It seems the wife and daughter of Saddam Hussein have not been content in being allowed to remain free of prosecution and gone on to live a quiet life. Instead they have been actively supporting the terrorists in Iraq by funding them. This has not gone unnoticed and the Iraqi government has now added them to the most wanted list along with the new leader of al-Qaeda of Iraq, Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, and other officials in the Saddam regime that are still on the run.
Al-Rubaie told reporters the government was releasing the most wanted list "so that our people can know their enemies."
Saddam's wife, Sajida Khairallah Tulfah, was No. 17, just behind the ousted leader's eldest daughter, Raghad. Sajida is believed to be in Qatar, and Raghad lives in Jordan, where she was given refuge by King Abdullah II.
"We have contacted all the neighboring countries and they know what we want. Some of these countries are cooperating with us," al-Rubaie said. "We will chase them inside and outside Iraq. We will chase them one after the other."
Iraqi officials have long alleged that Saddam's relatives who fled the country have been financing insurgent groups linked to the former ruling Baath party. Raghad has played a leading role in organizing her father's legal defense against charges stemming from his 23-year rule.
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