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  • "The Army of Muhammad" Confesses: We Received Aid in Money and Arms from Syria and Iran

    01/18/2005 8:42:39 AM PST · by TexKat · 9 replies · 949+ views
    MemriTV ^ | 1/14/05
    The following are excerpts from the televised confessions of Muayed Al-Nasseri, who commanded Saddam Hussein's "the Army of Muhammad" throughout 2004. The confessions were aired by the Iraqi TV channel that operated from the UAE, Al-Fayhaa TV, on January 14, 2005. Interrogator: What is your name? Muayed Al-Nasseri: Colonel Muayed Yassin 'Aziz 'Abd Al-Razaq Al-Nasseri, commander of the Army of Muhammad, one of the resistance factions in Iraq. The Army of Muhammad was founded by Saddam Hussein after the fall of the regime, on April 9, 2003. At first, Yasser Al-Shab'awi was put in charge, until his captured in July...
  • Izzat al-Douri pledges to fight U.S. troops in Iraq

    07/15/2008 11:30:16 PM PDT · by flyfree · 11 replies · 78+ views
    VOI ^ | 15 /07 /2008
    BAGHDAD, July 15 (VOI) - Izzat Ibrahim al Douri, Iraq's former military commander and Saddam Hussein's vice president, criticized al-Qaeda network in Iraq and Mahdi Army militias loyal to Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr in his first audio call, vowing to fight U.S. troops in Iraq. Al Douri, who has not been seen since the last days of Saddam's rule, became the leader of the Baath Party after Saddam's execution in December 2006. It was unclear why al Douri chose this time to release an audio tape — his first ever at a time that Iraq is witnessing an all time...
  • Iraq: Izzat Ibrahim nominated as new ‘Baath’ leader

    01/02/2007 1:10:54 PM PST · by jmc1969 · 18 replies · 565+ views
    PakTribune ^ | January 3 2006
    The former vice-president of Baath Party, Izzat Ibrahim has been appointed as the new party leader after the execution of Saddam Hussain, according to a statement issued from the party today. Saddam Hussein`s fugitive deputy Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri vowed that the ousted president`s execution would only strengthen the anti-US insurgency in an internet statement posted Tuesday. "I call on the valiant commanders of the jihad and the brave fighters in all jihadi groups to strive seriously to create a jihad and resistance front .. in order to destroy the enemy and liberate our beloved homeland," said the statement posted on...
  • Ex-Saddam deputy urges rejecting talks

    11/27/2006 10:47:55 AM PST · by TexKat · 8 replies · 472+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 10/27/06 | SALAH NASRAWI
    DAMASCUS, Syria — A former top deputy to Saddam Hussein has urged followers in a letter to turn down proposals for reconciliation talks with the United States or the Iraqi government, according to former Baath party members outside Iraq familiar with the letter. It is unclear if the message from Izzat Ibrahim, Saddam's former vice president and now a fugitive with a $10 million bounty on his head, is being followed. But it appears aimed at blunting a flurry of diplomacy to stabilize Iraq, including efforts by several Arab governments to persuade Iraqi Sunni insurgents to lay down arms and...
  • Saddam's right-hand man dies (Izzat Ibrahim Al-Dhouri)

    11/11/2005 9:57:46 AM PST · by jmc1969 · 163 replies · 8,648+ views
    Xinhuanet ^ | November 11 2005
    Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, aide to Saddam Hussein, died on Friday, al-Arabiya TV channel quoted a statement by the Baath party as saying. Al-Douri, vice chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council under Saddam's regime, ranks No. 6 among the 55 most wanted by the United States with a 10-million-dollar bounty on his head. He died early Friday, the statement said, without giving more details.
  • Iraqi govt says senior insurgent leader caught(Related to Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri)

