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Lieutenants of Mr. Sadr were later blamed for the murder of the cleric, Sheik Abdel Majid al-Khoei, the son of a grand ayatollah who had lived in exile in London before returning after the American invasion. The killing was seen as a precursor of the violent power struggles within the Shiite community that ...
On April 10, 2003, three weeks into the U.S. invasion, Abdel Majid al-Khoei, a moderate Shiite cleric, whom the Americans had brought into the holy city of Najaf, crucial to the country's majority Shiites, in the hopes that he would somehow help manage the city's influential religious community, was stabbed ...

US officials say Sadr was behind the murder of Abdel Majid al-Khoei in Najaf last April. Imam Khoei was close to the US, and had returned from exile with US funding to win supporters in Najaf. After Khoei's muder, Sadr militiamen surrounded the house of Sistani, who was briefly forced into hiding.
Lieutenants of Mr. Sadr were later blamed for the murder of the cleric, Sheik Abdel Majid al-Khoei, the son of a grand ayatollah who had lived in ...
On April 10, 2003, three weeks into the U.S. invasion, Abdel Majid al-Khoei, a moderate Shiite cleric, whom the Americans had brought into the ...

US officials say Sadr was behind the murder of Abdel Majid al-Khoei in Najaf last April. Imam Khoei was close to the US, and had returned from ...
Lieutenants of Mr. Sadr were later blamed for the murder of the cleric, Sheik Abdel Majid al-Khoei, the son of a grand ayatollah who had lived in ...

On April 10, 2003, three weeks into the U.S. invasion, Abdel Majid al-Khoei, a moderate Shiite cleric, whom the Americans had brought into the ...
US officials say Sadr was behind the murder of Abdel Majid al-Khoei in Najaf last April. Imam Khoei was close to the US, and had returned from ...
I knew the murdered man, Abdel-Majid al-Khoei, the son of the late Grand Ayatollah Abul Qasim al-Khoei, who escaped to London after the first Gulf War.
Lieutenants of Mr. Sadr were later blamed for the murder of the cleric, Sheik Abdel Majid al-Khoei, the son of a grand ayatollah who had lived in exile in London before returning after the American invasion.


 

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        mustafa yacoubi