BAGHDAD - Al-Sabah
called on the head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, a regional dialogue includes «Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt» to address the crises of the region, stressing the need to support Iraq and its fighters who stand on the front line.
A statement of the Supreme Council, received «morning» copy of it, that «Hakim met in his office in Baghdad, on Sunday, the US Deputy Secretary of State Tony Pellnkn, to discuss the role of the international coalition in the elimination of the terrorist gangs Daash». Hakim renewed his warning to the world of Daash saying: «Daash threat that does not recognize borders, and if it does not suppress and buried in Iraq, the whole world will be forced to confront each state on the land of Sichtergaha terrorism», citing the events in Paris recently. And between al-Hakim that the elimination of terrorism requires the elimination of takfiri thought and centers deployment of these ideologies that produced several facets of terrorism and not least Daash, urging the United States to »encourage its allies in the region on the observance of human rights and giving priority to political solutions in their countries», calling for «regional dialogue includes Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt; to address the crises that beset the region », stressing the need to support Iraq and its fighters who stand on the front line. He stressed the need to seek UN resolution to criminalize takfiri thought and activate the international resolutions that prevent the sources of funding for terrorists, urging the nations of the world to contribute to the reconstruction of the liberated areas of Daash, reiterated his support for the reform process in Iraq, provided that it is comprehensive reform and radical and consistent with the law and the Constitution.
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