Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, called the Iraq leaders for an urgent meeting to ponder over the security situations and set the priorities and measures required to remedy such situation, stressing the necessity of reaching a strategic security vision that goes beyond the pure security measures and takes into account all the dimensions that can contribute to the creation of such security situation such as the political, social, economic and development conditions. He also affirmed that remedying the security situation by pure security measures would not allow real solutions for the security problem.    
This speech was delivered by Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim during the ceremony held Saturday 27/7/2013 in Baghdad on the 32th anniversary of the establishment of Badr Organization, and attended by the Prime Minister, the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament and many national leaders. 
His Eminence also called for improved relations with the neighboring countries and enhanced national relations in order to make one single unit against terrorism which attacks all Iraqis. 
Sayyid al-Hakim said Badr Organization is characterized by its remarkable debut, courses, projects, structures and members, for the Organization was founded based on the fatwa of the martyr Imam Sadr, given special care from the religious marja, Imam Khomeini (may Allah sanctify his sole) and led by the faqih, the Martyr of the Niche, then his successor, the great scholar, Aziz al-Iraq. In addition, he stated that the project of Badr Organization represents the great frame within which the Mujahideen have been gathered, pointing to the key role Badr members played during the political development stage, as well as in jihad and deposing the dictator. 
On the other side, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim criticized the long-serving Mujahideen being pursued for diplomas, showing that the constitution did not mean by the diploma or any equivalent certificate that issued by a foreign college and then an equivalent copy of which is obtained in Iraq. This concerns a part of the Mujahideed who had the experience but were too busy fighting that they failed to attend the education forums and obtain academic diplomas, he added.