Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, Head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI), called on those in charge, commanders and leaders to admit their mistakes to the people, to disseminate the culture of apologizing for being unable to achieve the responsibility and position vested on each official. his Holiness, in his talk during the 13th Ramadan eve on Thursday, August 2, 2012, explain that such an act would bring about the respect of the public who will sense the credibility of such an official who admits his inability to achieve the promises which he had made. Moreover, this position will lead such an official to find himself as having become distant from discerning his mistakes.
 His Holiness also reviewed the great interest of sacred Qur’anic texts in the need for man to be grateful for the great Divine blessings, and to distance himself from conceit which leads him to perdition and to the disappearance of these blessings.
 His Holiness stressed that the Qur’anic texts and traditions of our Masters, the Infallible Imams, the best of peace and blessings with them, stress that Islam is a religion of love, peace, knowledge and education, denying views of skeptics about its being having to do anything with backwardness and that it opposes progress in various fields of life.