Shakir Al Khafaji
- Growth track in Iraq
- In 2004, the Financial Times published an article identifying Alkhafaji as a beneficiary of the United Nations' controversial oil-for-food program. Alkhafaji said, "It was done with the knowledge and consent of an agency of the U.S.
- A Contrived Controversy
- Shakir al-Khafaji, a well-known fixer for the Iraqi regime and a longtime supporter of Bonior, arranged the visit. The Democrats vigorously denied that they had accepted Iraqi regime funding for the trip.
- Why Dionne Is Wrong
- In fact, Dionne is wrong when he says that the Democrats went to Iraq "on their own." Shakir al Khafaji, a longtime U.S.
- Congress Eyes Iraqi-American in Oil Scandal
- Now, the House International Relations Committee is questioning whether Shakir Al-Khafaji (search), a well-known Detroit-area strip-mall developer, who raised money for Iraqi humanitarian aid and spoke out against sanctions on Iraq, may also have been ...
- Donen Report leaves Oilgate players in the clear
- One of his partners at the time was Iraqi-American Shakir al-Khafaji, who had access to Saddam Hussein's influential deputy prime minister, Tariq Aziz.
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