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Arrest Warrant Issued for Saddam's Daughter
FOX NEWS ^
| Ed Barnes
Posted on 04/20/2010 2:17:34 PM PDT by Doogle
A revised arrest warrant recently posted by Interpol may finally lead to the capture and extradition of Saddam Husseins eldest daughter, who is charged with supporting terrorist activities in Iraq.
Raghad Hussein, who lives in Amman, Jordan, under the protection of King Abdullah II, was charged in November 2006 with supporting the Iraqi insurgency. But in the murky world of Middle East politics, neither the warrant nor the charges against her created much of a stir. She was, after all, Saddam Hussein's daughter. And in the chaos that followed the coalition invasion of Iraq, no one quite believed that the justice system worked there.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: iraq; raghad; raghadhussein; saddam; saddamfamily
..size up her neck
posted on 04/20/2010 2:17:34 PM PDT
At first glance, I thought her name was Raghead..........
posted on 04/20/2010 2:19:18 PM PDT
(When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty. - Thomas Jefferson)
aaawww ****, you stole my thunder....was gonna use it later..*smiles*
posted on 04/20/2010 2:20:33 PM PDT
(IT'S THAT TIME AGAIN....PLEASE donate, because it's the RIGHT thing to do)
They left out the apostrophe in the name “Ragh’ad”
posted on 04/20/2010 2:21:35 PM PDT
by T Minus Four
(Abortion: one dead, one wounded.)
posted on 04/20/2010 2:49:00 PM PDT
posted on 04/20/2010 2:55:52 PM PDT
(I am the warrant and the sanction)
Looks like him, without the beard.
posted on 04/20/2010 3:01:12 PM PDT
(NEW TAG ====> **REPEAL OR REBEL!** -- Islam Delenda Est! -- Rumble thee forth)
posted on 04/20/2010 3:10:26 PM PDT
(sic semper tyrannis)
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