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Iraq News Agency, Iraq
Details on Scientist's Death Expose 'Zionist Prison' in Iraq
"Egyptian-born scientist Muhammad al-Azmirly was believed to have been a close
confidant of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. New information reveals
that Zionist intelligence beat him to death by striking him behind the
head with a metal object, and that his body was then taken to Abu Ghraib prison
so as not to expose the [Israeli] prison, where a majority of Iraqi and Arab
scientists who resided in Iraq are still being held."
New details have emerged
regarding the 2004 death of Egyptian-born scientist Muhammad al-Azmirly at a
prison at a U.S. air base in Baghdad. Al-Azmirly died after his arrest by U.S.
forces during the 2003 invasion. He is believed to have been a close confidant
of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
A specialist in the field of chemistry,
al-Azmirly was considered one of world's leading experts on polymers at the
time of his death, and when the war began, was listed among the 200 people
closest to the regime of Saddam Hussein.
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He was a member of the
science faculty at the University of Baghdad before being arrested and taken
from his home on April 26, 2003. His private office was set alight by American
occupation forces after all of his books, papers, computers and family photos were
confiscated. Zionist Intelligence [Israeli intelligence, the Mossad] then
analyzed the information.
He was held at the Abu Ghraib
prison for ten days during which U.S. forces tortured him. Then he was transferred
to a secret prison under the control of Zionist intelligence for questioning
about his scientific activities.
His family was able to visit
him only once, on January 11, 2004. According to Rana Azmirly, the daughter of
the victim, "When I saw him, he appeared to be in good health. I asked the
Americans what the reason was for his arrest, and they replied that he was just
On February 19, 2004, a
little over a month after his family's visit, the International Red Cross informed
the family of al-Azmirly's death. Meanwhile, his corpse was transferred to the
A SECRET MOSSAD PRISON IN
The information reveals that Zionist
intelligence beat him to death by striking him behind the head with a metal object,
and that his body was then taken to Abu Ghraib prison so as not to expose the
[Israeli] prison, where a majority of Iraqi and Arab scientists who resided in
Iraq are still being held.
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This confirms the diagnosis
of Dr. Fayeq Ameen Bakr, Baghdad Hospital's director of anatomy, when he said
at the time that al-Azmirly died due to a sudden blow to the back of his head
and refutes the brief autopsy report by U.S. military doctors that accompanied
the body, stating that al-Azmirly "died due to a swelling of the brain."
The body of the Egyptian scientist was returned to Egypt in a black bag numbered
"1909," with a death certificate attached saying that al-Azmirly died
of "natural causes."
Abdel Mun’im al-Azmirly graduated from Alexandria University in 1962 and was appointed
a lecturer. He then traveled to Russia to obtain his PhD in polymers. In 1971,
he was appointed to the National Institute of Polymer Research, where he
remained until 1975. He was then an exchange scientist in Iraq, where he joined
Baghdad University's science faculty. He then occupied several positions until reaching
the level of scientific advisor to former President Saddam Hussein.
New information also reveals
that there are four other Egyptian scientists - physicists - who were
assassinated in 2004 at the hands of Zionist operatives in Iraq.
[Editor's Note: There were no sources provided for this report].
A French-Jewish artillery officer, Alfred Dreyfus was wrongly convicted of treason in 1894 and recieved a life sentence until his innocence was proven and he was released in 1896.
[Editor's Note: Although to
many Muslims, the word "Zionism" has taken on a sinister hue, "Zionism"
is a concept popularized by Hungarian Jewish journalist Theodore Herzl in his 1896
book The State of the Jews. In light of Europe's history of cruelty and
marginalization of Jews - and after a French Jewish military officer named Alfred Dreyfus was
accused of spying for Germany and convicted of treason in one of the most
notorious cases of anti-Semitism in French history - Herzl concluded that Jews
would never be accepted in Europe and needed their own homeland. This is the
origin of political Zionism and the drive to create a Jewish state, which culminated in
1948 with the founding of the state of Israel.]