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Izzat Ibrihim Al Douri
Fanning the Flames
France and terrorism
President Saddam Hussein
Khalil Dulaimi, Esq.
Izzat Ibrihim Al Douri
Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder

"Aggression is illegitimate
  and that which is built
  on illegitimacy
  is illegitimate."

An Iraqi police chief told Reuters on Sunday that eight men had been detained in the northern city of Kirkuk and had confessed to plotting to kill Raed Jouhi, the chief investigator of the tribunal who built the case against Saddam.

Colonel Anwar Khader Mohammed said the men were seized four days ago. They were found with bomb-making equipment, maps, and a letter from Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, Saddam's former top deputy, urging them to track down and kill Jouhi.