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Jul 22, 2011

The U.S. commander of Hezbollah's move to Delay Iraq

BAGHDAD - The United States (U.S.) postpone plans to move Hezbollah commander that they hold in the United States (U.S.). The plan, the commander of Hezbollah will be transferred to the Government of Iraq.

The U.S. decision was made ​​by the Iraqi Justice Ministry, which claimed to get certainty on the part of Uncle Sam's country. Postponement of Ali Mussa Daqduq removals is due to demand 20 U.S. Senators, who ordered to detain Ali Mussa Daqduq transfer to the Iraqis.

Daqduq prisoner transfer delay is certainly very mengejutkan.Dua days ago, Iraqi Justice Ministry spokesman Haidar al-Saadi said that the U.S. will move Daqduq to the Iraqi government.

U.S. Senator distrust for the performance of Iraqi law enforcement becomes the main reason for this delay. The senators were concerned that while this transfer, Daqduq can escape or even released by the Iraqi government.

The U.S. military serving in Iraq hold Daqduq since 2007. He was accused of providing training to Iraqi militants who are targeting the U.S. soldiers. So reported the Associated Press on Friday (22/07/2011).

Daqduq itself is one of 10 prisoners who have moved the U.S. to Iraqi authorities. If not removed, Daqduq should be tried by the U.S. government.