Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, stressed the need to develop the culture of difference and peaceful coexistence among components, insisting on maintaining civil peace and reduce sectarian discord that the forces of darkness represented by ISIS and its supporters are seeking to fuel.
    This came during his eminence’s meeting with the former Head of Sunni Muslim Endowment movement, Sheikh Ahmad Abdul Ghafir Al Samarrai, in his office in Baghdad on Sunday, October 19, 2014. His eminence urged religious, tribal and social personalities to assume their role in ending the current security crisis and standing up to deviant thoughts. He also discussed with Al Samarrai ways to support, assist and facilitate the daily matters of the displaced families.