The Secretary-General of the Kurdistan Islamic Union, Salahuddin Muhammad Bahaauddin, confirmed, on Saturday, that what is happening in Baghdad will include the region sooner or later.
Secretary-General said in a speech during his participation in the talent development camp in Sulaymaniyah, "The current events in Baghdad will turn to the Kurdistan region sooner or later, and that officials in the region do not have plans and programs to deal with the incidents."
He added, "The situation in Iraq and the region is very complex. Unfortunately, the political leaders, despite decades of experience and struggle, were not able to deal with events positively, which indicates the failure of their plans and programs."
He noted that "the issue of changing the curriculum of Islamic education in schools is global planning and has been working on for a while," stressing that "changing the curriculum of Islamic education is a great injustice to the Kurdish society and the history of the Kurds. The Kurdish community wants authentic Islamic education."
Secretary-General called on teachers to "do their utmost to raise a conscious and healthy generation," noting that "although teachers, like other groups of people, suffer from the injustice of delayed salaries, this should not be reflected in their education of students."
He stressed that "there are many plans and attempts to divert young people from their proper upbringing, and this is what burdens teachers, especially the teachers of the Kurdistan Islamic Union."