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Dara Nour al-Din

Dara Nour al-Din is an IGC Kurdish Muslim Sunni member from Kirkuk.

    Dara Nour al-Din, IGC Kurdish Muslim Sunni member (Back, 3rd R)

    He served as a judge during Saddam Hussein's rule. He was sentenced to three years in jail, but released after eight months following a national pardon issued by President Saddam Hussein. Nour al-Din was appointed as head of the Baghdad court following the occupation in April 2003.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera + Agencies


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