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Iraq's Security and Intelligence Network; A Guide and Analysis

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al-Marashi, Ibrahim
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2002-09-01
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Ensuring the survival of President Saddam Hussein are five primary agents that make up the Iraqi security apparatus: Special Security, General Security, General Intelligence, Military Intelligence and Military Security. In addition to preventing coups and protecting Saddam, these agents, whose duties largely overlap, maintain internal domestic security and conduct foreign operations. These intelligence agencies along with the Bath party organizations and select units of the military form Saddam's security network, permeating every aspect of Iraqi life and ensuring his total control over the state.
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The article of record as published may be located at http://www.gloria-center.org/2002/09/al-marashi-2002-09-01/
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