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An Iraqi citizen has disclosed individuals and organization which received Iraqi oil under forged names under the supervision of Saddam Hussein. In part of his article, author points to Mojahedin-e khalq and reveals that MKO used Iraqi oil under the name of an organization which belonged to Iraq’s ministry of Agriculture.
An Iraqi citizen has disclosed individuals and organization which received Iraqi oil under forged names under the supervision of Saddam Hussein. In part of his article, author points to Mojahedin-e khalq and reveals that MKO used Iraqi oil under the name of an organization which belonged to Iraq’s ministry of Agriculture. Supporters and former officials of Iraqi regime are still using the properties of Iraqi people and posses billions of dollars which have been registered under the name of real persons and legal entities. Of these entities and individuals, we can mention “Hessam Rassam” in Swiss, “Artin Doosh” in the US, “Ali Abbas” in Paris, and “Mazhar Deilami” who’s the head of “population of Defending human rights in Iraq”. “Abdullatif Hamim” the head of Iraq’s Islamic bank and “Ezzedin Al-Majid” who’s in the UK and has Jordanian passport, as well as “Al-Dahma” company in Jordan, Al-Anqa Company in Lebanon, and Al-Iman Company should also be mentioned. There was also a personal bank account under the name of “Saddam Zein Al-Hassan” (Saddam’s nephew). Oil revenues were transferred to this bank account. There was an organization which worked for Saddam. It was known as an agricultural organization in Iraq, but it was only a cover. These companies and organizations, using unreal names, worked for Saddam and got large amounts of gifts from him. It’s notable that these people and companies are still continuing their espionage and business activities. These are examples of plundering the properties of Iraqi people. Investigating these cases are necessary but unfortunately we should admit that no one has taken necessary steps

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