Rafi Daham al-Tikriti

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Rafi Daham Mejwel Al-Tikriti
رافع دحام مجول التكريتي
In office
17 June 1976 – 11 October 1999
Preceded by Unknown
Succeeded by Unknown
Member of the Iraqi Revolutionary Command Council
Chief of the Iraqi Intelligence Service
Iraqi Ambassador to Turkey
Director of the Iraqi Secret Services
Iraqi Ambassador to Spain
Personal details
Born (1937-04-24)24 April 1937
Died 11 October 1999(1999-10-11) (aged 62)
Political party Ba'ath Arab Socialist Party
Religion Sunni Islam

Rafi' Dahham Mejwel Al-Tikriti (Arabic: رافع دحام مجول التكريتي‎‎; 24 April 1937 – 11 October 1999) was Saddam Hussein's second cousin, Member of the Iraqi Revolutionary Command Council, Director of the Iraqi Intelligence Service, the former Iraqi Ambassador to Turkey, and former Head of the Iraqi Secret Services, which is equivalent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) when conducting domestic activities. He was one of the well known political figures in Iraq. The former Iraqi Government during Saddam Hussein era announced his official death on 11 October 1999 where he was buried in Tikrit which is the home town of many senior members of the Iraqi government at the center of the province of Salah ad Din.

List of directors[edit]

What follows is a list of Directors of the well known Iraqi Intelligence Service Directors.

Rafea Daham Al-tikriti

Barzan Ibrahim Hassan Al-Tikriti
Saadon Shakir Al-Tikriti
Rafi' Dahham Mejwel Al-Tikriti
Sabawi Ibrahim Hassan Al-Tikriti
Fathil Baraak Al-Tikriti
Fathil Silfeej Al-Tikriti
Sabir Ibrahim Al Doori
Tahir Jaleel Haboosh

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