Nouri al-Maliki, 1950 former prime min. of Iraq.

Nouri al-Maliki, 1950 former prime min. of Iraq.

How Nouri al-Maliki fell out of favour with the US | World | Martin Chulov, Baghdad, June 19, 2014, The Guardian:

How Nouri al-Maliki fell out of favour with the US | World | Martin Chulov, Baghdad, June 19, 2014, The Guardian:

State of Law: Maliki increasingly popular due to the follies http://iraqdinar.us/maliki-increasingly-popular/

State of Law: Maliki increasingly popular due to the follies http://iraqdinar.us/maliki-increasingly-popular/

Who is Nouri al-Maliki? | Losing Iraq | FRONTLINE | PBS

Who is Nouri al-Maliki? | Losing Iraq | FRONTLINE | PBS

Notes From The Underground: The Rise of Nouri al-Maliki | World Policy Institute

Notes From The Underground: The Rise of Nouri al-Maliki | World Policy Institute

The Shia leader of the Dawa party, who became prime minister in 2006, Nouri al-Maliki was initially seen as the compromise candidate, a somewhat weak leader who was acceptable to all factions, and possibly viewed as someone who could be controlled.

The Shia leader of the Dawa party, who became prime minister in 2006, Nouri al-Maliki was initially seen as the compromise candidate, a somewhat weak leader who was acceptable to all factions, and possibly viewed as someone who could be controlled.

NOURI AL-MALIKI: Iraqi politician. PM of Iraq from 2006-2014. Secretary-general of the Islamic Dawa Party and has been VP of Iraq since 2014. Malaki succeeded the Iraqi Transitional Government. Maliki began his political career as a Shia dissident under Saddam Hussein's regime in the late 1970s and rose to prominence after he fled a death sentence into exile for 24 years. In late 2014, Maliki accused the US of using ISIL as a pretext to maintain its military presence in Iraq.

NOURI AL-MALIKI: Iraqi politician. PM of Iraq from 2006-2014. Secretary-general of the Islamic Dawa Party and has been VP of Iraq since 2014. Malaki succeeded the Iraqi Transitional Government. Maliki began his political career as a Shia dissident under Saddam Hussein's regime in the late 1970s and rose to prominence after he fled a death sentence into exile for 24 years. In late 2014, Maliki accused the US of using ISIL as a pretext to maintain its military presence in Iraq.

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