Abadi credibility in internal reconciliation prepares role of Iraq in regional reconciliation

BAGHDAD / Obelisk: The White House said US President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi discussed during a telephone conversation last Wednesday 'common concern' about Saudi Arabia's execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.
The White House said in a statement that the two leaders "agreed on the need for all parties in the region show restraint and to avoid rhetoric and provocative behavior and avoid exacerbating sectarian tensions. '
I chose Abadi, Iraq, then as a regional power by virtue of the moderate positions, in the diplomatic communication and dialogue between the conflicting parties, amid fears of a regional conflict, it will deliver Bdilalh on the Iraqi situation.
Under Obama's valuation of the positions of Iraq and balanced pivotal role to ease regional tensions and prevent an increase in sectarian polarization in the region, the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi policy have put the basis for the policy of regional calm is expected to bear fruit in the near future.
According to that Iraq sent his foreign minister to Tehran Wednesday offered to mediate in the conflict raging between them and the effort shows in Riyadh Baghdad fears of sectarian conflict on the impact of its campaign against al Daash.
Jaafari is visiting Muscat as part of a containment of the conflict between two important international organizations in the region are Saudi Arabia and Iran despite the fact that Iraq, expressed his condemnation of the execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.
And carried out the death penalty in Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr on Saturday to ignite sectarian anger across the Middle East and Iran's anger erupts main rival in the region. After demonstrators storming the headquarters of the Saudi Embassy in Tehran, Riyadh and its allies cut off diplomatic relations with Iran.
Iraq and in particular in the range of any sectarian conflicts, which is led by a government led by the country's largest component, has succeeded in laying the foundations according sectarian Basthakaqath will deliver on all of the Middle East.
And paid the credibility of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in internal reconciliation to his larger role in regional reconciliation and understanding.
Abadi and sent Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to Tehran to help defuse the crisis. The Iraqi minister said at a news conference with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said the dispute could trigger 'wide repercussions.'
Jaafari said in a joint press conference in Tehran 'our close relationship with the Islamic Republic, as well as with our Arab brothers so it can not be for Iraq to stand silent about this crisis.'
There was no immediate Saudi Arabia for immediate reaction to display the Iraqi mediation.
It is the Saudi embassy headquarters in Baghdad in the heavily fortified Green Zone, while the Iraqi government has shown Tvvhma to the wrath of the Iraqi street from Saudi Arabia because of the execution of Sheikh Tiger.
And that the embassy was closed in 1990 after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and was opened with the improvement of relations under the rule of al-Abadi in signal because the two countries would try to cooperate against Daash.
Earlier this week, al-Jaafari, the Iraqi minister assured his counterpart in Riyadh that Saudi Arabia Embassy in Baghdad is safe and will not receive the same fate as those in Tehran.
Said Mona, a scientific analyst at the intellectual center of the Atlantic Foundation and lives in Beirut that the Iraqi government is trying to adopt a middle position between Iran and Arab countries to maintain the momentum of its campaign to organize Daash.
She said over the phone 'Abadi needs all the allies he can get them.'
Abadi described 2016 as the year of final victory on the militant group, which the State succession announced in 2014 in areas of Iraq and Syria.
The win support from Iraqi Sunnis against Daash Abadi, a key component in the strategy for the formation of the war against the militants in the war on terror and not a continuation of the Shiite-Sunni fighting began ten years ago.
The approach resulted in the first major victory in the last days of 2015 where Daash expelled Iraqi forces from the capital of Anbar province city of Ramadi.