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Mithal al-Alusi, ...
Mithal al-Alusi, secretary-general of the Iraqi Al-Ummah Party, said that three of his body guards were wounded, 'one seriously', this morning.
Iraqi secular parliament member ...
Iraqi secular parliament member Mithal Al Alusi said that the Iraqi prime minister told the Iraqi parliament on Thursday, in a secret parliament session after Tuesdayâ€™s deadly bombings, that the Americans tipped-off the Iraqi government about the looming threat of car bombs attacks around 6 a.m. on Tuesday.
â€œI demand him to resignâ€ Al Alusi
said addressing Al Maliki in a televised interview.
Mithal al-Alusi, an Iraqi politician who visited Israel a few months ago, heads the new Iraqi Nation Democrat Party.
United States Commission on International Religious Freedom: Media Room: 2007 Press Releases: Threats to Iraq's Communities of Antiquity
I think of Mithal al Alusi who was part of the de-Baathification commission.He goes to Jerusalem to participate in a Muslim-Christian , both a Muslim and a Christian forum and a Jewish forum.And when he returns, he is kicked off the de-Baathification commission.His guards are taken, there are two attempts on his life; and then the beginning of '06, his two children are killed trying to defend him.
...The congressman mentioned earlier the work of Mr. Alusi, a member of the Council of Representatives here in Iraq, and the enormous tragedy which he had to face after he went to Israel.
And the death of his
two sons was indeed related to that.And I still work with him, and he
is still willing to engage on this issue.
It's an enormous problem.
THE ASSASSINATION OF BENAZIR BHUTTO - Ifimes
Mithal Al-Alusi was the Chairman of the Democratic Party of the Iraqi Nation (DPIN) and the first Iraqi politician who visited Israel since its establishment.
Only a few months before his assassination, Al-Alusi participated, as a member of the IFIMES delegation, at the international conference on counter terrorism which took place in Herzliya, in Israel.