Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, warned from the danger of targeting the joint Islamic constants among Muslims. His Eminence considered the existence of such constants insures the continuation of the Islamic message and the survival of Muslims and their pride. Sayyid al-Hakim called for following a particular strategy to follow Ahl al-Bayt based on security, cultural, and economic pillars. His Eminence assured that the followers of Ahl al-Bayt of any customs, races, and backgrounds are a nation with a particular civilization and connected by ties of identity and common destiny. Sayyid al-Hakim focused on the importance of investing spatial, temporal, and moral plants that are considered as smelters and factories to formulate a single identity. He assured that the visit of the 40th of Imam Hussein is an essential pillar in this strategy to reach higher goals and openness to the Islamic Nation and working within the Islamic framework of faith, track, and destiny.
This came in the 6th international conference of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) World Assembly, which launched on Saturday 15/08/2015 in Tehran, the Iranian Capital.
    His Eminence showed the importance of building a leadership system that takes on its behalf leading the strategy and ensuring its tracks. The construction and operation of this system shall be on non-traditional basis and relies on the approach of Ahl al-Bayt (AS), In addition to finding the elements of building the economic capacities of the followers of Ahl al-Bayt in their homelands and turning them into an influential power whether economically or developmentally. Sayyid al-Hakim stressed on starting right away intensively and at a level of leadership that invests all possibilities in building that strategy, its leadership system and to deal with it as a joint action of the followers of Ahl al-Bayt for the 21st Century. He noted that the Palestinian cause is a central cause for Muslims and no matter how challenges increase in other fields, Palestine will remain our priority.