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Monday, April 27, 2009

‘National Reconciliation’: By the Numbers

This is what the New York Times failed to report on in its front-page story yesterday.

According to Order No. 34 (issued symbolically on April 7, the founding anniversary of the Ba’ath Party), the following numbers give an idea of how far the Iraqi government went in order to rehabilitate members of the former regime:

Number of officers returned to the armed services: 1,259

Number of officers accepted into the armed services: 316

Number of soldiers returned to the armed services: 3,517

Number of soldiers accepted into the armed services: 1,640

Number of officers who requested retirement, are ineligible for return, didn’t pass the medical exam, or do not wish to return to active duty, and who will be awarded pensions: 9,935

Number of soldiers who requested retirement, are ineligible for return, didn’t pass the medical exam, or do not wish to return to active duty, and who will be awarded pensions: 63,557

Total number of beneficiaries: 80,224

The beneficiaries will be getting generous salaries and pensions unimaginable under the former regime.

These spread sheets with the names and addresses of the officers and soldiers who stand to benefit from Order 34 can be downloaded (Arabic Excel files) from the unofficial site of the ‘National Reconciliation Committee.’

The vast majority of the names, as indicated by last names and geographical areas, are Arab Sunnis.

To give a sense of how big a leap of ‘good faith’ this is for the Iraqi government, the former commander of the Special Republican Guard and close relative of Saddam Hussein, Lt. Gen. Kamal Mustafa, is being awarded a pension. He was one of the 55 Most Wanted regime members. In addition to being a close male relative of the tyrant, Mustafa’s younger brother, Jamal, was Saddam’s son-in-law. Mustafa’s first cousin, Gen. Khalid al-Abdullah, was head of the internal security of the Iraqi intelligence service, the mukhaberat, and was appointed head of the mukhaberat during the war when the previous head escaped. Even though there is footage from the quelling of the 1991 Uprising in Nassiriya that shows Kamal Mustafa beating and killing civilian detainees, all three were probably dealt with leniently because they had cooperated with the Iraqi opposition (specifically with the Iraqi National Congress) in the years leading to the war. Jamal Mustafa and Khalid al-Abdullah were persuaded by the INC to return from Syria and hand themselves over to U.S. forces.

If anything, these lists serve to show that the Iraqi government has been doing its part in reabsorbing former officers of the regime.

However, the sob story being peddled by persons such as General Raad al-Hamdani (see NYTimes story yesterday) and the American-led Force Strategic Engagement Cell, as well as the CIA, is that the Iraqi government is uncooperative. That’s plain bunk. But the underlying issue here is that officers such as Hamdani are not interested in being rehabilitated as individuals, rather they want to be rehabilitated as Ba’athists, which is a no-go area under the constitution. The Ba’ath Party cannot, by law and by any moral standard, be rehabilitated in Iraqi politics or society.

The political demands of the Ba’ath Party are simply unacceptable to the Iraqi public, the vast majority of which were directly victimized by the former regime.


Raad al-Hamdani in uniform

The Ba’athists want to pretend as if there is no shame in their past association with the Saddam regime, and they have been consistently encouraged to do so by several American interest groups. They seek to maintain their previous organizational network, with an eye towards an eventual overthrow of the democratic order. There is no U.S. policy to rehabilitate Ba’athism, so why are these State Department and CIA bureaucrats following their own cavalier policies, without being held to account, neither by the White House (under Bush and Obama), the Congress, or the media?

As a further sign of accommodation, the Maliki government has frozen the administrative duties of the De-Ba’athification Commission staff pending their reassignment or retirement as government employees, and word is out that the ‘National Reconciliation’ executive branch will be headed by Zuheir Chalabi, a former INC member from Mosul (no relation to Ahmad Chalabi).

The context of Order 34 should be critically relevant when placing Ba’athist talking points, justifying their intransigence vis-à-vis the government, on the front page of a newspaper.

But the caliber of journalism being what it is; be thankful that I’m around to give perspective.

FURTHER READING: Just a follow-up: When the Iraqi government published the 'National Reconciliation' Law in the official gazette, as mandated by Iraqi law, they purposely left out the article that would have barred thousands of serving officers from government jobs. It was sneaky, not to mention illegal, trick in contravention of what the parliament passed, and it was orchestrated and encouraged by the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, according to a couple of sources. That is why several thousand officers in the security services who otherwise should be out on their asses are still at their jobs 15 months after the law was enacted. Again, why are U.S. officials subverting Iraqi democracy? By what mandate?

