American in Iraq sentenced to life for financing Al Qaida attacks

October 2012
Geo-Strategy Direct;10/17/2012, p12
The article reports on the decision of the Baghdad Central Criminal Court on October 3, 2013, sentencing an American, identified as Omar Rashad Khalil, to life, following his conviction pertaining to the aid he extended to the Al Qaida network. It mentions the crackdown on Al Qaida by the government of Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki amid its bombing campaign throughout Shi'ite areas of Iraq.


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