• The Personal Resume of His Eminence, Sayyid Al-Hakeem

    Ammar Bin Abdulaziz Muhsin Al-TabaTabi, the eldest son of Sayyid Abdulaziz Al-Hakeem “Aziz Al-Iraq” and the grandson of Supreme Religious Reference, Imam Sayyid Muhsin Al-Hakeem “May Allah be content with him”. His Grandfather, from his mother’s side, Scholar Mohammed Hadi Al-Sadr, was a prominent religious and social figure.



    Birth and Upbringing:

    -  Born in Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf in 1971,

    Sayyid Al-Hakeem grew up in a stage of growing conflict between Al-Ba’th Party regime and the Iraqi people and their main powers.

    He finished the 3rd elementary grade at the Schools of Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf until his family had to move abroad.




    In 1979, due to persecution and the pursuit of Imam Al-Hakeem’s family, they had to migrate abroad to Syria, which was a transitional phase in the life of Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem, who didn’t turn 9 years old yet. After Damascus, his new destination was Tehran, where the start of Islamic Project development and the formation of the political, jihadist, and cultural institutions of the Iraqi opposition has begun and was led by his uncle, Sayyid Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakeem.



    In the diaspora

    Sayyid Al-Hakeem entered Iranian schools after mastering the Persian language and graduated to study at the Islamic University in Holy Qom, where he received a master's degree in sharia law and Islamic knowledge.

    - He continued his religious education in the Holy Qom's Hawza and has reached the stage of abroad research, which is an advanced stage in the studies of Hawza.

    - Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem lived close to his uncle, Sayyid Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakeem, since his childhood. In his youth, he became the young version of this magnificent person.

    - At the jihadist level, he maintained communication with Badr Brigade forces on the harsh front lines. 



    The Journey Home, Founding the Islamic Propagation Institution

    Sayyid Al-Hakeem’s most prominent official work is his establishment of a streamlined and self-empowered system, which was later transformed into the largest Iraqi and Islamic cultural institutions and was largely accepted by the United Nations, Shaheed Al-Mihrab Foundation (Martyr of the Altar) which began with the name “Islamic Propagation Institution”.

    - In 2007, he served as Vice-President of the Supreme Council.

    - Was elected Chairman of the Supreme Islamic Council of Iraq unanimously in 2009, following the departure of Sayyid Abdulaziz Al-Hakeem (May Allah Sanctify His Soul).

    - Founded Baghdad bureau, which is an ad hoc council covering all segments of society to discuss ways of improving it.



    Chairmanship of the Iraqi National Alliance

    On September 5, 2016, he was elected Chairman of the Iraqi National Alliance, the largest parliamentary bloc in the Iraqi Parliament for the 2014-2018 session. As soon as he was elected to chair the Iraqi National Alliance (INA) he constituted delegations headed by the Alliance to visit the governorates of Iraq to observe the service and security situation, identify problems and obstacles experienced in the country's governorates, and promise to follow up with the relevant ministries and institutions; Many of these problems have been solved. For more information, the archives of the Iraqi National Alliance can be accessed for revision. He also led the National Alliance's delegation to visit several States in the region, most notably Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Iran, and Tunisia.

    -  Al-Hakeem demanded elections to elect a new chairperson to carry on the assignments on more than one occasion, the last of which was four months before the end of his chairmanship.



    Establishment and launch of Al-Hikma National Movement

    On July 24, 2017, Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem announced the establishment and launch of Al-Hikma National Movement, he was elected by a free and direct election as the Chairman of Al-Hikma National Movement at its founding conference held in Baghdad on December 1, 2017.



    Chairmanship of the Alliance for Reform and Reconstruction

    At the first meeting of the leadership Committee of the Alliance for Reform and Reconstruction on 19/11/2018, Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem was selected as Chairman of the Alliance for Reform and Reconstruction, which includes (Sairoun Coalition, Nasr Coalition, Al-Hikma National Movement’s List, National Coalition, Al-Qarrar Alliance, Turkmen Front, and the Christian, Sabean, and Yezidi Component Representatives, in addition to other powers) At its meeting held on 22/12/2018, the General Assembly voted unanimously to elect Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem as Chairman of the Alliance for Reform and Reconstruction.



    Chairmanship of the Iraqis coalition

    On June 30, 2020, on the centenary of the 1920 Iraqi Revolt, he announced the formation of the Iraqis coalition, a large, state-driven, mass political alliance from the state works within its framework to support the powerful, capable State, with national sovereignty, and the pure public will, away from narrow class quotas and agendas. Sayyid Al-Hakeem was elected to lead this coalition.



    Chairmanship of the National State’s Powers Alliance

    In preparation to contest the Parliamentary elections on 10/10/2021, on the centenary of founding the Iraqi State, the National State’s Powers Alliance was announced. Sayyid Al-Hakeem was elected to lead this coalition.



    Most prominent publications of Sayyid Al-Hakeem

    • She and Society
    • Youth and the Modern Just State
    • Moderation and Construction Discourse (19 Directories)
    • Managing and Building the State (3 Volumes)
    • Flashbacks of the Pure Prophet’s Family
    • The Imam of Humanity
    • Karbala, a Method, and Generosity
    • Karbala, a Life’s Message
    • Hope Message
    • Innovators
    • Aziz Al-Iraq, Biography’s Glimpse
    • Our Youth
    • Dignified Woman
    • Our Ladies



    Most prominent initiatives of Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem

    Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakeem launched several initiatives to improve the development reality, build the state, and dedicate attention to all society’s segments, i.e.:



    Social Development Vision Initiative to build the state:

    1. Iraqi child rights initiative
    2. Persons with disabilities initiative (empowerment)
    3. Development program to support women
    4. Provincial Reality Improvement Initiative
    5. Al-Basrah, Iraq’s Economic capital
    6. Maysan rehabilitation project
    7. Dhi-Qar the civilization’s cradle, and southern gate
    8. Al-Muthanna’s vast space development initiative
    9. (Karbala, Iraq’s Pride) project
    10. (Diwaniya’s Goods) project
    11. (Al-Najaf, Iraq’s scientific capital) project
    12. (Babylon, the ancient history and national unity) project
    13. (Wasit, the futuristic province) initiative
    14. (Baghdad 2020, Capital of hope and development) Initiative