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Taha Yasin Ramadan Al-Jizrawi

Taha Yasin Ramadan Al-Jizrawi was a member of the Revolutionary Command Council as well as a former vice-president under Saddam Hussein's Regime.

He has been accused of having been instrumental in the suppression of both Kurdish and Shiite uprisings following the first gulf war.

His arrest was confirmed on August 19, 2003 and officially announced by CENTCOM on August 20, 2003. Taha Yasin Ramadan Al-Jizrawi was reportedly arrested in Mosul, where he had been born, by members of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. He was reportedly dressed as a peasant at the time of his arrest. He was subsequently turned over to the 101st Airborne Division on August 19, 2003.

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