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IRAQ-SADDAM/
RTR1KRAC
December 30, 2006
A boy holds a picture of Shi'ite clerics Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr (R) and Muhammed Baqir al-Hakim near...
Baghdad, Iraq
A boy holds a picture of Shi'ite clerics Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr and Muhammed Baqir al-Hakim near policemen...
A boy holds a picture of Shi'ite clerics Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr (R) and Muhammed Baqir al-Hakim near policemen in Baghdad's Sadr city December 30, 2006, as they celebrate former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's execution. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
IRAQ ELECTION USA
RTR1AS3S
December 11, 2005
Iraqi American Husham Al-Husainy puts up campaign posters promoting the "United Iraqi Alliance" in the...
Dearborn, UNITED STATES
Iraqi American Al-Husainy puts up campaign posters for 'United Iraqi Alliance' in Islamic Center in Dearborn...
Iraqi American Husham Al-Husainy puts up campaign posters promoting the "United Iraqi Alliance" in the Karbalaa Islamic Education Center in Dearborn, Michigan, December 11, 2005. Iraqis living in the United States will be able to cast absentee votes from December 13 to 15 in several cities across the country including Dearborn and Farmington Hills, Michigan. Voters will be choosing their first fully constitutional parliament since the 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein. The campaign poster has the number of the party to vote for, "555", and a picture of slain Shiite spiritual leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim who was killed by a car bomb in Najaf in 2003. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
IRAQ
RTRK665
August 11, 2005
Marchers hold portrait as they commemorate anniversary of death of Iraqi cleric al-Hakim in holy city...
Najaf
Marchers hold portrait as they commemorate anniversary of death of Iraqi cleric al-Hakim in holy city...
Marchers hold portrait as they commemorate anniversary of death of Iraqi cleric al-Hakim in holy city of Najaf. Marchers hold a portrait of leading Shi'ite cleric Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim as they commemorate the anniversary of his death, in the holy city of Najaf August 11, 2005. Al-Hakim was killed in a car bombing of a Shi'ite shrine in Najaf on August 29, 2003. Al-Hakim's brother, Iraqi Shi'ite leader Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, said on Thursday Shi'ites should have their own federal region taking in all of the Shi'ite areas in oil-rich southern Iraq. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish
IRAQ
RTRK65D
August 11, 2005
Shi'ites hold a march to commemorate the anniversary of the death of leading Shi'ite cleric Ayatollah...
Najaf
Shi'ites hold march to commemorate anniversary of death of Iraqi cleric al-Hakim in holy city of Najaf....
Shi'ites hold a march to commemorate the anniversary of the death of leading Shi'ite cleric Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, in the holy city of Najaf August 11, 2005. Al-Hakim was killed in a car bombing of a Shi'ite shrine in Najaf on August 29, 2003. Al-Hakim's brother, Iraqi Shi'ite leader Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, said on Thursday Shi'ites should have their own federal region taking in all of the Shi'ite areas in oil-rich southern Iraq. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish RCS/VP
IRAQ
RTRJTHL
August 07, 2005
Abdel Aziz al-Hakim, a Shiite cleric and leader of the key Shiite political organization, the Supreme...
Baghdad
Shi'ite leader al-Hakim speaks in front of picture of his late brother at memorial service in Baghdad....
Abdel Aziz al-Hakim, a Shiite cleric and leader of the key Shiite political organization, the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, speaks in front of a picture of his late brother at a memorial service in Baghdad August 7, 2005. Al-Hakim's brother, Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, was killed in a car bombing of a Shi'ite shrine in the holy city of Najaf on August 29, 2003. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani RCS/AH
IRAQ
RTRJTGC
August 07, 2005
Shi'ite leader al-Hakim and Iraqi President Talabani attend memorial service for Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim...
Baghdad
Shi'ite leader al-Hakim and Iraqi President Talabani attend memorial service for Mohammed Baqir ...
Shi'ite leader al-Hakim and Iraqi President Talabani attend memorial service for Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim in Baghdad. Abdel Aziz al-Hakim (R), a Shiite cleric and leader of the key Shiite political organization, the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), and Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, attend a memorial service for Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim in Baghdad August 7, 2005. Al-Hakim, one of Iraq's most influential Muslim clerics, was killed in a car bombing of a Shi'ite shrine in the holy city of Najaf on August 29, 2003. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ
RTRAL74
January 19, 2004
An Iraqi woman holds a portrait of Mohammed Baqir al Hakim, the spiritual leader for many Shi'ite Muslim...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI WOMAN JOINS PROTEST MARCH IN BAGHDAD TO DEMAND ELECTIONS.
An Iraqi woman holds a portrait of Mohammed Baqir al Hakim, the spiritual leader for many Shi'ite Muslim Iraqis who was killed in a car bomb attack in Najaf last August, during a demonstration in Baghdad by tens of thousands of protesters demanding elections January 19, 2004. Thousands of Iraqis marched through Baghdad Monday demanding elections to choose a sovereign government, ahead of talks later in the day at the United Nations on the country's political future. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber CLH/JV
WAR IRAQ
RTR2GGT
September 02, 2003
Iraqi-American women and girls hold a picture of slain Iraqi cleric
Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim...
Dearborn, United States of America
IRAQI-AMERICAN MUSLIMS MOURN DEATH OF SHIITE CLERIC.
Iraqi-American women and girls hold a picture of slain Iraqi cleric
Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim as they tap themselves on their heads
and cry out in mourning September 2, 2003 in Dearborn, Michigan. Hakim
was killed by a car bomb at Iraq's most sacred mosque August 29.
Hundreds of Iraqi exiles took to the street mourning al-Hakim's death.
The Dearborn area is home to one of the nation's largest concentrations
of people with roots in the Middle East. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