When the law was passed (January 2008) I had a few decidedly 'undiplomatic' thoughts on the matter, which I jotted down in a post. What I wrote at the time still reflects how I feel about De-Ba'athification, an issue that is admittedly both emotional and ideological for me.

29 Comments:

Blogger sam said...

Dear Mr. Kazimi,

First of all let me say that I am a longtime reader of your blog and always appreciate the great insight.

Thank you for your opinion and context regarding the story.

I have sought to write in approx. 1,000 words specifically about current American pressure on the Iraqi government to "reconcile" with top Baathists.

General Hamdani's demands go beyond giving former members of the army and security forces their jobs. They are about lifting current prohibitions on Baathists. He admits it and hence his contacts with representatives of Izzat al-Douri and Mohammed Younis al-Ahmed.

Mohammed Salman al-Saady, Mr. Maliki's adviser on reconciliation, also acknowledged that the reason talks with Hamdani have stalled was because his demands were "political" and against the government's current policy toward Baathists.

As for the number of former soldiers and officers returned to their jobs or given pensions, this was something I discussed with Mr. Saady. I met him twice and each time for about two hours or so.

On the last occasion members of the American "cell" that had visited Hamdani on the 18th showed up at his office and I was politely told to leave.

Mr. Saady told me that through efforts of his reconciliation office about 30,000 have been returned to their jobs. He then said perhaps only half actually got their jobs but that he was not sure.

His assistant Col. Ali Abdul-Ridha then offered charts and figures that had the following:

14,000 went back to MOD,
23,500 to MOI,
7,600 civilian jobs
25,700 pensions
39,000 eligible for pensions but not final
2000 former Baath party division members referred to the successor of the De-Baathification Commission- The Accountability and Justice Commission (not formed yet)
30,000 also referred to the same commission.

Later Colonel Abdul-Ridha offered different numbers and said perhaps only 14,000 would get their jobs back. Then he said that although the order was issued it was not clear when it would be implemented.

It was difficult to corroborate any of these figures with the MOI or MOD because each ministry in Iraq now operates as a separate sphere of influence and patronage. I do not know when was the last time you were in Iraq and how much you interact with ministries and government institutions.


Colonel Abdul-Ridha acknowledged that his office has had a very hard time working with MOD.

Furthermore Mr. Saady said that the fate of many former officers remains uncertain because the Accountability and Justice Commission was yet to be formed (15 months since law was passed) He said the reason was “muhasasa” (the ethnic and sectarian quotas) and infighting among political parties and parliamentary blocs over the nine seats on the commission including the top post, which is equivalent to a ministerial job.

Best regards,

Sam Dagher

Baghdad
April 28, 2009

1:22 AM, April 28, 2009

 
Blogger Don Cox said...

"why are these State Department and CIA bureaucrats following their own cavalier policies"

Governments are never monolithic (a point to remember about Iran). There will be those in the US government who think that because Iran is the big enemy, Iraqi Sunnis (who are thought to be more reliably anti-Iran than Shias) should be supported. If they are Baathists, they are even more likely to be strongly anti-Iran. The Shias are seen as dangerously soft on Iranian infiltration. This policy assumes that all Shias are alike. It may well agree with Saudi policy, too.

8:58 AM, April 28, 2009

 
Blogger Nibras Kazimi نبراس الكاظمي said...

Dear Sam,

First of all, I'd like to say that it is quite big of you to come here and further elaborate on the story you wrote. This sort of communication can only be helpful in fleshing out the full picture, if both sides approach it constructively.

I fully understand the frustrations of writing a story within a word limit, but wouldn't you say that an above-the-fold front-page story on a Sunday in the New York Times could have taken more space had it wanted to for the purposes of elaboration?

Second, from your account, it seems that Mr. Saady and his aides are incompetent, for it seems that the Commission for Pursuing and Implementing National Reconciliation, as part of the Prime Minister's office, is up and running, and it was they who published the lists of officers who are to be taken back or put on pensions.

