Tony Blair alerte sur le danger que représente le fondamentalisme islamique. Il décrit l'influence de l'Iran et de l'islamisme qui supportent les groupes terroristes et font tout pour déstabiliser le Moyen Orient et empêcher toute paix avec Israël. Le but de l'Iran et des islamistes est d'empêcher les pays musulmans d'avancer vers le progrès afin d'y imposer à terme la révolution islamique comme en Iran.
Tony Blair faces another public grilling about his costly decision to invade Iraq after he was recalled by the official inquiry into the war.
The former prime minister will answer further questions about Britain's involvement in the conflict when he returns to give evidence early next year.
Other key Labour government figures involved in ruling on the legality of the war have also been asked to provide more information for the five-strong Iraq Inquiry panel.
Ex-foreign secretary Jack Straw will appear as a witness again and former attorney general Lord Goldsmith will provide extra written evidence.
Mr Blair mounted a vigorous defence of the 2003 invasion of Iraq when he appeared before the inquiry on January 29, insisting he had no regrets over removing Saddam Hussein and would do the same again.
But critics of the war and families of the 179 British troops who died in the conflict condemned his appearance, saying he evaded the panel's questions and refused to admit his mistakes.
No date has been fixed for Mr Blair's second session before the inquiry, which has been set down for half a day.