RC
WAR IRAQ
RTR2GFW
September 02, 2003
Hundreds of Iraqi-American's march together in the street to mourn
slain Iraqi cleric Ayatollah Mohammed...
Dearborn, United States of America
IRAQI-AMERICAN MUSLIMS MOURN DEATH OF SHIITE CLERIC.
Hundreds of Iraqi-American's march together in the street to mourn
slain Iraqi cleric Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim September 2, 2003
in Dearborn, Michigan. Hakim was killed by a car bomb at Iraq's most
sacred mosque August 29. The Dearborn area is home to one of the
nation's largest concentrations of people with roots in the Middle
East. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

RC
WAR IRAQ
RTR2GFS
September 02, 2003
Iraqi-American Zahara Nasser holds up a picture of slain Iraqi cleric
Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim...
Dearborn, United States of America
IRAQI-AMERICAN MUSLIMS MOURN DEATH OF SHIITE CLERIC.
Iraqi-American Zahara Nasser holds up a picture of slain Iraqi cleric
Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim as she and about 700 Iraqi exiles
took to the streets September 2, 2003 in Dearborn, Michigan to mourn
his death. Hakim was killed by a car bomb at Iraq's most sacred mosque
August 29. The Dearborn area is home to one of the nation's largest
concentrations of people with roots in the Middle East. REUTERS/Rebecca
Cook

RC
BAHRAIN
RTR2E9J
September 01, 2003
Shiite Muslim women hold pictures of the Leader of the Supreme Council
for the Islamic Revolution in...
Manama, Bahrain - State of
SHIITE WOMEN PROTEST WITH PICTURES OF AL-HAKIM IN MANAMA.
Shiite Muslim women hold pictures of the Leader of the Supreme Council
for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim,
as they take part in an anti US and Israel demonstration in Manama
Bahrain, September 1, 2003. Al-Hakim was killed in a bombing at a
mosque in Najaf in Iraq last Friday.

REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
RTRNF0R
May 13, 2003
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim prepares to kiss a child as he is
greeted on arrival at the Supreme...
MOHAMMED BAQIR AL-HAKIM KISSES A CHILD AT SUPREME COUNCIL IN NAJAF.
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim prepares to kiss a child as he is
greeted on arrival at the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution of Iraq
(SCIRI) in Najaf May 13, 2003. Hakim, who returned to Iraq after a 23 year
exile in Iran, said on Monday that Iraq must elect its own government
without foreign intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP03050046

KD/CRB
IRAQ
RTRNF00
May 13, 2003
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim listens during a news conference at
the Supreme Council for Islamic...
Najaf
MOHAMMED BAQIR AL HAKIM HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE AT SUPREME COUNCIL IN
NAJAF.
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim listens during a news conference at
the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution of Iraq (SCIRI) in Najaf May 13
2003. Hakim who returned to Iraq after a 23 year exile in Iran, said on
Monday that Iraq must elect its own government without foreign intervention.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP03050046

KD/AA
RTRNEZO
May 13, 2003
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim listens during a news conference
at the Supreme Council for Islamic...
MOHAMMED BAQIR AL HAKIM HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE AT SUPREME COUNCIL IN
NAJAF.
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim listens during a news conference
at the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution of Iraq (SCIRI) in Najaf
May 13 2003. Hakim who returned to Iraq after a 23 year exile in Iran,
said on Monday that Iraq must elect its own government without foreign
intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/AA
IRAQ
RTRNEYV
May 13, 2003
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim kisses a child as he is greeted
on arrival at the Supreme Council...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MOHAMMED BAQIR AL-HAKIM KISSES A CHILD AT SUPREME COUNCIL IN NAJAF.
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim kisses a child as he is greeted
on arrival at the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution of Iraq
(SCIRI) in Najaf May 13, 2003. Hakim, who returned to Iraq after a 23
year exile in Iran, said on Monday that Iraq must elect its own
government without foreign intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/CRB
IRAQ
RTRNEYO
May 13, 2003
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim laughs during a news conference
at the Supreme Council for Islamic...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MOHAMMED BAQIR AL HAKIM HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE AT SUPREME COUNCIL IN
NAJAF.
Shi'ite cleric Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim laughs during a news conference
at the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution of Iraq (SCIRI) in Najaf
May 13 2003. Hakim who returned to Iraq after a 23 year exile in Iran,
said on Monday that Iraq must elect its own government without foreign
intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/AA
IRAQ
RTRNDYU
May 12, 2003
Muslims celebrate the arrival of Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim to
the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MUSLIMS CELEBRATE AL HAKEEM'S ARRIVAL AT THE MOSQUE IN NAJAF.
Muslims celebrate the arrival of Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim to
the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali in Najaf May 12, 2003. Hakim, who returned to
Iraq after a 23 year exile in Iran, said that Iraq must elect its own
government without foreign intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP03050046

KD/jm
IRAQ
RTRNDYA
May 12, 2003
Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim (C) is pushed through the main
entrance to the Holy Shrine of...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MOHAMMED BAKIR AL HAKEEM ARRIVES AT THE MOSQUE IN NAJAF.
Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim (C) is pushed through the main
entrance to the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali as he arrives in his native town of
Najaf May 12 2003. Hakim, who returned to Iraq after a 23 year exile in
Iran, said that Iraq must elect its own government without foreign
intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP03050046

KD/jm
IRAQ
RTRNDY4
May 12, 2003
Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim addresses thousands of Shi'ite
Muslims in the square of the Shrine...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MOHAMMED BAKIR AL HAKEEM SPEAKS AT THE MOSQUE IN NAJAF.
Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim addresses thousands of Shi'ite
Muslims in the square of the Shrine of Imam Ali in Najaf May 12, 2003.
Hakim, who returned to Iraq after a 23 year exile in Iran, said that Iraq
must elect its own government without foreign intervention. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty PP03050046

