Sunday, August 19, 2007

‘Little Saddam’ hunt - Times Online

‘Little Saddam’ hunt - Times Online: "Interpol has issued a “wanted” notice for Saddam Hussein’s eldest daughter, who is sought by the Iraqi government for aiding insurgents. Raghad Hussein, 38, who is known as Little Saddam, is accused by Baghdad of the mass killing of Iraqis by funding terrorist groups. Her mother Sadija has also been placed on the wanted list. Raghad has been living in Jordan under the protection of King Abdullah since the American invasion in 2003. Her mother lives in Qatar. Interpol’s “red notice” requests foreign police forces to help find them and extradite them. If returned to Iraq, Raghad could face execution. The husbands of Raghad and her sister Rana were executed after they returned in 1996 from exile in Jordan, where they had fled with Iraqi military secrets."