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Genocide in Iraq: The Case Against the UN Security Council and Member States Paperback – 12 Oct 2012
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"The Al-Anis' book provides a context to Iraq that many commentators on Iraq seem unaware of the injustice that is collectively being felt in Iraq." -- Joshua Castellino, Prof. International Law, Middlesex University
"The Al-Anis book provides a context to Iraq that many commentators on Iraq seem unaware of the injustice that is collectively being felt in Iraq." -- Joshua Castellino, Prof. International Law, Middlesex University"
"A severe but cogently argued and well-documented indictment" -- VINAY LAL, Professor of History, UCLA
About the Author
Abdul-Haq al-Ani is an Iraqi-born, British-trained barrister who served as a legal adviser on Saddam Hussein’s defense to his daughter, Raghad Saddam Hussein. Called to the Bar in 1996, he holds a PhD in Electronics Engineering and a PhD in International law. Founding editor of The Arab Review, he has written widely on culture, politics and religion. He joined the Ba’ath party while in his his teens, but left it in disappointment a few years later,prior to the Ba’ath Party assuming power in 1968. He is author of The Trial of Saddam Hussein. Tarik Al-Ani is an architect by profession, a translator, and a researcher of Arab/Islamic issues, who has been a strong opponent of the genocidal sanctions and the wars against Iraq.He has publicly written and talked about these issues in Finland where he works and lives. Joshua Castellano is Professor of Law and Head of the Law Department, MiddlesexUniversity, UK.