Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakim renewed his call to resolve the problem of terrorism through an inclusive vision, the solution not in security only, but terrorism need to be handled intellectually and politically, socially and economically, considering the current conflict in the region is a struggle to distribute power with a sectarian cover, warning from the consequences of perusing conflict management with sectarian labeling to the Arab capitals and cities. 

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This took place during a meeting with members of the founding conference of the Arab Popular Front for the counter-terrorism delegation at his eminence’s office in Baghdad Saturday 23/07/2016.

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His Eminence called the leaders of Arab community to address the terrorist ideology and spreading the culture of accepting other opinions in Arab societies, noting that terrorism is an earthquake undermining Arab national security and must be addressed in to prevent other stronger earthquakes, pointing to the need to resort to logic, dialogue and mutual spaces shared among all.

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In respect of the Iraqi situation, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim indicated that the Arab media, unfortunately, conveys a negative image of Iraq, Baghdad, and the security institutions, especially the popular forces. His directed a question to the delegation: “Baghdad, which you saw today, is it Baghdad conveyed by the media? Which only focuses on the negative cases? Noting that the security threat did not stop the life in entire Iraq. The fate of Iraqis, is becoming the spearhead of the confrontation with terrorism, referring to the near end ISIS page in Iraq that will be completely folded, and Mosul last battle with ISIS that united all Iraqis, because ISIS had targeting them all, and now everyone agrees on one definition to who draw weapons on innocents, they are terrorists and nothing else.

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Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim affirmed to the Arab delegation that Iraq fully regained its people, and the crises had showed the magnitude of bond amongst Iraqis who are defending each other, derived by their national unity, all Iraqi tribes have Sunni and Shiite among them, here we see that the displaced families were able to mix with the communities in middle and south of Iraq, and those communities had assisted them with to restore their lives, businesses and belongings, and when the displaced families will return to their original cities, they will be messengers of peace to the entire Iraq.