Abadi warns against going back and asserts: We face serious challenges

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(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Sunday, "If the followers of strife could bring this nation back."

A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office received a copy of Al-Abbrat in his speech at the central celebration of the 37th anniversary of the martyrdom of Mr. Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr and his sister Al-Alwi Bint Al-Huda and coincided with the fall of the tyrant and his party on April 9, "Today we celebrate the immortality of Imam Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr after 37 years of his martyrdom and martyrdom daughter of the guidance that deserves to be role models for all women."

"Thanks to the missionary line, the line of sacrifice and the strength of determination, Iraq has won against terrorism," he said, adding that "victory begins from the heart, not from the arm."

The Prime Minister pointed out that "victory in hand, but we have great challenges and serious," calling on politicians to "not to pre-victory," indicating, "If able to sedition to bring this nation back."

"The enemy is still taking civilians as human shields and international humanitarian organizations, stressing the difficulty of delivering aid to civilians in the unedited areas," he said. "He is ready to turn hundreds of civilians into a human race to achieve one victory point on the ground."

"If we are united in the war, why do not we unite against corruption?" He asked, calling on all to "legitimate competition along the lines of what is happening on the battlefields of a race to sacrifice for the homeland and the sanctities."

The prime minister hailed "the heroic fighters on the battlefield and the wounded of the heroic operations who are demanding a return to the front lines and demanding the support of their war colleagues for a cheerleader."