KD/jm
IRAQ
RTRNDXS
May 12, 2003
Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim (C) is pushed through the main
entrance to the Holy Shrine of...
Najaf, Iraq - Republic of
MOHAMMED BAKIR AL HAKEEM ARRIVES AT THE MOSQUE IN NAJAF.
Shi'ite leader Mohammed Baqir Al-Hakim (C) is pushed through the main
entrance to the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali as he arrives in his native town of
Najaf May 12, 2003. Hakim who returned to Iraq after a 23 year exile in
Iran, said that Iraq must elect its own government without foreign
intervention. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP03050046

KD/jm
IRAQ
RTRNC9O
May 12, 2003
A Shi'ite Muslim woman kisses the door to the entrance of the shrine of
Imam Ali in Najaf May 12, 2003....
Najaf
A MUSLIM WOMAN KISSES THE DOOR TO THE SHRINE OF IMAM ALI.
A Shi'ite Muslim woman kisses the door to the entrance of the shrine of
Imam Ali in Najaf May 12, 2003. Shi'ia leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim who will return to his home town of Najaf from his exile in
Iran, will address Shi'ites at the shrine on Monday. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD/CRB
RTRNBBW
May 11, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite Muslim men gather around a car carrying their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim...
IRAQI SHI`ITE MAN GATHER AROUND VEHICLE WITH THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER IN
NASSIRIYAH.
Iraqi Shi`ite Muslim men gather around a car carrying their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim at a square in Nassiriyah May 11, 2003. Hakim, one
of Iraq's top Shi'ite clerics, ended years of exile on Saturday and called
for an Iraq free of foreign influence, just hours after the U.S. asked the
United Nations to grant it sweeping post-war powers there. REUTERS/Damir
Sagolj PP03050046

DS/jm
IRAQ
RTXLXMQ
May 10, 2003
Barefoot children hang over Iraqi Shi'ite men as they listen to their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir...
Basra, Iraq
Barefoot children hang over Iraqi Shi'ite men as they listen to their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqi.....
Barefoot children hang over Iraqi Shi'ite men as they listen to their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim at the Celebration square in Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi'ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades of exile in [Iran].
IRAQ
RTXLXMP
May 10, 2003
An Iraqi Shi'ite man holds a photo of his spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim behind sacrified sheep...
Basra, Iraq
An Iraqi Shi'ite man holds a photo of his spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim behind sacrified .....
An Iraqi Shi'ite man holds a photo of his spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim behind sacrified sheep as Iraqis welcome him at the border with [Iran] near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi'ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades of exile in [Iran].
IRAQ
RTXLXMM
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi'ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with picture of their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir...
Basra, Iraq
Iraqi Shi'ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with picture of their spiritual leader Mohammad Ba.....
Iraqi Shi'ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with picture of their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome him at the border with [Iran] near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi'ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades of exile in [Iran].
RTRNA37
May 10, 2003
An Iraqi Shi`ite man holds a photo of his spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim, with sacrified sheep...
IRAQI SHI`ITE MAN HOLDS PHOTO OF SPIRITUAL LEADER BEHIND SACRIFIED
SHEEP AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
An Iraqi Shi`ite man holds a photo of his spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim, with sacrified sheep in the foreground, as Iraqis welcome Hakim
at the border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi
Shi`ite men welcomed Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of
the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two
decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj PP03050037 PP03050046

DS/jm
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA2U
May 10, 2003
An Iraqi Shi`ite man holds a picture of his spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir
al-Hakim as they welcome...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
An Iraqi Shi`ite man holds a picture of his spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir
al-Hakim as they welcome him at the border with Iran near Basra May 10,
2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the
Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two
decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj PP03050037

DS
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA2N
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men cry as they follow a car carrying their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim at...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
Iraqi Shi`ite men cry as they follow a car carrying their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim at the border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003.
Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed Hakim, leader of the
Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as
he returned after more than two decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir
Sagolj PP03050046

