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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The head of the Integrity Commission, Haider Hanoun, called on religious institutions to support regulatory agencies in their battle against corruption.
    Hanoun said during his speech at the scientific symposium held by the Commission’s Department of Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations in cooperation with the Dijlah Center for Strategic Studies under the slogan (Influential religious discourse...a basis for promoting a culture of integrity and combating corruption), in which a number of religious platform preachers, university professors and representatives participated. Community organizations: We call on religious institutions to support the efforts of the regulatory agencies in their fierce battle against corruption, noting the need for this battle to have something similar to the fatwa of the sufficient jihad launched by the religious authority, which was the main element in the victory over terrorist groups.
    He stressed the need for religious discourse to focus on monitoring deviant phenomena in society, diagnosing their causes, and developing appropriate treatments for them, pointing out the importance of directing religious discourse towards educating society about the danger of the scourge of corruption and the sanctity and sanctity of public money, praising the fatwas of the religious authority that urge adherence to the laws and ethics of public service, and warn From assaulting public funds.
    The Chairman of the Commission expressed his optimism for victory over the corrupt in the battle of integrity against corruption, pointing out that the management of this battle must involve all official and societal actors, and one of the tools for success in it is the involvement of the religious platform, which constitutes an ideological momentum that enables it to influence the behaviors of individuals in society and guide them towards righteousness. Stressing that the platform should focus on three challenges: distinguishing reformers from those claiming reform, awakening the conscience of members of society, and warning against nepotism and benefiting from corruption, which may lead the individual into the pits of alignment with the corrupt.
    The symposium, which bore the title (Religious Discourse and its Role in Promoting a Culture of Integrity and Supporting Anti-Corruption Efforts), included a scientific session chaired by Alaa Abd al-Nabi al-Madani, while it was decided by the Governor of al-Khazraji. The session had two axes, the first of which was presented by Hazem al-Husseini from the Tigris Center in which he reviewed the mechanisms Spreading a culture of integrity in accordance with the Islamic vision, while the second axis was titled “Religious guidance and its role in reporting cases of corruption,” presented by Moataz Al-Abbasi, Director General of the Department of Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations at the Commission.
    Through their interventions, the participants in the symposium expressed their thanks to the Commission for paying attention to the importance of involving community activities in combating corruption, urging that the religious platform be reformed and directed to address crucial issues that concern the members of society, and the consolidation of religious values ​​that call for virtue and the rejection of vice, and the commitment to honesty, trustworthiness, loyalty, and chastity of the hand, and warning against Committing bribery, embezzlement, and other manifestations of corruption are among the sins for which the accountable person deserves punishment in this world and the torment of Hell in the afterlife.
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