SIIC


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SIIC

An initialism of "see if I care," meaning, "I absolutely do not care at all if you do or go through with something." Used exclusively in informal written communications. A: "I'm telling Dad about this when he gets home!" B: "LOL, fine, SIIC." A: "Hey babe, I'm going out with the guys tonight." B: "Go ahead, SIIC. It's only our anniversary, you jerk."

See if I care!

Inf. I do not care if you do it! Mary: That does it! I'm going home to Mother! John: See if I care! Sue: I'm putting the sofa here, whether you like it or not. Bill: Go ahead! See if I care!
See also: if, see

See if I care!

and SIIC
exclam. & comp. abb. Go ahead and do it because I don’t care. Leave early! SIIC!
See also: if, see

SIIC

verb
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The first consists of SIIC head Ammar al-Hakim and outgoing vice-president Adel Abdul-Mahdi and the second by Sadruddin Qabbanji and Shiekh Hamam Hamoudi.
The Buratha website, which is close to the SIIC, reported that the Iraqi ambassador to Washington, Samir al-Samarrai, was slapped by a Maliki guard during the premier s visit last week to the United States.
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A1-Maliki and the Shiite Dawa/Enforcing the Law are usually described as moderates, in contrast to even more radical Shiite forces, such as the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council (SIIC), headed by Abdul Azziz al-Hakim, and candidates endorsed by the Mahdi Army's Muqtada al-Sadr.
That party is the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council (SIIC), the new name adopted last year by the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), which was founded in 1982 in Iran by the al-Hakim clerical family and Mahmud Hashemi-Shahrudi.
But many Mahdi Army leaders were said to favour allowing it to lapse, complaining that their cadres had been targeted by the Iraqi security forces associated with the rival Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council (SIIC).
Maliki recently established an alliance between Iraq's two Kurdish parties, his Shi'ite al-Da'wa al-Islamiya faction and the Shi'ite Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council (SIIC).
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"Members of the SIIC political bureau attended the meeting with the sheikh," he added.
Spanish real estate developer Colonial (MCE:L1CAR) said on Thursday its French unit Societe Fonciere Lyonnaise (EPA:FLY), or SFL, was in exclusive negotiations to take some 30% in SIIC de Paris (EPA:IMMP), a unit of Spanish rival Realia (MCE:RLIA).
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iraqi top Shiite figure said that the Sunday meeting between the country's incumbent Prime Minister and the leader of the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council (SIIC) was part of a political move to bring Iraq out of political impasse, and hoped that Iraq's political parties would soon resolve their problems.
The Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council (SIIC), the second largest winner of seats in the INA, is pushing for its candidate, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, to be chosen as PM.
In his April 1 address, Hakim said his SIIC was open to an alliance with Allawi's Iraqiya.