    04/17/2005 9:47:44 AM PDT · by Dog · 39 replies · 2,743+ views
    Khaleej Times/Reuters ^ | 17 April 2005
    BAGHDAD - Iraq security forces have captured a senior insurgent leader related to Izzat Ibrahim, one of the most sought-after men in the country, the government said on Sunday. Hashim Hussein Radhan al-Jabouri, a nephew of Ibrahim’s, was captured north of Baghdad on March 7, the government said in a statement. He is believed to have commanded a militant cell in the Zaab river region of northeastern Iraq.Jabouri, a former officer in Saddam Hussein’s intelligence services, received funding from Ibrahim to set up his network and carry out insurgent operations, according to the statement.Ibrahim, one of Saddam’s top aides, is...
  • You monkey, you minion shut up and sit down

    03/05/2003 3:34:27 PM PST · by MadIvan · 42 replies · 423+ views
    The Times ^ | March 6, 2003 | David Charter
    IT WAS supposed to be a show of Muslim unity to convince Western leaders to hold back from a war. Representatives of 54 Islamic countries representing a billion people gathered in the Gulf state of Qatar for a stage-managed plea for peace, but they left last night with their divisions laid bare. A bitter exchange of insults between the Iraqis and Kuwaitis was followed by a frank admission from the host nation that Arab states needed to be more honest with their people about the Gulf crisis — especially those, such as Qatar, that are hosting American forces. The extraordinary...
  • US closing in on Saddam man(al-Douri update)

    12/06/2003 10:32:38 AM PST · by Dog · 2 replies · 169+ views
    News24 ^ | Dec 6,2003 | NA
    US closing in on Saddam man 06/12/2003 17:04 - (SA) Baghdad - US troops acting on a tip about one of the wives of Saddam Hussein's fugitive number two Izzat Ibrahim on Saturday detained the brother of a security guard from Ibrahim's office. The detention was the latest step in a massive country-wide manhunt for Ibrahim, who has a $10m bounty on his head. Troops took away the man, whose name was not immediately available, after they raided a house in southeast Baghdad on Saturday afternoon. "The other brother, who is not here, worked as security in the office that...
  • Islamic Summit Rocked as Iraq Slams Kuwait:"Shut up you ... (U.S.) agent, you monkey. ..."

    03/05/2003 3:17:40 PM PST · by demlosers · 23 replies · 286+ views
    Reuters ^ | Wednesday, March 5, 2003; 12:18 PM | By Ghaida Ghantous
    DOHA, Qatar (Reuters) - Bitter enmity between Iraq and Kuwait erupted in a vitriolic name-calling match on Wednesday at an Islamic summit meant to unite the voices of the world's one billion Muslims against war. In a clash caught on live television before the Qatar state broadcaster shut down transmission, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's top aide Izzat Ibrahim departed from his text to zero in on the Kuwaitis sitting across the conference chamber. "Shut up you minion, you (U.S.) agent, you monkey. You are addressing Iraq," Ibrahim said. "You are insolent. You are a traitor to the Islamic nation," he...
  • Coalition offers 10 million dollars for capture of Saddam's number two

    11/19/2003 7:45:50 AM PST · by ds03 · 3 replies · 233+ views
    ProLog ^ | 11/19/03 | AFP
    BAGHDAD, Nov 19 (AFP) - The US-led coalition published Wednesday a wanted poster for Saddam Hussein's number two -- Izzat Ibrahim -- and offering a 10-million-dollar reward for his capture. "Information leading to the capture of Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri is worth up to 10 million dollars," says the black poster carrying his photograph saluting in military uniform. The 61-year-old former vice-president of Iraq's once all-powerful Revolution Command Council and long-time Saddam ally is suspected of coordinating attacks on coalition forces and masterminding an unholy alliance between Islamic militants and Baath party loyalists. "Report any information to coalition authorities. Apprehending former...
  • US: SADDAM'S DEPUTY BEHIND ATTACKS

