BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Premier Maliki regarded denominational cries by internal and external parties as "most dangerous on the security of the country and the lives of the Iraqi people".
In a comment on the explosions that hit Baghdad, he warned against "a plan to deter the country from living in security and peaceful co-existence".
Maliki called all political blocs, the intellectuals, civil organizations, tribal leaders and the citizens "to unify ranks and cooperate with the authorities to stop the incitement operations now going on".
He warned that the armed forces "will strike terrorism and follow up the inciters".
On the other hand, he called the media not to help terrorism from any political inclination.
"Government organs should firmly deal with any act or saying that encourages such violations", Maliki confirmed.
Baghdad witnessed a number of explosions that resulted in killing 30 people and wounding tens, at a time the demonstrations continued in Anbar province for more than 50 days that called for political reforms, neglecting the Sunni sect and random arrests.