Thursday, November 17, 2005

Winning the War-- Taking out One Terrorist... One Terrorist Organization Supporter at Time

Extradition request submitted to bring Saddam Hussein nephew and terrorist leader to justice
BAGHDAD , Iraq--
Iraqi Attorney General Chathanfar Hmod Al-Jasim presented Interpol with an extradition request to bring Omar Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan Al-Tikriti, Saddam Hussein’s nephew, from Yemen’s capital back to Baghdad to stand trial for violating Article 194 of the Iraqi Penal Code – committing acts of terror.

Omar Sabawi, the son of Saddam Hussein’s half brother, Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan Al-Tikriti, has been sought by Iraqi officials for several years for his leadership role in and financial support to terrorist organizations targeting Iraqi and Coalition Forces, as well as Iraqi civilians. The recent extradition request is the latest effort to bring Omar Sabawi to justice.

Other members of the Sabawi family have been incarcerated for their roles in leading the insurgency. Omar Sabawi’s brother, Aymen, stood trial this past summer in Baghdad and received a lengthy sentence for his role in financing terrorist activities. Two other brothers, Yassir and Ibrahim, are in prison for their financial and organizational support of terrorist activities. Omar’s father, Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan Al-Tikriti, former Director of the Iraqi Intelligence Service, is awaiting trial for committing crimes against humanity.

Born in Baghdad in 1970, Omar Sabawi, aka Al-Alusi or Uma Ahmad Ali, focused much of his financial support and leadership on terrorist activities throughout northern and central Iraq, including Mosul. His efforts resulted in many deaths, injuries and destruction of property.

Attorney General Al-Jasim fully expects Yemen’s cooperation with Interpol in extraditing Omar Sabawi from Sana’a to Baghdad so that the free and democratic Iraqi people can bring Omar Sabawi to justice.
(Above taken from MNF-I News Release A051117d)

AubreyJ says:
Will you see the above on Prime Time News tonight??? I doubt it... If it is mentioned-- it will only take about 15 seconds of airtime.

Now the way I see it... If the MSM would just do their jobs and report the good with the bad-- I’d say fair enough. But they won’t... It seems the only reporting they wish to put out there is the bad and other news they can twist to their political whims... (Mostly Bush bashing-- along with a lot of anti-war sentiments.) This is a dangerous game the MSM is playing during a time of War...

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