This is the website: http://inc-iraq.org/home.html

And some contact info: Husham.Mahmood@mod.iraqiaf.org
Tel: 015486180

However, the story was not clear in presenting the issue of jobs as seperate from political rehabilitation. The story painted the government as intransigent and obstructive on all levels, which is not accurate, especially given the jobs angle.

Again, thank you for your note and hope to see more stories that further explain the matter.

Best,

Nibras

8:59 AM, April 28, 2009

 
Anonymous amagi said...

Nibras,

Now this is what I come here to see!

Sam,

I had long wondered why, when so much newspaper coverage has consistently failed to square with Nibras' apparently well-sourced information, no journalists had ever posted to his comments section to try and reconcile accounts. You are, as far as I know, the first to do so, and that demonstrates a kind of engagement and integrity that I feel has been missing in nearly all media coverage of the situation in Iraq. Thank you, and please continue your coverage to the best of your ability with the greatest standard of journalistic credibility you can muster.

11:57 AM, April 28, 2009

 
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2:11 PM, April 28, 2009

 
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2:12 PM, April 28, 2009

 
Blogger Jaguar b. p. said...

[ The Ba’ath Party cannot, by law and by any moral standard, be rehabilitated in Iraqi politics or society. ]

That's according to your fake law, written by traitors par excellence, who will be getting their heads sawn off as their cross-worshipping buddies flee.

2:14 PM, April 28, 2009

 
Anonymous Another Iraqi said...

What a pack of lies. Ra'ad al-Hamdani was never in his life a member of the Ba'ath party. He was a professional tank officer who commanded Iraq's best armored divisions (3rd, 6th, and Medina) and he took part in all Iraqi wars since the October 1973 war. He is greatly respected by his American, Israeli and Iranian peers, and he suffered much during his 30-year military career from the jealousy of Saddam's goons, yet he was listened to at high circles because he was known to be a professional soldier who did his job. Last year he wrote a detailed paper on the best steps to improve the professionalism of the new Iraqi Army, and the report was recommended to the Iraqi MoD by PM Maliki himself after he met with him in the Green Zone. This is a man who loves his country, unlike yourself. Just ask the American military, which has been pushing for his reinstatement into the new army as a top commander.

5:26 PM, April 28, 2009

 
Blogger Nibras Kazimi نبراس الكاظمي said...

Dear 'Another Iraq',

Spare me the propaganda points; "He is greatly respected by his American, Israeli and Iranian peers"...How do you know? Have you gone around speaking to Israeli and Iranian officers, and asking them about Hamdani? That's quite a stunt, being able to gleen info from the Israelis and the Iranians at the same time.

You seem to know a lot about Hamdani, almost as if you have some vested interest in his candidacy. I'll take your word for being an Iraqi, although my gut instinct tells me otherwise. Well, things being what they are, I think it's clear that Hamdani's goose is cooked. The Maliki gov is denying ever having talked to him, and I guess he's crossed the red line by badmouthing the gov to the press. So we won't be seeing him back in khakhi anytime soon, I'm afraid.

But there are things that propaganda can't paper over, such as that when one is promoted to the rank of Brig. Gen., then one immediately becomes a Firqa Member of the Ba'ath Party. Please correct me if I'm wrong. And it's not as if Hamdani was a proper 'officer' through and through: he served in the Republican Guard, whose task it was to protect the Saddam regime. Hamdani must have know what this regime was doing--genocide, crimes against humanity,...etc--and yet he chose to stay and serve the tyrant. He may be a professional, but that hardly makes him a patriot. Eichmann was a good soldier too.

Being a Republican Guard commander makes him an accomplice to the regime's horrors. He may love his country, but he was too cowardly to do anything to save his country from what Saddam was doing to it.

As for taking the U.S. military's word for it, well, this blog has often pointed out that the U.S. military suffers from flawed judgments on a number of occasions.

Best,

Nibras

6:49 PM, April 28, 2009

 
Anonymous gj said...

In post World War 11 Germany there were plenty of ex Nazi Party members and officers who got themselves back into the fold with the tacit or active connivance of the allied occupiers.

Back then, journalists used to write stories exposing the moral and ethical culpability of allied occupiers facilitating the "rehabilitation" of those associated with the gross war crimes.

