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IraqiMostWanted

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most-wanted_Iraqi_playing_cards

Spades

  • Ace ♠: Saddam Hussein, president (#1 on most-wanted list).
    • Captured by U.S. forces on 13 December 2003, Saddam was brought to trial under the Iraqi interim government set up by U.S.-led forces. On 5 November 2006, he was convicted of charges related to the executions of 148 Iraqi Shi'ites suspected of planning an assassination attempt against him, and was sentenced to death by hanging. Saddam was executed on 30 December 2006. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saddam_Husayn
  • King ♠: Ali Hassan al-Majid, presidential adviser/Revolutionary Command Council member better known as "Chemical Ali" (#5).
    • captured following the 2003 invasion of Iraq and was charged with war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. He was convicted in June 2007 and was sentenced to death for crimes committed in the al-Anfal campaign of the 1980s.
  • Queen ♠: Muhammad Hamza Zubaydi, retired RCC member (#9, but was originally #18).
    • He is on the "Saddam's Dirty Dozen" list of people responsible for torture and murder in Iraq, playing a key role in Iraq's brutal suppression of the Shiite Muslim uprising of 1991.
  • Jack ♠: Ibrahim Ahmad Abd al-Sattar Muhammad, Iraqi armed forces chief of staff (#13, was #11).
    • captured on April 20, 2003. He remained in American custody until his death of natural causes in a military hospital on December 2, 2005.
  • Ten ♠: Hamid Raja Shalah, Air Force commander (#17, was #15).
    • He was reported by the United States Central Command to be in coalition custody on June 14, 2003.
  • Nine ♠: Rukan Razuki Abd al-Ghafar, head of tribal affairs office (#21, was #39).
    • Since the fall of Baghdad during the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States and its allies, his whereabouts have been unknown.
  • Eight ♠: Tariq Aziz, deputy prime minister (#25, was #43).
    • Aziz is currently in prison in Camp Cropper in western Baghdad,[3] at the direction of the United States government. He was acquitted of some charges on March 1 2009 following a trial, but was jailed for 15 years on March 11 2009 for his role in the executions of 42 merchants found guilty of profiteering in 1992.
  • Seven ♠: Mahmoud Diab al-Ahmed, minister of interior (#29, was #46).
  • Six ♠: Amer Rashid Muhammad, presidential adviser/former oil minister (#33, was #47).
    • He surrendered to coalition forces on April 28, 2003,[1] and his wife surrendered on May 10, 2003.
  • Five ♠: Watban Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser (#37, was #51).
    • During his tenure as Interior Minister, he is accused of having overseen the deportations, torture, and executions of hundreds of prisoners. Some of those executions were reportedly taped with copies kept at the ministry. He was taken into coalition custody April 13, 2003, following his capture as he was attempting to flee into Syria.
  • Four ♠: Muhammad Zimam Abd al-Razzaq, Baath Party regional command chairman (#41, was #23).
  • Three ♠: Sa'd Abdul-Majid al-Faisal, Baath Party Regional command chairman (#55, was #36).
  • Two ♠: Rashid Taan Kazim, Baath Party regional chairman (#49, was #30).

Clubs

  • Ace ♣: Qusay Hussein, son of Saddam(#2).
  • King ♣: Izzat Ibrahim ad-Douri, RCC vice chairman (#6).
    • Following the execution of former President Saddam Hussein on 30 December 2006, al-Douri was confirmed as the new leader of the banned Iraqi Baath Party on 3 January 2007. Al-Douri's whereabouts are not known.
  • Queen ♣: Kamal Mustafa Abdallah, secretary of the Republican Guard (#10, was #8).
  • Jack ♣: Sayf Al-Din Fulayyih Hasan Taha, Republican Guard chief of staff (#14, was #12).
  • Ten ♣: Latif Nusayyif Jasim, Baath Party military bureau deputy chairman (#18, was #37).
  • Nine ♣: Jamal Mustafa Abdallah, deputy head of tribal affairs (#22, was #40).
  • Eight ♣: Walid Hamid Tawfiq, governor of Basra (#26, was #44).
  • Seven ♣: Ayad Futayyih Khalifa, Quds forces chief of staff (#30, was #20).
  • Six ♣: Hossam Mohammed Amin, head of National Monitoring Directorate (#34, was #49).
  • Five ♣: Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser (#38, was #52).
  • Four ♣: Samir Abd al-Aziz, Baath Party regional command chairman (#42, was #24).
  • Three ♣: Sayf al-Din, Baath Party regional command chairman (#46, was #27).
  • Two ♣: Ugla Abid Saqr, Baath Party regional chairman (#50, was #31).

Hearts

  • Ace ♥: Uday Hussein, son of Saddam Hussein (#3).
    • Killed, July 22, 2003
  • King ♥: Hani Abd al-Tilfah al-tikriti, Director - special security organization (#7).
  • Queen ♥: Barzan Abd al-Ghafur Sulayman Majid, Special Republican Guard commander (#11, was #9).
  • Jack ♥: Rafi Abd al-Latif Tilfah, director of general security (#15, was #13).
  • Ten ♥: Abdel Tawab Mullah Huweish, deputy prime minister (#19, was #16).
  • Nine ♥: Mizban Khadr Hadi, RCC member (#23, was #41).
  • Eight ♥: Sultan Hashim Ahmad al-Tai, minister of defense (#27, was #19).
  • Seven ♥: Zuhayr Talib Abd al-Sattar, director of military intelligence (#31, was #21).
  • Six ♥: Muhammad Mahdi (#35, was #48).
  • Five ♥: Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash, weapons of mass destruction scientist (known as "Mrs. Anthrax;" #39, was #53).
  • Four ♥: Humman Abd al-Khaliq Abd, minister of higher education and scientific research (#43, was #54).
  • Three ♥: Fadil Mahmud Gharib, Baath Party regional command chairman (#47, was #28).
  • Two ♥: Ghazi Hammud, Baath Party regional command chairman (#51, was #32).

Diamonds

  • Ace ♦: Abid Hamid Mahmud, presidential secretary (#4).
    • was captured in a joint raid by special operations forces and the 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment of 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division, in June 2003. On April 29, 2008, he appeared before the Iraq Special Tribunal set up by the Iraq Interim Government and currently stands trial http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abid_Hamid_Mahmud
  • King ♦: Aziz Salih, Baath Party regional command chairman (#8, was #17).
    • taken into custody on May 22, 2003. As of late 2006, he did not appear to have yet been indicted.
  • Queen ♦: Muzahim S'ab Hasan, air defense forces commander (#12, was #10).
  • Jack ♦: Tahir Jalil Habbush, intelligence service (#16, was #14).
  • Ten ♦: Taha Yassin Ramadan, vice president/RCC member (#20, was #38).
  • Nine ♦: Taha Muhie-eldin Maruff, vice president/RCC member (#24, was #42).
  • Eight ♦: Himat Mizaban Ibrahim, deputy prime minister and finance minister (#28, was #45).
  • Seven ♦: Amir Hamudi Hasan al-Sadi, presidential scientific adviser (#32, was #55).
  • Six ♦: Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser (#36, was #50).
  • Five ♦: Abd al-Baqi Abd al-Karim Abdallah, Baath Party regional command chairman (#40, was #22).
  • Four ♦: Yahya Abdallah, Baath Party regional command chairman (#44, was #25).
  • Three ♦: Mushin Khadr, Baath Party regional command chairman (#48, was #29).
  • Two ♦: Adil Abdallah Mahdi, Baath Party regional command chairman (#52, was #33).
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