On Friday 16th of March 2012, Sayeed  Amar al-Hakeem, the head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq stressed – in his speech - that the martyred Halabja is a true prove of what tyrants and oppressors do not have survival forever.
This event took place at the ceremony held to mark the 24th city of Sulaimaniya of the memory of Halabja crime, as he added “ the martyrs are making their mark in their tears and quiet when they surrounded those torturers and those murderers and today remind us again that they died and were killed in order to keep Iraq and the people of Iraq and the people of Kurdistan alive and advanced forward, adding Eminence that "Halabja will candle the nation and the conscience of the citizen" and that Halabja is the station was felt by the tyrants they pygmies because they stayed their venom and hatred and and hate not to the people of Halabja alone but for all Iraqis when he did this heinous crime, adding Eminence that the blood of the mountains mingled with the blood of the marshes to create an epic large, such as those found today in the cohesion of all Iraqis in the face of terrorism.


Halabja, the Red Line

The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq considered the Halabja is a red line between those who believe in the new Iraq and the change in it, and those who climb on the new Iraq and calling for their faith to change, considering that the summit meeting of the martyrs are not allowed to tyrants and oppressors on the experience of the Iraqis and their project new, stressing the need to preserve the integrity of this process and the constitutional basis sober and solid, built by the Iraqis as collateral essential in building the nation.
His Eminence referred that the martyrs would hunt down the tyrants and oppressors, generation after generation and will remain a stain on black history forever.

The joint fateful coexistence
Al-Hakeem, also called on His Eminence to stick to the message of coexistence fateful and the common will of all Iraqis under the tent of Iraq, stating "We have to disagree and we organize our differences and agree and strengthen our partnerships," noting that through this approach will build The Iraqis a homeland in which these pluralities good Arab, Kurdish, Turkmen and Islamic, Christian and Yazidi and Alsabih , indicating that differences in national trends, sectarian, religious and political does not prevent autism under the tent of Iraq and the meeting under the umbrella.

A message of love, harmony and recall
Sayeed Amar al-Hakeem declared that his visit to Sulaimaniya and his participate in the ceremony held to mourn the victims of the massacre of Halabja came as an expression of love and affection and common destiny that brings Iraqis in the long history and will remain united in the coming days, adding Eminence, "I come from the south and Baghdad, the capital dear to our hearts I carry with me all coffins of your sons mass graves, which mingled with the coffins of our children in those graves that pervaded the South. "
He also added his eminence said the visit came to remember a long history stretches back more than fifty years when it was launched late Imam Sayeed Muhsin al-Hakeem, his famous prohibition of fighting the Kurds, that the oppressed people who went to him the barrels of guns, tanks and armies of the judgment unjust at the time, considering that this meeting also mentions that positions of the venerable martyr Mihrab Martyr Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim Aziz, Iraq and the late Mr. Abdul Aziz al-Hakim and the position of religious authorities and the attitude of political leaders from all regions of Iraq in support of the Kurds as they are in support of all Iraqis.

The Loyalty to the Iraqi martyrs and their families
In his speech, al-Hakeem stressed the need for loyalty to the martyrs of Halabja embrace their children and their parents and give them every benefit, as well as all the affected areas in Kurdistan and Iraq, stressing the need to work on the maintenance of the blood of the martyrs and to fulfill them.
He pointed His Eminence said, "We are whatever we do and we would be remiss against this people, and we will fall short against the martyrs of Iraq and their families and their families because they deserve a lot and whatever we offered them: it's less than they deserve, adding Eminence" is not enough to remember the martyrs of Halabja and shed tears for them but we have to be loyal to those martyrs and their families and their parents and how to increase injustice and how we care about them and care for their children's care, "noting that he must remain the capital of Halabja in Iraqi Diary, and meet for their Halabja, Kurdistan and Iraq.

The end of exclusion policy
He called to maintain the integrity of the process transformative and on the constitutional basis sober and solid, built by the Iraqis as collateral key in building the country, stressing the stand against the return of the mentality of exclusion and narrow interests, and that is no longer a spiritual revenge and aggression in our beloved country, noting that thanks to leaders and people of good conscious would not return to Iraq, those dark eras.

Lessons of Halabja
His Eminence said that the massacre of Halabja and the combined spring a clear message of resolve in to turn the pain of the Iraqis and the ordeals and their blood and their bodies to the determination and the will for life and for the building, indicating Eminence that Halabja, the martyr is the title great for the people refused to die and decided life for himself.