Friday, December 07, 2007


Izzat so?

A year and a half ago TIME Magazine published an interview with Izzat al-Douri, Iraq's former vice-president who it appears is, more than anyone, directing the resistance in Iraq. Today we learn he's still out there:
Former Iraq's vice president under Saddam Hussein has escaped an Iraqi security raid on him in Salaheddin province, north of Baghdad.

A senior provincial official told Xinhua on Friday that Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri escaped an overnight raid on his hideout in a village east of Tikrit City, 170 kilometers north Iraqi capital.
Back in 2003 the U.S. arrested al-Douri's wife and daughter to try to force him out of hiding; it didn't work. At least six months later they were still being held; for all we know they still are, just like the still un-charged Gen. Amer al-Saadi (crime: telling the truth to Colin Powell's lies), Tariq Aziz, and many others who have for all intents and purposes been "disappeared."

Why stop here? There's more...

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