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About Anas Altikriti

Anas Altikriti is a former hostage negotiator (who led efforts to secure the release of Norman Kember in 2005-6), chair of the two-million march, and political thinker/ campaigner. He is the founder and CEO of the The Cordoba Foundation. His father was one of Iraq's Muslim Brotherhood leaders. 

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Fall of Baghdad – 10 Years On

On the eve of the tenth anniversary of the fall of Baghdad, former organiser in the Stop the War movement and Iraq hostage negotiator, Anas Altikriti, says Iraq has never been closer to a civil war.

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