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The Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI) was founded in 1982 by Iraqi opposition groups in Iran, with Sayyid Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim as the leader. He was the son of Late Grand Ayatollah Mohsin al-Hakim (d. 1970), the highest Shia religious authority in his time. He enjoyed a strong relationship with Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khomeini.

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Politics Although Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim announced that he left ISCI, he apparently retained all of ISCI’s assets. 07/24/2017 08:21 pm ET Updated Jul 26, 2017 [emptylink] [emptylink] [emptylink] <span>The Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI) was founded in 1982 to collect all Iraqi opposition groups in Iran under one umbrella, with Sayyid Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim as the entity’s leader. Al-Hakim’s credentials included more than his clerical capacity to lead an Islamist Shia party, which were very adequate. He was also the son of Late Grand Ayatollah Mohsin al-Hakim (d. 1970), the highest Shia religious authority in his time, and a member of an Iraqi family that maintained a strong clerical reputation and/therefore they became a favored target for Saddam Hussein’s Ba’th Party oppression. Most importantly, Sayyid Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim enjoyed a strong relationship with Iran’s first Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khomeini. SCIRI remained as a coalition of parties for a while before dissent started and several of its components departed, most notable of those was the Da’wa Party. Over the years, it became




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SCIRI remained as a coalition of parties until several of its components departed, incl. the Da’wa Party.

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favored target for Saddam Hussein’s Ba’th Party oppression. Most importantly, Sayyid Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim enjoyed a strong relationship with Iran’s first Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khomeini. <span>SCIRI remained as a coalition of parties for a while before dissent started and several of its components departed, most notable of those was the Da’wa Party. Over the years, it became just another Shia opposition party, one of many, but maintained the edge of being led by Sayyid Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim, who enjoyed wide support and respect




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Several ISCI founders found themselves marginalized by the young newcomers. They began to raise their criticism of ISCI’s leader. Some of them traveled to Iran to apply pressure on al-Hakim . They also intended to run for the 2018 elections outside ISCI. In a preemptive move, Ammar al-Hakim announced in July 2017 that he established a new political party he named “National Wisdom Movement”.

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too young to lead ISCI’s old establishment, most of whom older than his late father, and they were disenchanted by his plan to gradually increase the number of young members in the leadership. <span>Several ISCI founders simply found themselves marginalized and overruled by the young newcomers. They began to withdraw from the political scene and raise their criticism of ISCI’s leader. Some of them recently traveled to Iran to apply pressure on al-Hakim to return to ISCI’s founding principles. They also announced their intent to run for the 2018 elections outside ISCI. In a preemptive move, Ammar al-Hakim announced today (24 July 2017) that he left ISCI and established a new political party he named “National Wisdom Movement”. He appeared on his ISCI-owned TV with eight Iraqi flags behind him and the pictures of three symbols of al-Hakim family: his grandfather Grand Ayatollah Mohsin al-Hakim, his uncle Sayyi




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The word “Islamic” was dropped form the movement’s name to indicate that the new party, al-Wataniya, is not religious in nature — the current political trend in Iraq favors “civil”, non-religious groups.

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im, his uncle Sayyid Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim and his father Sayyid Abdulaziz al-Hakim. The set’s dominant color was changed from ISCI’s yellow to blue, the new movement’s chosen color. However, <span>the word “Islamic” was dropped form the movement’s name to indicate that the new party is not religious in nature — the current political trend in Iraq favors “civil”, non-religious groups. Although Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim announced that he left ISCI, he apparently retained all the significant assets of ISCI: Al-Furat TV station, all ISCI’s affiliate organizations, ISCI’s M




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All the ills of ISCI are being blamed now on the “old guard”, while the National Wisdom Movement is portrayed as a project to rejuvenate Shia politics by promoting a young energetic political class with a pragmatic worldview. The new National Wisdom Movement, although led by/and in the name of a clerical family, did not include the word “Islamic”, but went for the word “National” instead. The founding declaration made it clear that they will be open to including anyone from the diverse Iraqi ethno-sectarian mix who is interested in joining them. The only card in the hands of the remaining ISCI elements and their group now is the support of Iran.

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ion during their terms in politics and the time they were working for ISCI. The current narrative of their “departing” partners is depicting them as old guard who refuse any change or progress. <span>All the ills of ISCI are being blamed now on the “old guard”, while the National Wisdom Movement is portrayed as a project to rejuvenate Shia politics by promoting a young energetic political class with a pragmatic worldview. The new National Wisdom Movement, although led by/and in the name of a clerical family, did not include the word “Islamic”, but went for the word “National” instead. The founding declaration made it clear that they will be open to including anyone from the diverse Iraqi ethno-sectarian mix who is interested in joining them. The only card in the hands of the remaining ISCI elements and their group now is the support of Iran. Will they be able to convince the Iranians that ISCI is still a relevant horse in the Iraqi political race? The answer to this question depends on how Iran plans to distribute its polit




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تحالف الاصلاح والإعمار


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ق أعضاء تحالف الاصلاح والاعمار يعقدون اجتماعهم الثاني في فندق بابل من قبل رووداو 23/9/2018 1075 مشاهدة أعضاء تحالف الاصلاح والاعمار يعقدون اجتماعهم الثاني في فندق بابل رووداو - أربيل بدأ اجتماع <span>تحالف الاصلاح والإعمار، مساء اليوم الأحد، في فندق بابل بالعاصمة العراقية بغداد، وبحضور معظم قياداته، لمناقشة عدد من المواضيع الخاصة بتشكيل الحكومة المقبلة. وحضر الاجتماع، كل حيدر العبادي وإياد علاوي وعمار الح







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n, in the presence of the three presidencies, but the imbalance in the quorum of the meeting, was the withdrawal of a coalition of state law, and the alliance of conquest, and blocks Sunni, The <span>Alliance of “Construction and Reform” formed by Abadi, Sadr, Hakim and Allawi, in addition to the minorities, presented a paper with the number of deputies of the largest bloc, to the head of the age. The alliance of “victo







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In the work "Sobre a Geração e a Corrupção" ,Aristotle gives us two of his most remembered contributions. First, the Four Causes and also the Four Elements (earth, wind, fire and water). He uses these four elements to provide an explanation for the theories of other Greeks concerning atoms, an idea Aristotle considered absurd.

