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Minister of Higher Education Ali Al-Adeeb: the Champion of Sectarianism and Corruption?

by Iraqi Sources of the BRussells Tribunal and Dirk Adriaensens on 12-11-2021

If Maliki considers Ali Al-Adeeb’s policies as too sectarian, then Al-Adeeb must be the champion of sectarian extremism. Furthermore, the Minister of Higher Education seems to be an utterly corrupt and despicable person. He is the proud owner of a forged university diploma, as Dirk Adriaensens already wrote in the December 2011 article: “Further Destruction Of Iraq's Higher Education: Blazing Fires, Forged Degrees And Silencer Guns” His stooges are also suspected to have assassinated the Director-General of Administration in Iraq's Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research, Dawood Salman Rahim and his son, Hassanein. He is an example “par excellence” of the ruling elite in the new Iraq.

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