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Cablegate: Human Rights Vetting for Ata/Vip U.S. Sponsored Training,

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SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR ATA/VIP U.S. SPONSORED TRAINING,
AMMAN, JORDAN - GROUP 1

1. This is an action request.

2. Pursuant to the Leahy Act and Foreign Assistance Act, Post
requests the Department's assistance in screening the following
candidates from the Iraqi Ministry of Interior (MOI) who have been
nominated to attend the ATA/VIP Protection Course during the period
13 March through 22 April 2010; training location - AMMAN JORDAN.

3. The Names of the proposed candidates are as follows:

NAME: Usama Tah Filayih Al Mujamae
DOB: 06/09/1980

NAME: Senan Sami Tufah Al Dury
DOB: 1/14/1983

NAME: Hatem AbdulKadhum Abbas Al Hamdany
DOB: 11/25/1981

NAME: Murtadah Azeez Abd Al Saeed
DOB: 12/12/1987

NAME: Mostafa Sami Khaleel Al Tekretee
DOB: 01/01/1988


NAME: Nohad Abass Khudair Al Maamory
DOB: 12/30/1982
NAME: Falah Mahdi Hilwas Al Shukri
DOB: 04/29/1982

NAME: Mahab Hashim AbdulRazaq Al Dulaymi
DOB: 08/12/1973

NAME: Hayder Ali Mezher Al Bermany
DOB: 07/08/1986

NAME: Ahmmed Saleem Hammed Al Maamory
DOB: 01/01/1986

NAME: Jalal Rasool Jasim Al Khazraji
DOB: 10/25/1985

NAME: Mohammed Emad Fadhel Al Zuhayri
DOB: 06/29/1982

NAME: Laith Ghafuri Mahdi Al Mujamae
DOB: 10/12/1976

NAME: Waleed Sabbar Bek Al Khazraji
DOB: 08/01/1984

NAME: Zuhair Tahir Selebe Al Zubaidi
DOB: 02/19/1984


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