BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq , the Financial Times newspaper published on Friday, the subject of a correspondent in Iraq Irina Solomon titled "divisions within communities make the future ofIraq darker later Daesh." Says Solomon that the internal conflicts in the different communities in Iraq has cast a shadow on the political relations in the country, pointing out that in the beginningthe intervention of the Iraqi parliament, the Shiites have the majority on the front line with thegovernment controlled by Shiites as well. it continues , saying that after that has sacked a senior Sunni minister of the Iraqi government with the help of Sunni rivals and then several weeks later repeated it 's dismissal of the Kurdish minister of the government supported in part by members ofparliament as a response from the electoral bloc. Solomon considers that in 2003 caused the US war in sectarian growing in Iraq between the three teams Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds, something which isgrowing after that and it used to the political arena in the country , but now became every sect grappling inside also grappling with other denominations. Solomon explains that this image deeply divided threaten to divide the country on social, tribal and political arenas that are more threatening the unity of the Iraqi army , which maintains the unity of Iraq. the movement ofSolomon for MP Hanan al saying "one of the largest the difficulties faced by the country after theorganization of the Islamic state is the inner conflict between the Sunnis and the Sunnis and Shiites, Shiites and Kurds and the Kurds. "Fatlawi adds that" this conflict is coming quickly. "addsSolomon each of these groups has formed armed factions at a time when everyone is fighting organization" Daesh " the terrorist, threatening the outbreak of fighting between different groups within each range , while each seeks to dominate the political scene in the country after getting rid of "Daesh."