Judge who sentenced Saddam Hussein to death 'is captured and executed by ISIS'

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Judge who sentenced Saddam Hussein to death 'is captured and executed by ISIS'

Post  Sirop14 on Mon Jun 23, 2014 10:57 pm

Raouf Abdul Rahman sentenced the dictator to death by hanging in 2006
He was reportedly captured and killed by militants last week
Iraqi government is yet to confirm his death, but have not denied his capture
Judge thought to have been killed in retaliation for death of Saddam Hussein

The judge who sentenced former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein to death has been captured and executed by ISIS militants, it is claimed.
Raouf Abdul Rahman, who sentenced the dictator to death by hanging in 2006, was reportedly killed by rebels in retaliation for the execution of the 69-year-old.
His death has not been confirmed by the Iraqi government, but officials had not denied reports of his capture last week.





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We have added this blog link here and trust the Judiciary Officials of the USA, Britain and EU will read/study the last part relating to Judge Wolfgang Joseph Durado of Zanzibar. (Justice issues under then PM Blair government ) Those who have opposed a review of that SIROP program.  How against our Rights and freewill we were kept hostage in London/Britain - the many communication to the USA Institutions, the UN and EU - exile/refugee organization - so that those involved could control, and manipulate the issues as they did in the so call North Africa Spring. Then Wikileak did not exist and others it was Mr David Icke who wrote and addressed some of the more controversial issues and he refused to this day to recognize - events and those who use and abused our person to further and advance their political agenda. The Lawyers we addressed our issues in London, the Church and those in France and Vienna. Beside the masonic and Illuminati Establishment.


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Mancham’s RSA Fellowship revived

Post  Sirop14 on Fri Feb 12, 2016 10:18 pm

Mancham’s RSA Fellowship revived

12-February-2016
Seychelles’ Founding President Sir James R. Mancham, KBE has revived his Fellowship of the Sir JamesRoyal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) which lapsed after he returned to Seychelles from exile in 1993.
Sir James did so at the invitation of the chief executive officer of the Society, Mathew Taylor.
Founded in 1754, the RSA Fellowship is part of a network of 27,000 Fellows who want to change the world for the better.
Building on its 260 years history, the RSA aims to solve some of today’s greatest challenges.
“I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank you for helping us to achieve our aims and enriching our society through ideas and actions. Our work could not happen without you,” Mr Taylor told Sir James in a letter dated January 13, 2016.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is the Patron of the Society and Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal is the President.
The Society has a House in John Adam Street, London, WC2 which has been the intellectual and social home of some of the greatest thinkers and social activists of the past 260 years.
“While Fellows meet all over the world, the RSA House in London is the historic residence of the RSA where Fellows can meet, work, think and be inspired,” Sir James said.
Registered as a charity in England and Wales, the RSA is also famous for the journal it publishes every month.

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