In contrast today, journalists seek to grant credibility to such individuals. The western journalists in Baghdad and their re-write desks at home have done this from the very beginning: by continuing their obsequiece pre war relationships with those who were committing or fellow-travelling the war crimes; by sidelining the revelation of the mass graves; by refusing to report or give credibility to the war crimes trials; by continually promoting the Baath insurgents by representing them as freedom fighters and their liberated victims as the source of all post invasion conflict ... and much else. And all this, Sam Dagher, when the insurgent "freedom fighters" were blowing up, beheading or otherwise slaughtering tens of thousands of the shia before your eyes.

Quite a difference in journalistic perspective between then and now.

Some say that its good to see one of these journos joining the comments section here. I say, too late, too late. Honor was checked in at the front door. It's not retrievable just because the shia have finally saved themselves.

7:48 PM, April 28, 2009

 
Anonymous Another Iraqi said...

Have you gone around speaking to Israeli and Iranian officers, and asking them about Hamdani? That's quite a stunt, being able to gleen info from the Israelis and the Iranians at the same time. This information is readily available online and in military journals. There are numerous postwar reports published by DoD detailing Hamdani's role in the military. One example is "Iraqi Perspectives Project: The View of Operation Iraqi Freedom from Saddam's Senior Leadership." It would be prudent if you did some research before you spout lies here to your gullible American readership (kind of like the journalists you like to harp on every day).

But there are things that propaganda can't paper over, such as that when one is promoted to the rank of Brig. Gen., then one immediately becomes a Firqa Member of the Ba'ath Party. Please correct me if I'm wrong.You are quite simply wrong and you obviously know nothing about the Iraqi military or its history, past and present.

You seem to know a lot about Hamdani, almost as if you have some vested interest in his candidacy.Nothing of the sort. We Iraqis have faith that the country that produced Hamdani will produce many other heroes who will lift our head high again. It is people like you who have an axe to grind. You are still living in the mindset of the "opposition" and you will probably never grow out of it because you are too fearful of losing your precious new chairs. It is people like you who are an obstacle to the rebuilding of Iraq.

Being a Republican Guard commander makes him an accomplice to the regime's horrors. He may love his country, but he was too cowardly to do anything to save his country from what Saddam was doing to it. Both your friends Abbud Gambar and Mohan al-Freiji (plus countless others) were former decorated top commanders in the Republican Guard. How come Maliki allowed them to be reinstated in top military positions in the "new Iraq" today? Or perhaps some "accomplices to Saddam's crimes" are better than others for some hidden reason?

9:42 PM, April 28, 2009

 
Blogger Nibras Kazimi نبراس الكاظمي said...

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9:01 AM, April 29, 2009

 
Blogger Nibras Kazimi نبراس الكاظمي said...

Dear 'Another Iraqi',

I was right about how rankings in the Army parallel promotions within the Ba'ath Party. You forget that one of the first caches of files we captured were the Maktab Al-Askari files of the Ba'ath; I'm sure Hamdani's file will show up soon.

Hamdani is part of a political group that was brought together by Talal al-Gaoud, under the auspices of the CIA and Jordanian intel. Talal used to be a business partner for Qusay Saddam Hussein, but he started collaborating with the Americans in the months ahead of the war. This group claims to speak on behalf of the insurgency, but after years of waiting for them to deliver it's become clear that they are only minor actors. The group is now being financed by Abdel-Hamid al-Gaoud. It used to include non-Ba'athist 'Arab Nationalists' but they split off after it turned out that the Ba'athists were manipulating the group to establish channels of communication with the Americans.

For more about the Gaouds, you can follow this link:

http://talismangate.blogspot.com/search?q=gaoud

I am all for firing Kambar and Freiji. I don't know why you assumed that they are my friends. They have to be fired by law according to the new National Reconiliation Law. I would like to see the many fine young officers that have emerged in the last six years promoted. They are the future of the Iraqi armed services, not the disgraced servants of the previous regime like Hamdani, who haven't repented their past or redeemed themselves in any way.

And since you're so close to Hamdani, can you confirm this crazy rumor: the person translating on Hamdani's behalf and dealing with the western press is none other than Sa'adoun al-Zubeidi, Saddam's former personal translator. Isn't that ironic, if it were true?

Dear gj,

Wise words. Couldn't have said it better.

Best,

Nibras

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