[size=33]Al-Sudani warns of “poisoned speech”: Our government is for all Iraqis of all affiliations[/size]Today, 15:56
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Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani warned on Tuesday against adopting “poisonous rhetoric” and exporting it to Iraqi society with the aim of spreading sectarianism and racism, while renewing his pledge that his government would be for all Iraqis, regardless of their affiliations.
Al-Sudani said in a speech he delivered during his participation in a celebration held by the Sunni Endowment Office on the occasion of the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday, which was attended by Al-Ghad Press, “Our country was subjected to a fierce attack, and external agendas intervened in it, which worked to spread the poisons of strife and sectarianism, and we were able, with the unity of the Iraqis, to overcome The difficult days after the change in 2003, when sectarian killing gangs spread throughout Iraq.”
Al-Sudani added: “The great battle was when terrorist gangs invaded our provinces in northern and western Iraq, and people were subjected to brutal crimes committed by ISIS gangs,” noting that “all Iraqis stood on the barricades of all religions, sects and nationalities to liberate the land and people, so their pure blood mixed.” In one of the greatest epics of history."
He continued: "We have taken it upon ourselves, as a government, to be for all Iraqis, regardless of their affiliations, and to provide a decent living for every Iraqi, preserve their security and dignity, and not allow those who live on division and strife to sow their malicious seeds among us."
Al-Sudani stressed, “The clerics, elites, and intellectuals must have a unitary discourse that does not emit abhorrent sectarian or racist toxins, and there is no truer opportunity for unity and love than belonging to the Great Messenger (may God bless him and his family and grant them peace), with all the values, morals, and virtues that he represents.” .