Abadi comment on the Munich attack: Terrorism threatens world peace

Twilight News / issued Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Friday evening, a statement on the attack in the German city of Munich, saying that "terrorism" is threatening the security and world peace.
Ebadi said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, said that "terrorism threatens the security of the world and gave him as Iraq and the region threatens," noting that "the Iraqis are sacrificing their lives and their blood to counter terrorist Daash on the ground and liberate their lands world to be a safer and more secure."
Abadi said that "terrorist groups belonging to the cowardly crime does not belong to a religion of peace and compassion," and urged the international community to "stand with Iraq and support the Iraqi government's efforts in the fight against terrorism Daash."
Abadi said that "to address the terrorist groups are jointly responsible and on all States to shoulder its responsibilities in this regard."
Ten people were killed, on Friday evening, when a gunman Iranian holds German citizenship fire randomly in the middle of a shopping mall south of Munich, Germany.