On Monday 13th of February 2012, Sayeed Amar al-Hakeem, the head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, visited Sinjar Town in Mosul and expressed his regretted for what the villages of Sinjar suffering, stressing that pluralism is a good source of strength for the Iraqi people as it can be invested to be a national framework under one Iraq.
His Eminence referred - during his meeting with tribal leaders and elders of Yazidis in Sinjar, that the political situation does not match the ambition, calling on politicians to develop a common vision to serve the Iraqi people, stressing the importance of the Iraqis to bear some others so as to enhance the partnership in the same country, indicating the will of national political powers for the success of the National Conference to enhance the legitimate aspirations of the Iraqis.
Al-Hakim noted out that Sinjar has a long history in co-existence among all religions and nationalities, stressing that the Yazidis have standing deep in the hearts of the Iraqi people, promoting the national honorable attitudes for the people of Sinjar in facing the old dictator and their defense upon their identity as Yazidis.
His Eminence emphasized that Iraqis deserve much better situation than they have today, describing his visit to the province of Nineveh, and his early visits to various provinces of Iraq as a message of love for all the people of Iraq.
His Eminence has received - along the trip between Mosul and Sinjar (150 km) Long Street – warm welcome from the various powers, religious, sect and nationalist in the province.