The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim, expressed his confidence that the efforts of faithful scholars and religious leaders aiming to strengthen brotherhood and preserving the national cohesion among the citizens. This came when his eminence was receiving in his office in Baghdad on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, the Sunni Grand Mufti of Iraq, Sheikh Dr. Mehdi Al Sumaidaie. His eminence also praised the content of the message Sheikh Al Sumaidaie carried from Dar Al Fatwa, assuring that it supports fraternization and civil peace and opposes extremism and discord. His eminence stressed the need to preserve the blood and properties of citizens and the social structure of the country through the media outlets.
    For his part, Sheikh Al Sumaidaie underlined the need to communicate and collaborate among the citizens and the religious and political leaderships, and to cooperate within the reform project that everyone aspires to. He insisted that Dar Al Fatwa has promised Sayyid Al Hakim not to be a center for sectarian and confessional discord, but will rather support the right, moderation and work to maintain national cohesion regardless of those calling for discord. Sheikh Al Sumaidaie finally lauded the personality and role of Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim in seeking to bridge the gap that those who want destruction for the country desire to keep.