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Friday, April 22, 2005

Mullah Krekar to be Extradited to Iraq 

This is not the first time Norway has told Krekar it's the end of the line, but it looks as though Ansar al-Islam's founder may be back in Iraqi Kurdistan for good soon.

A Norwegian court has stated that it will extradite Mullah Krekar to Iraq if the Iraqi authorities can give assurances that the malevolent Mullah will not face the death penalty.[1] Judging from discussion over at Kurdo's blog, Krekar might not enjoy serving out the term of his natural life amongst his countrymen...

[hat tip: Vladimir at Kurdo's Blog]


[1] Norway, like Australia, never extradites anyone if they might face the death penalty as a result of said extradition.
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