Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, warned those who are igniting the flame of terrorism in Iraq that they will be engulfed by its fire, describing terrorism as the virus that will consume everyone and everything, and otherwise will destroy itself. He said mistaken are those who believe that by the terrorist movement, they will gain political and tactical advantage, indicating that terrorism does not believe in partnership, yet it exploits the others politically and not vice versa, and will smash them at the end of the day, and that the nation will always stick to its project and to the unity of Iraq and has enough powers to end the battle. His Eminence also stated that the Iraqis believe in their destiny in defending the country, the region and the world and that Iraq will stay united and we will defend its unity, showing the importance of carefully detecting and reconsidering the mistakes in order to address them, as well as the importance of punishing the traitors and accomplices. Moreover, he maintained that the coexistence is the choice of the Iraqis, underlining the importance of forming a government within the time limits. Here, he said he is sorry that the parliament ended its first session with no presidency body chosen, wishing that the current dialogues contributes to the choice of a presidency body so that a president of the Republic may be selected and a government may be formed with harmonious team having well-defined platform.
Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim said Aziz al-Iraq (may Allah sanctify his soul) grew up in the house of the religious marja and later played historical roles, explaining that the late had a spiritual and moral sense and lived as ascetic, working discretely. He said he was strict and sensitive at the same time and was the man of impossible tasks. He added that he believed in the religious marja as a faith of Allah, not to mention that he was intrepid and shrewd as military and political leader and statesman. In addition, he made clear that his project was to build the nation, a project that cannot be achieved unless by building the state, confirming that his project was to build the state and the institutions and to ensure the unity of Iraq, stressing the need to stick to it.