Brother - Baghdad
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi revealed, Wednesday, for receiving "distress" of the people of the city of Mosul, demanding "getting rid" of the organization "Daash", and while the new emphasis on the possibility of liberation of the city during the current year, clerics called for "the rejection of sectarianism."
Ebadi said in a statement issued on the sidelines of a meeting with a delegation of religious scholars and Aloagafin Shia and the Sunni and the Committee of Awqaf and Religious Affairs in Parliament, and received for News Agency (et) a copy of it, that "liberation of Mosul would be this year," stressing "the existence of distress of the people of the city to rid them of Daash terrorist gangs. "
He added that "scientists on them a great responsibility in educating the citizens, as the opportunity now to unite and rejection of sectarianism and cooperation and that the state is for everyone," noting that "the real wealth we are human beings and which should be built right."
Abadi pointed out that "the victory achieved in Fallujah was for all Iraqis and there are those who contributed to the fight and helped by word and contributed to donate," pointing to "the existence of intensive work for the return of displaced people and the formation of committees for scrutiny and investigation."
In turn, the head of the Sunni Waqf, Sheikh Abdul Latif Alhmam, according to the statement, "the blessings of the fighters, the heroes and the Iraqi people on the occasion of liberation of Fallujah," adding that "Iraqi blood is mixed with all the sects in the right to struggle against falsehood and that the Iraqi flag will rise soon in Mosul also rose in Fallujah ".
For his part, Sheikh Ali al-Khatib praised for Shiite Waqf to "the role of the religious authority of the advisory opinion Ulkipaia jihad and the role of the great field general for the head of the armed forces, Haider al-Abadi and his visits to Fallujah, which contributed to the victory in Fallujah."