    11/17/2003 10:03:47 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 36 replies · 117+ views
    Sky News ^ | 11/17/03
    The US Army claims to have evidence that Saddam Hussein's deputy, Izzat Ibrahim, is behind some of the recent attacks on Coalition forces inside Iraq. It comes as the US military confirmed that two soldiers had been killed in attacks north of Baghdad. In relation to Ibrahim, Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt said: "We are getting more intelligence that suggests he was directly implicated in the killing of some Coalition soldiers." More to follow...
  • Ba'ath official held as soldiers die

    10/29/2003 4:16:41 AM PST · by Dog · 11 replies · 132+ views
    Berkshire.uk.co ^ | Oct 2 2003
    Ba'ath official held as soldiers die Oct 2 2003 American soldiers have arrested a suspected former Ba'ath Party official in northern Iraq, as three American soldiers were killed in separate attacks. A soldier from the 1st Armoured Division was shot and killed while on patrol in the al-Mansour district of western Baghdad, the US command said. A female soldier from the 4th Infantry Division also died when a roadside bomb exploded about 300 yards from the main US base in Tikrit, Saddam Hussein's hometown. Two other soldiers were wounded in the blast. Another soldier from the 4th Infantry Division died...
  • Iraqi Ex-No.2 Vows Payback [As Usual...]

    08/17/2003 8:47:48 PM PDT · by Ex-Dem · 3 replies · 215+ views
    NineMSN (Aus.) ^ | 8-18-03 | AFP
    AFP - The Al-Arabiya news channel said it had received a letter purportedly from Iraq's former number two Ezzat Ibrahim promising to avenge the deaths of Saddam Hussein's slain sons. If authentic, it would be the first message from Ibrahim, who was also vice president of the once-powerful Revolution Command Council, since the fall of the former regime in April 9. "I swear that no-one will be left at peace as long as Uday and Qusay are not avenged, as long as Iraq is not liberated and as long the infidel colonisers, traitors and apostates are not killed," said the...
  • Intelligence examines cargo flight from Baghdad to Belarus (Saddam's SAFE HAVEN?)

    04/25/2003 8:05:13 AM PDT · by Happy2BMe · 46 replies · 389+ views
    The World Tribune ^ | 25 April, 2003
    Intelligence examines cargo flight from Baghdad to Belarus SPECIAL TO WORLD TRIBUNE.COMFriday, April 25, 2003 Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has obtained safe haven in Belarus, several intelligence agencies believe. Western intelligence sources said several intelligence agencies in the Middle East and Europe base this assessment on new information about a March 29 flight from Baghdad to Minsk. They said the flight of a chartered cargo plane could have transported Saddam, his sons and much of his family to Belarus. "There's no proof that Saddam was on the plane but we have proof that a plane left on that day...
  • How Saddam tried to cover up Galloway's links with regime

    04/23/2003 4:18:30 PM PDT · by MadIvan · 38 replies · 452+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | April 24, 2003 | David Blair
    Saddam Hussein sought to protect George Galloway by severing the Iraqi intelligence service's contacts with the Labour backbencher, according to an official document found by The Daily Telegraph in Baghdad. This letter, found in the files of the Iraqi foreign ministry, explained that any disclosure of Mr Galloway's "relationship" with the Mukhabarat, which operated as both secret police and intelligence service, would do great harm to his political career. A letter from Izzat Ibrahim, Saddam's deputy on the Ba'ath Party's Revolutionary Command Council, dated May 6, 2000 stated that: "It is better not to engage the Mukhabarat in the relationship...
  • Details on Assassination of Iraq Leadership (Baghdad Bob Lives!)

