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PRESS RELEASE FROM
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE
TO DEFEND THE PRESIDENT
SADDAM HUSSEIN
- JULY 7, 2004 -

 

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THE POLITICAL DEFENSE OF
THE PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN
IS ALSO ORGANIZED !

In late December 17’ 2003 has been created in Brussels (see Press Release December 22, 2004), on the initiative of the “Iraq Committees” and the transnational solidarity association “The Peoples’ Cause”, the “INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE TO DEFEND THE PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN” / IADSH.

The goal of the international Committee is to organize the political support to the President Saddam Hussein and the Iraqi ba'athist leaders jailed, in particular for the trials that goes their to be instituted, to make respect their rights of war prisoners, to require their liberation.  

The Committee want also answer to the campaign of hate and lies orchestrated by the media controlled by the Américan-Zionists and to re-establish the truth on Iraq of Saddam Hussein and the Ba'ath party.  

The Committee has launched a call to all progressive and anti-imperialist forces and militants, without ideological or political distinction of origin, to sustain its action. 

The international general-secretary is installed in Brussels (Belgium).

The President of the international Committee is Luc MICHEL, a belgian publisher, well-know in the defense of the Arab Cause, and editor of the Newsletter “AL BA’ATH AL IRAQI”.

The committee has also launched a “legal team” – to suport the lawyers of Saddam Hussein and assist the Committee – under the leading of the French lawyer Dominique JOURDAIN.

National Committees are set up actually in 11 countries, including France, Belgium, Italy and Latin America.

Free the president Saddam Hussein and the ba'athist leaders jailed !
Freedom and unity for Iraq !
Yankee go home !

 

Contact :
General-secretary :
defendsaddamhussein@yahoo.com
 
Tel. + 32 2 218 73 09 - Fax + 32 2 218 73 59

Legal Team :
Me dominique Jourdain
djavo@club-internet.fr  

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