Created on Monday, 27 May 2013 07:36 | Print | E-mail
Amman / Agencies
Co-head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim in the work of the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa 2013, held in the Dead Sea region.
Hakim said during his participation in a hearing on the future of Iraq: that the current situation in Iraq does not concern the Iraqis alone, but has roots from outside the borders play a chord nationalities and creeds to achieve المآرب, stressing the need to reach the vision of the University to achieve coexistence in order to reassure everyone.
Hakim said that Iraq has the resources and competencies aspirations can not be achieved and the transition to a modern state, but by achieving coexistence between one people with a need to reconsider the security vision. He stressed that the Iraqi division and conflict creeds and nationalities would open the way for عابثين the Nile and the unity of Iraq and the elimination of the ambitions that we seek.
On the other hand Hakim criticized the use of the term political Islam in dealing with Islamic movements that reach to power. Hakim said in its interventions during a session on "Islamists and governance" that Islam is a moral system is indivisible, calling for the use of expressions demonstrate the parties adopt the Islamic vision is not to blame Islam.
During the meeting, al-Hakim spoke about the reasons led to the evolution of the economic situation in the Kurdish regions to outperform the economy in the rest of the areas under the central authority in Iraq. Among the reasons highlighted by a wise economic self-sufficiency in the Kurdish areas since 1991, and stay away from doctrinal and sectarian conflict and turn Iraq into an arena for settling accounts.
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