The head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim , said Friday that the borders of the Middle East "new" to be defined by what it would be like Iraq , as he warned that Iraq today in the heart of the storm and the region inflamed, stressed that it is time to return to the reset crises firefighting policy.
Hakim said in a speech, today, during a memorial service hosted by the Islamic Supreme Council in 14 provinces on the occasion of the departure of its leader, former Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim and I followed Alsumaria News , "The home reshaped again and the area re-formed again and also Iraq in the heart of the storm and the region inflamed" He pointed out that "the new Middle East will be driven by the limits of what it would be like Iraq."
He said al-Hakim "We will be vigilant to cross from Iraq this black strife and get him to safety," adding "we will not waver or compromise to the pressure and auctions will not accept solutions at the expense of home or half-solutions, if not its goal to complete the other half."
But he stressed that "it is time to begin to extinguish the fire and return to the stage to reset policy crises and focus on the participants and stand at the red lines", warning that "the fire arrived and everyone became an extended line of fire and upward."
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