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    During the central Shura meeting of the Martyr of the Niche Movement presided by Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, in his office in Baghdad, on Monday December 14, 2015, His Eminence stressed on Iraq unity that he described as the definite destiny, declaring that Iraq’s developments and the region’s repercussions have emphasized that everyone needs the other; i.e. each component needs to protect and shelter the other, by citing the victories achieved by the security forces in northern Salahuddine and in Ramadi due to the cooperation between the components of the society and their blended blood.
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    His Eminence reiterated his rejection of the Turkish incursion into the city of Mosul, considering that it’s totally unjustifiable, and he stressed that the support of Iraq in the face of terrorism does not mean allowing to violate its sovereignty as Iraq has just required training, arming, providing information and preventing funding sources, and he pointed out to the Iraqi government’s wisdom in dealing with the crisis and its clarity by taking progressive steps to show the Iraqi stance regarding the Turkish incursion.
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    Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim eulogized the factors and actors that contributed to the success of the Arbaeen visit and the death of the Prophet (PBUH) visit, as well as the great innate organization of the event, praising the efforts done by the Martyr of the Niche in the success of the Arbaeen visit and calling on the people of the Movement to cooperate and go down to the street and work strenuously to solve people’s problems, especially services.
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    The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq expressed also deep sorrow and regret for what the followers of the Ahlul Bayt have suffered in Nigeria and he called on international organizations to promote their duty and stop the massacres against them, calling on authorities to release Sheikh Zkzackhe and condoling the believers and great Marjaas after he asked to express rejection of what happened in Nigeria and to condemn it and show the injustice to the whole world.