    04/14/2003 12:52:36 PM PDT · by ewing · 41 replies · 666+ views
    Arabic News and Jordanian Paper 'Al Dotsour' ^ | April 14, 2003 | politics wire staff
    Well informed sources told the Jordanian Daily Al Dotsour yesterday that an operation of collective assassination was made by American-British forces on the Iraqi leadership and was carried out, according to an intelligence plan in the Al Mansour suburb of Baghdad. The sources said that two of the dissident Senior Iraqi Military Leaders coordinated with one of the Leaders of the Republican Guard in an operation to monitor the date and place of a meeting for the Iraqi leadership, noting that the Senior Member of the Republican Guard carried out this mission completely.The paper explained that he was informed by...
  • Report: Saddam Still Alive (but Qusai dead)

    03/21/2003 12:28:51 AM PST · by HAL9000 · 18 replies · 277+ views
    Newsday ^ | March 21, 2003 | Knute Royce
    EXCERPT - Washington -- U.S. intelligence officials are confident that a cruise missile attack at dawn Thursday killed several members of Saddam Hussein's inner circle, perhaps including one of his sons, but that Hussein himself is still alive, according to intelligence sources. They said that they believe Hussein's son Qusai, who was recently placed in charge of the defense of the Baghdad and Tikrit region, as well as one of Hussein's most trusted lieutenants, Izzat Ibrahim, may have been among those killed when cruise missiles hit a residential compound in the opening salvo of the war. Officials told The Associated...
  • Iraq Envoy Dubs Kuwait 'Monkey' at Islamic Summit (Outburst at Islamic Summit)

    03/05/2003 2:33:45 AM PST · by kattracks · 9 replies · 602+ views
    Reuters | 3/05/03
    March 5— DOHA (Reuters) - Saddam Hussein's right-hand man brought uproar to an emergency Islamic summit on Wednesday, calling a Kuwaiti representative a "monkey" and a "traitor." "Shut up you minion, you (U.S.) agent, you monkey. You are addressing Iraq," the second-in-command of Iraq's Revolutionary Command Council Izzat Ibrahim spat out before he was interrupted by the leader of summit host Qatar.The unidentified official from Kuwait, liberated from Iraqi occupation in 1991 by a U.S.-led force, tried to fight back, but his comments could not be heard over the fray."You are insolent. You are a traitor to the Islamic nation,"...
  • Hussein Is Urged by Arab Emirates to Give Up Power

    03/01/2003 12:06:33 PM PST · by GeneD · 1 replies · 200+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 03/01/2003 (for editions of 03/02/2003) | Steven Lee Myers
    SHARM EL SHEIK, Egypt, March 1 — The United Arab Emirates today became the first Arab country to call for President Saddam Hussein of Iraq to step down, presenting the idea to a summit meeting of Arab leaders as the only way to avoid an American-led war and the devastation it could cause the Iraqi people. "The Iraqi leadership should decide to give up power in Iraq and to leave Iraq," the president of the United Arab Emirates, Sheik Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahayan, declared in a statement issued here, saying he wanted to propose "a way out of this complicated...
  • From Its Palaces, Iraq's View Is of a World Filled With Allies

    10/19/2002 1:07:58 PM PDT · by GeneD · 5 replies · 201+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 10/19/2002 (for editions of 10/20/2002) | John F. Burns
    BAGHDAD, Iraq, Oct. 19 — As Iraq confronts the possibility of a new war with the United States, its leaders appear to have concluded that they have one decisive advantage that they lacked during the countdown to the Persian Gulf war 12 years ago: this time, they seem convinced, the world is on their side and against the United States. "The world has abandoned America; it has become isolated," Saddam Hussein's No. 2 man, Izzat Ibrahim, boasted as he announced the result of this week's election: Iraqis, by official reckoning, had re-elected Saddam Hussein to his position of absolute power...
  • Saddam Sworn in For Another Term

    10/17/2002 6:37:03 PM PDT · by GeneD · 16 replies · 232+ views
    Filed at 9:12 p.m. ET BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) -- President Saddam Hussein swore himself in for another seven years in power Thursday, with a speech warning the United States and ordinary Iraqi's that bloodshed could be at hand. The Iraqi leader choked with tears as he took the oath of office, self-administered after a popular referendum Tuesday in which Iraq said Saddam won 100 percent turnout and 100 percent approval for his more than two-decade rule. The ceremony was broadcast live on Iraqi TV. The vote, dismissed by exile groups and the United States, came in the shadow of a...