations, following a meeting of Sunni leaders in the country.

Iraq decided to call its ambassador in Amman Jawad Abbas back for consultations, Xinhua quoted the country's foreign ministry as saying in a statement without giving more details.

Analysts say this move could be seen as a sign of protest after Iraqi Sunni leaders held a meeting in Jordan and described the current insurgency in Iraq as a popular revolt.

Iraqi Sunni leaders in exile Wednesday downplayed a Sunni Islamist uprising led by Islamic State militants, portraying the violence as a fightback against the incumbent Shiite-led government.


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