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Profile: Hasan Naqib

 
  

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October 1992      Events Leading to Iraq Invasion

       Prominent Shiite Iraqi opposition groups join the Iraqi National Congress, a creation of the CIA (see June 1992), and hold a meeting in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq where they select a three-man leadership council and a 26-member executive council. The three leaders include moderate Shiite Muslim cleric Muhammad Bahr al-Ulum; ex-Iraqi general Hasan Naqib; and Masud Barzani. Ahmed Chalabi, who is reportedly not at all popular among the exiles present, is somehow selected to chair the executive council. This event represents the first major attempt to bring together the many different groups in Iraq opposed to Saddam Hussein. [New Yorker, 6/7/2004; Federation of American Scientists, 8/8/1998]
People and organizations involved: Ahmed Chalabi, Hasan Naqib, Muhammad Bahr al-Ulum, Kurdistan Democratic Party, Iraqi National Congress, Masud Barzani
          

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