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some prime material, or whether everything is generated purely through "alteration." Alteration concerned itself with the ability for elements to change based on common and uncommon qualities. <span>From this important work Aristotle gives us two of his most remembered contributions. First, the Four Causes and also the Four Elements (earth, wind, fire and water). He uses these four elements to provide an explanation for the theories of other Greeks concerning atoms, an idea Aristotle considered absurd. Bibliography[edit] The most recent and authoritative[1] Greek text is the Budé edition by Marwan Rashed, Aristote. De la géneration et la corruption. Nouvelle édition. Paris: Les Belles




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some prime material, or whether everything is generated purely through "alteration." Alteration concerned itself with the ability for elements to change based on common and uncommon qualities. <span>From this important work Aristotle gives us two of his most remembered contributions. First, the Four Causes and also the Four Elements (earth, wind, fire and water). He uses these four elements to provide an explanation for the theories of other Greeks concerning atoms, an idea Aristotle considered absurd. Bibliography[edit] The most recent and authoritative[1] Greek text is the Budé edition by Marwan Rashed, Aristote. De la géneration et la corruption. Nouvelle édition. Paris: Les Belles







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In the work "Sobre a Geração e a Corrupção" ,Aristotle gives us two of his most remembered contributions. First, the [...] and also the [...] (earth, wind, fire and water). He uses these four [...] to provide an explanation for the theories of other Greeks concerning atoms, an idea Aristotle considered absurd.
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some prime material, or whether everything is generated purely through "alteration." Alteration concerned itself with the ability for elements to change based on common and uncommon qualities. <span>From this important work Aristotle gives us two of his most remembered contributions. First, the Four Causes and also the Four Elements (earth, wind, fire and water). He uses these four elements to provide an explanation for the theories of other Greeks concerning atoms, an idea Aristotle considered absurd. Bibliography[edit] The most recent and authoritative[1] Greek text is the Budé edition by Marwan Rashed, Aristote. De la géneration et la corruption. Nouvelle édition. Paris: Les Belles







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The "four causes" are elements of an influential principle in Aristotelian thought whereby explanations of change or movement are classified into four fundamental types of answer to the question "why?"

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Jump to navigation Jump to search See also: Potentiality and actuality Aristotle's Four Causes illustrated for a table: material (wood), formal (design), efficient (carpentry), final (dining). <span>The "four causes" are elements of an influential principle in Aristotelian thought whereby explanations of change or movement are classified into four fundamental types of answer to the question "why?". Aristotle wrote that "we do not have knowledge of a thing until we have grasped its why, that is to say, its cause."[1][2] While there are cases where identifying a "cause" is difficul




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Martin Heidegger describes the four causes as follows:

  1. causa materialis is the material or matter
  2. causa formalis is the form or shape the material or matter enters
  3. causa finalis is the end
  4. causa efficiens is the effect that brings about the finished result.[

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hey do not read teleologically. Nevertheless, biologists still frequently write in a way which can be read as implying teleology even if that is not the intention. Heidegger on technology[edit] <span>In The Question Concerning Technology, Martin Heidegger describes the four causes as follows: causa materialis is the material or matter causa formalis is the form or shape the material or matter enters causa finalis is the end causa efficiens is the effect that brings about the finished result.[34] Heidegger explains it thus: Whoever builds a house or a ship or forges a sacrificial chalice reveals what is to be brought forth, according to the terms of the four modes of occasion




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hey do not read teleologically. Nevertheless, biologists still frequently write in a way which can be read as implying teleology even if that is not the intention. Heidegger on technology[edit] <span>In The Question Concerning Technology, Martin Heidegger describes the four causes as follows: causa materialis is the material or matter causa formalis is the form or shape the material or matter enters causa finalis is the end causa efficiens is the effect that brings about the finished result.[34] Heidegger explains it thus: Whoever builds a house or a ship or forges a sacrificial chalice reveals what is to be brought forth, according to the terms of the four modes of occasion







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Martin Heidegger describes the four causes as follows:

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  2. causa [...] is the form or shape the material or matter enters
  3. causa [...] is the end
  4. causa [...] is the effect that brings about the finished result.[
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hey do not read teleologically. Nevertheless, biologists still frequently write in a way which can be read as implying teleology even if that is not the intention. Heidegger on technology[edit] <span>In The Question Concerning Technology, Martin Heidegger describes the four causes as follows: causa materialis is the material or matter causa formalis is the form or shape the material or matter enters causa finalis is the end causa efficiens is the effect that brings about the finished result.[34] Heidegger explains it thus: Whoever builds a house or a ship or forges a sacrificial chalice reveals what is to be brought forth, according to the terms of the four modes of occasion







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hey do not read teleologically. Nevertheless, biologists still frequently write in a way which can be read as implying teleology even if that is not the intention. Heidegger on technology[edit] <span>In The Question Concerning Technology, Martin Heidegger describes the four causes as follows: causa materialis is the material or matter causa formalis is the form or shape the material or matter enters causa finalis is the end causa efficiens is the effect that brings about the finished result.[34] Heidegger explains it thus: Whoever builds a house or a ship or forges a sacrificial chalice reveals what is to be brought forth, according to the terms of the four modes of occasion







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