DS/jm
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA2H
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men gather at the Celebration square as they welcome
their spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`TE WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER IN BASRA.
Iraqi Shi`ite men gather at the Celebration square as they welcome
their spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim in Basra May 10, 2003.
Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of
the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than
two decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS
RTRNA2A
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men gather at the Celebration square as they welcome
their spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir...
IRAQI SHI`TE WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER IN BASRA.
Iraqi Shi`ite men gather at the Celebration square as they welcome
their spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim in Basra May 10, 2003.
Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader
Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of
the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than
two decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA24
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men holding pictures of their spirutual leader Mohammad
Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
Iraqi Shi`ite men holding pictures of their spirutual leader Mohammad
Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome him in front of a damaged mural of
Saddam Hussein at the border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of
thousands of Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed
Baqir al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the
Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two
decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA1W
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men wave flags atop a border gate decorated with a banner in
support of their spirutual...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
Iraqi Shi`ite men wave flags atop a border gate decorated with a banner in
support of their spirutual leader Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome
him at the border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of
Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council
of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than
two decades of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj PP03050046

DS/jm
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA1I
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with picture of their
spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
Iraqi Shi`ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with picture of their
spirutual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome him at the
border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi
Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim,
leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in
Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades of exile in
Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA1B
May 10, 2003
Iraqi Shi`ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with a picture of their
spirutual leader Mohammed...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
Iraqi Shi`ite men wave flags atop a bus decorated with a picture of their
spirutual leader Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome him at the border
with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of Iraqi Shi`ite men
welcomed Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic
Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades of
exile in Iran. Pictures of the month May 2003 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
PP03050046

DS
IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA0E
May 10, 2003
A British soldier stands between Iraqi Shi`ite men holding pictures of
their spiritual leader Mohammad...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELLCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
A British soldier stands between Iraqi Shi`ite men holding pictures of
their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome him at
the border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of
Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic
Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades
of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS
IRAQ-OPPOSITION-SHIITE
RTRHQ30
February 04, 2003
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim opposition leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim gestures during an interview...
Tehran, Iran
IRAQI SHIITE MUSLIM OPPOSITION LEADER AYATOLLAH AL-HAKIM GESTURES
DURING INTERVIEW.
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim opposition leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim gestures during an interview at his Tehran headquarters
February 4, 2003. Al-Hakim, who heads the Supreme Council of the
Islamic Revolution in Iraq - the largest single Iraqi dissident group,
warned that the United State risked dragging a post-Saddam Hussein Iraq
into chaos if it chose to go it alone without involving Iraqi
opposition groups in toppling the Iraqi leader. REUTERS/Morteza
Nikoubazl

PJH/WS
IRAQ-OPPOSITION-SHIITE
RTRHQ2S
February 04, 2003
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim opposition leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim speaks during an interview...
Tehran, Iran
IRAQI SHIITE MUSLIM OPPOSITION LEADER AYATOLLAH AL-HAKIM SPEAKS DURING
INTERVIEW.
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim opposition leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim speaks during an interview at his Tehran headquarters on
February 4, 2003. Al-Hakim, who heads the Supreme Council of the
Islamic Revolution in Iraq - the largest single Iraqi dissident group,
warned that the United State risked dragging a post-Saddam Hussein Iraq
into chaos if it chose to go it alone without involving Iraqi
opposition groups in toppling the Iraqi leader. REUTERS/Morteza
Nikoubazl

PJH/WS
IRAQ-OPPOSITION-SHIITE
RTRHQ0J
February 04, 2003
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim opposition leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim gestures during an interview...
Tehran, Iran
IRAQI SHIITE MUSLIM OPPOSITION LEADER AYATOLLAH AL-HAKIM GESTURES
DURING INTERVIEW.
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim opposition leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim gestures during an interview at his Tehran headquarters on
February 4, 2003. Al-Hakim, who heads the Supreme Council of the
Islamic Revolution in Iraq - the largest single Iraqi dissident group,
warned that the United State risked dragging a post-Saddam Hussein Iraq
into chaos if it chose to go it alone without involving Iraqi
opposition groups in toppling the Iraqi leader. REUTERS/Morteza
Nikoubazl

PJH/WS
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