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Iraqi Expat

Monday, March 14, 2005

New arrests

Iraqi National Guard arrested Faisal Al Delaimi, member of Islamic Clerics Council in Iraq, and 57 others [news in Arabic]. They also arrested three Afghans on their way to Mousel to join the terrorists.

Also arrested [news in Arabic] Abdullah Mahir Abdul Rashid, Qusay's brother-in-law, and Marwan Tahir Abdul Rashid, Saddam's bodyguard, in Tikrit. Abdullah received money from Quasay to support terrorism and Marwan is accused of attacks against Iraqi security forces.

There are other arrests being made everyday, so lets hope that we get them all!

Update: Iraqi National Guard arrested Sheikh Yunis Mahdi Alekaidi, the representitive of the Islamic Clerics Council in Al Dewanya [news in Arabic].

3 Comments:

Blogger Brian H said...

I hope they add the entire MSA to the list soon. What a bunch of snakes they are!

March 15, 2005 2:26 am  
Blogger Louise said...

Wow! Good news is just popping up all over the place. I can't remember a two week stretch with as many exhilarating events happening in a long, long time. In fact, maybe never. The only thing that comes close, in my mind, is the fall of the Berlin Wall, but that, however significant it may have been, was only one event. But, like the last two weeks, it signals the beginning of a new era.

March 15, 2005 1:27 pm  
Blogger dcat said...

Ahmad,

times a changen!

March 15, 2005 5:29 pm  

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