Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the National Iraqi Alliance, met with a group of Arab and Iraqi, media and political elites at Dialogue of Baghdad conference that was organized by the Iraqi Institute for Intellectual Dialogue Saturday, 14/01/2017. His eminence indicated that the crisis of Daesh is a complicated crisis with security, economic and politic dimensions, therefore resolving it require compound solutions that cover all the challenges and the reasons that contributed to the emergence of Daesh and spreading its control over large areas of Iraqi soil.

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His eminence and during meeting with Arab and Iraqi elites in his office in Baghdad, stated that Iraqis are closer to have a constructive, straight forward and brave dialogue, that can save Iraq from the current crises and seriously think about the future, stressing that sectarianism in Iraq is a political sectarianism and there are plenty of evidences that show the societal refusal for such practices like; communications, marriages and the tribal nature of society, pointing out that the reality of Iraq is different from what some media channels are broadcasting.

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His eminence stated the region is going through a stage of settlements, citing the outputs of the Lebanese dialogue, which led to an end of presidential vacancy and the formation of the government, as well as developments of politics in Syria and talks about Astana discussions, indicating that the stability of Iraq have positive repercussions on the entire region and Iraq is qualified take the role of expanding bridges of communication in the region, stressing that the Iraqi military readings to the challenge of Daesh is imposing a lethal cordon around Daesh to prevent its return and threatening the security of Iraq once again.