Moussawi demanded the government legislation law banning Wahhabism in Iraq

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He asked a member of the House of Representatives for a coalition of state law, Samira al-Moussawi, government legislation law banning Wahhabism in Iraq.
Musawi said in a statement received / balances News / copy of it, that "Wahhabi intruder on the doctrine of the Sunnis and the group which coexists sons affectionately and mercy with their brothers in the country from other sects for thousands of years," pointing out that "the extremist ideas of thought Wahhabi is one of the reasons breakdowns experienced by the Iraqi state in the field of security and bombings that have left thousands of victims. "
She added that "most of the Arab and Islamic states have banned at the conference held recently in Crosna Chechen capital of Wahhabi promised him outside the framework of the ideas of the Sunnis and the community," indicating that "more than fifty countries and more than 200 scientists have participated in it."
She Moussawi that "the Iraqi government today demanding an urgent enactment of the law to ban extremist ideas and prevent taught in addition to dry up their sources," adding that "Iraq is the first of those nations to fight those thoughts and maintain the social fabric and the coming of the lost generation."
She said the "Wahhabi limited and imitators in Iraq, it is easy to confront and eliminate it and stop the massacres carried out under the pretext of the call to the doctrine by force of arms, murder and intimidation."
Musawi and was amazed by "the omission of the concerned authorities, the media and the intellectuals of this conference and not to highlight it in spite of the wide echo one taken in countries that do not suffer from terrorism directly, as is the case with Iraq," .anthy 29 / D 24