Head of the National Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, called for a summit meeting gathering Iraq, Turkey, Iran, Egypt & Saudi Arabia to manage situations & stop bloodshed, indicating that events are changing & with many variables, on internal level Iraq needs courageous & decisive decisions & men who can bear the responsibility to lead Iraq to safety.

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This took place in his eminence’s office during a ceremony marking the birth of honorable Imams Baghdad Wednesday 3/5/2017.

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His eminence recalled the fatwa of Sufficient Jihad of Imam Sistani (long live) & its role in the keeping Iraq & clearing Iraq from terrorist Daesh, indicating that it exceeded the military dimension to reach a humanitarian dimension represented in providing care & shelter to displaced families, calling on the media & researchers to document the human dimension of the Sufficient Jihad fatwa & take live statements from the displaced people & all citizens of the liberated areas whom witnessed the heroism & the sacrifices of fighters in liberation of the land & care for the displaced families, describing the popular mobilization forces the legitimate child of the holy fatwa & inscribed epics side by side with the rest of the security lines. The message of Iraq during this war is a message of life, hope & bright future for the homeland & the citizen & battles were ,as desired by the religious authority, a national battle to defend Iraq, not a sectarian battle as desired by terrorism, noting that war on corruption is not less important than war on terrorism, praising the presence of young people in the battlefields & in other fields. 

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Regarding security aspects, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim urged the security leaders to present a clear plan in with a timeframe to eliminate the security breaches in the capital & a number of governorates, stressing on rotating of security positions & the setting a clear strategy to protect citizens, for it is not possible to protect people through mindsets that were running their positions since a long time ago.