BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

Dr Fouad Al Bayaty, a forced migrated academic who works in Malaysia currently, is complaining to the Minister of higher Education about the republication of his already published research of 2002 by three other academics of the Dentistry Medical College of Al-Mustansiryah University.

Minister of Higher Education Ali Al-Adeeb: the Champion of Sectarianism and Corruption?

by Iraqi Sources of the BRussells Tribunal and Dirk Adriaensens on 12-11-2012

If Maliki considers Ali Al-Adeeb’s policies as too sectarian, then Al-Adeeb must be the champion of sectarian extremism. Furthermore, the Minister of Higher Education seems to be an utterly corrupt and despicable person. He is the proud owner of a forged university diploma, as Dirk Adriaensens already wrote in the December 2011 article: “Further Destruction Of Iraq's Higher Education: Blazing Fires, Forged Degrees And Silencer Guns” His stooges are also suspected to have assassinated the Director-General of Administration in Iraq's Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research, Dawood Salman Rahim and his son, Hassanein. He is an example “par excellence” of the ruling elite in the new Iraq.

Some of the media mention that Hakim Al-Zamili, one of the leaders of the Al-Mahdi Militia, was responsible for the kidnapping that took the lives of more than 150 Iraqis, some of them Iraq’s best academics. Al-Zamili is a prominent member of the Iraqi Parliament, representative of the Al-Sadr Party. Many Iraqis know it, but the government and parliament representatives keep silent and never mention the name of the murderers of the academics in November 2006.

Maliki’s Mass Graves

by Dirk Adriaensens on 25-10-2012

Biggest Iraqi mass-kidnapping mystery solved. Disappeared Ministry of Higher Education officials, arrested by the Iraqi National Police in November 2006, end up in mass grave.

MASS KIDNAPPING 14 NOVEMBER 2006

by Dirk Adriaensens on 24-10-2012

On Tuesday 14 November 2006 paramilitary gunmen in the uniforms of Iraqi National Police commandos raided a building belonging to the Ministry of Education in Baghdad’s Karrada district and arrested around 100 members of staff from two departments and around 50 visitors, according to lists compiled by the Minister of Education.

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