Iraqi Special Security Organization
|Dissolved||23 May 2003|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Iraq|
The Iraqi Special Security Organization (SSO) (Arabic: الأمن الخاص Al-Amn al-Khas) was the most powerful Iraqi security agency under President Saddam Hussein and was responsible for personal security of high-ranking government officials and presidential facilities. Its director, Hani Abd Al-Latif Tilfah Al-Tikriti was the seventh most wanted Iraqi government individual by the United States. He was the highest-ranking unpictured person in the U.S. Army most-wanted Iraqi playing cards (the king of hearts). He was captured in June 2004. SSO was officially dissolved on May 23, 2003 per Order Number 2 of the Coalition Provisional Authority under Paul Bremer.
- Husayn Kamil Hasan Al Majid (1983–1989)
- Fannar Zibin Al Hasan (Gulf War)
- Qusay Hussein (1991 or 1992–1997)
- Nawfal Mahjoom Al-Tikriti (1997–?)
- Qusay Hussein (?–2001)
- Walid Hamid Tawfiq al-Tikriti (2001–2002)
- Hani Abd Latif Tilfah al-Tikriti (2002–2003)
- Law enforcement in Iraq
- Directorate of General Security – Former internal Iraqi security agency
- Iraqi Intelligence Service – Former external Iraqi security agency
- al-Marashi, Ibrahim (September 2002). "Iraq's Security and Intelligence Network: A Guide and Analysis". Middle East Review of International Affairs. Archived from the original on 2008-01-10. Retrieved 2008-01-23.
- Coalition Provisional Authority Order Number 2: Dissoulution of Entities
- Duelfer, Charles (2004-09-30). "Iraq's Security Services". Iraq Survey Group Final Report. Globalsecurity.org. Retrieved 2008-01-28.
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