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  New leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki ... Maliki: suspected Islamist alliance seeks to violate the sovereignty of Iraq

New leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, rejected the Islamic military alliance, stressing that it should stand up to anyone who wants to "violation of Iraq's sovereignty."

Maliki said in a speech on the occasion of the first anniversary of the restoration of Aziz Salah al-Din in the province of the country of the region, that "the people of the country have maintained their steadfastness on the rest of the provinces, because if I stayed in the hands of Daash would have been a key to the fall of other cities, including the capital, Baghdad."

He said al-Maliki, "we passed our own will, the negative positive, politicians have discovered they will not succeed in restoring the status before 2003 and the return of marginalization policy, and that he does not need to be coexistence between Sunnis and Shiites."

He said al-Maliki, said that "we will continue the reforms everywhere in Iraq, we want genuine national reconciliation based on the unity and sovereignty of Iraq," stressing that it should "all components of the Iraqi identity belong."

On the military Islamist alliance, Maliki said that "the military alliance of Islamic sectarian and spiteful said, and his evil intentions," adding that "suspicious alliance placebo, although he does not value him."

He explained, "must stand generally Islamist alliance and all those who want a violation of Iraq's sovereignty, and against the presence of Turkish troops in our territory," he said, adding "we will not deal with the wills imposed on us from outside, but we welcome relations with everyone on the basis of respect for sovereignty except for Israel because it is a cancerous gland".

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced on 15 December 2015, the formation of an Islamic military alliance of 34 countries, mostly predominantly Sunni, notably Turkey, Egypt, Pakistan, in order to "fight terrorism", without that includes Iraq, while some Iraqi Sunni forces called on the government to join FOR IMMEDIATE Islamic military alliance.