The credibility of the reconciliation procedure prepared Abadi role for Iraq in regional reconciliation

2016/06/07 13:21

Baghdad/Obelisk: the White House said us President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi discussed during a telephone conversation Wednesday, the "common concern" about the execution of Saudi Sheikh Tiger Tiger.

The White House said in a statement that the two leaders "agreed on the need for all parties in the region to show restraint and avoid provocative behavior and rhetoric to avoid aggravating sectarian tensions."

I picked Obama, Iraq, then as a regional power by virtue of their moderate positions, diplomatic communication and dialogue among the warring parties, amid fears of a regional conflict, with aberrant situation.

And under valuation of Obama for positions of Iraq and central role for the balanced ease regional tensions and prevent further sectarian polarization in the region, the Prime Minister Haider Abadi had laid a foundation for regional policy of the calm is expected to bear fruit in the near future.

And accordingly Iraq dispatched his Foreign Minister to Tehran Wednesday to offer mediation in conflict rages between them and Riyadh in bid shows Baghdad fears of sectarian conflict to campaign against organizing daash.

Jaafari visited Muscat in the context of a dispute between two international containment in the region are Saudi Arabia and Iran while Iraq, denouncing the execution of Shaikh Tiger Tiger.

And carried out the death sentence in Saudi Sheikh Tiger last Saturday to ignite sectarian anger across the Middle East and Iran's wrath main rival in the region. After the storm the Saudi Embassy protesters in Tehran and its allies cut off diplomatic relations with Iran.

In particular, Iraq's sectarian conflicts, and is led by the Government led by the country's largest component, has succeeded in establishing sectarian harmony will benefit the entire Middle East region.

And pay the credibility of Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi on internal reconciliation to his biggest role in reconciliation and understanding.

Abbadi sent Foreign Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari to Tehran to help defuse the crisis. The Iraqi Minister said at a press conference with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, the dispute may raise "wide ramifications."

Jaafari said at a joint press conference in Tehran "us relationship with the Islamic Republic as well as with our Arab brothers so Iraq can not stand silent in the face of this crisis."

Saudi Arabia had no immediate reaction to the offer of mediation.

The headquarters of the Saudi Embassy in Baghdad's green zone, with stiff Iraqi Government expressed understanding for the wrath of the Iraqi Street from Saudi Arabia because the execution of Sheikh Nimr.

That Embassy was closed in 1990 after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, came open with improved relations under Abadi, referring to the two countries hope the cooperation against daash.

Earlier this week Iraqi Foreign Minister Al-Jaafari assured his counterpart in Riyadh that Saudi Embassy in Baghdad is safe and will not receive the same fate as those in Tehran.

She told me she and scientific analyst at Atlantic Center Foundation and intellectual living in Beirut that the Iraqi Government is trying to adopt a compromise position between Iran and Arabic countries to maintain the momentum of its campaign to organize daash.

She said over the phone, "Abbadi needs all the allies he can get them."

Abadi described the year 2016 as a final victory over hard-line organization which declared a State succession in 2014 in the Iraq and Syria.

And is lobbying Iraqi Sunnis against daash key component in the strategy of Al-Abbadi to form the war against hardliners in the context of the war on terrorism and not a continuation of fighting Sunni Shiites began ten years ago.

The approach resulted in the first major victory in recent days from 2015 where Iraqi forces were expelled from the city of Ramadi, the capital of daash Anbar province.