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Atheel al-Nujaifi, the former Nineveh governor, has had an arrest warrant put against him by Iraqi authority, the Iraqi Joint Operations Command (JOC) said on Saturday.

“Orders have been made to arrest Atheel al-Nujaifi if he is found in the eastern side (of Mosul),” JOC spokesman Yahia Rasoul said in a statement.

Al-Nujaifi has been accused of facilitating the ISIS takeover of Mosul by being complacent in their rapid capture of the city.

He is also accused of collaborating with the Turkish military by allowing them to be deployed in Iraq.

 

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jojo
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2017-01-28 20:34

Jail the traitors and seize their assets/wealth to give to the people who suffered losses from ISIL.

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2017-01-29 01:01
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If Palestinian Authority hadn’t all the billions Arafat hid in Swiss back (BTW, his widow is leading a lavish lifestyle between Tunisia and France), do you really think other crooks leave their wealth on location? All goes offshore. I wouldn’t be too surprised if this guy had been extracted by a Turkish chopper for a while now : Do you really think Erdolf wants him to speak or some lawyer to publish his diary post-mortem if he ends liquidated? Let me be clear : I really sincerely hope all the mofos like him get arrested, judged and end with life-term… Read more »

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2017-01-29 10:01
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I’ve read (part of) Kissinger’s memoirs, disgusting to hear him talk about the most monstrous crimes in a business-as-usual mode. And that monster is revered in Germany almost like a saint – as a man of peace! Alas, Germans are the most stupid people in the world, I’m afraid to say.

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2017-01-29 14:56
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US/UK reeducation is why we are so dumb. Tongue out.

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miltiades
2017-01-29 15:33
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we were dumb before that.
And we never understood irony.
And only we could breed someone like Bernd Höcke.
Den macht uns keiner nach!

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2017-01-28 19:19

This is no surprise. He’s well being an Erdolf’s puppet. Now hope they’ll get him alive as making him speak about the Erdolf/ISIL connection would make biiiiig noise, especially if the ICC takes the matter in hands as leading a war by proxy or launching a war of aggression is, if I’m not wrong, the same thing under international law… In French, the usual expression for scapegoat is “tête de turc” (Turk’s head)!… I’ve got a little idea who may end being the ‘tête de turc’ in this disgusting story… Not al-Nujaifi but Erdolf… Now, I don’t know if we’ll… Read more »

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2017-01-29 15:25
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He comes from a pro Turk family that received big land holdings in an Assyrian Christian area near Mosul during Ottoman reign.

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2017-01-29 14:59

Central government’s Shiite Sunni bashing again? p.s. Not that I like that he let Turkish troops in and handed out wasta to Erdogan and Family Oil Enterprise. BTW. He comes from a Mosul traditional pro Turk family – Maybe Sunni Turkomen himself? No wonder the Siites in the government do not like him and his actions.