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 Iraqi Kurdistan presidentís son Mansur Barzani reportedly loses $3 million in a Casino

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Iraqi Kurdistan presidentís son Mansour Barzani reportedly loses $3 million in a Casino  15.5.2012
By Karim Ismaeel -


Kurdistan region president Massoud Barzani (R) with his son Mansour. Photo: Facebook.
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Masrour Barzani (L) the director of the Intelligence and Security Agency of the Kurdistan
with his brother Mansour Barzani (R) a high Kurdish military official. Photo: Facebook.

May 15, 2012

DUBAI, ó  The son of Iraq's Kurdistan region president, Massoud Barzani, Mansour has lost the amount of three million dollars in a Dubai casino, the Qatar's trade and business magazine reported. Adding that Mansour has been advised by his friends who are present with him to stop playing, but he continued playing until dawn with his loss amounted to $3 million US dollars, the magazine added.

Massoud Barzaniís sons run intelligence and the militia in autonomous region of Kurdistan in Iraq's north.


According to sources said that Massoud Barzani, has cut his talks in Erbil and visit the UAE, he reached the UAE in the fastest possible time to heal the scandal that took place their.

The sources also said that the gambling loses of Barzani's eldest son, Masrour Barzani, who heads the Kurdish security apparatus in the Kurdistan region have surpassed his brother Mansour squandered public money, whether in Switzerland or USA.  Masrour had bought (Villa) in the US for 10 million dollars and this was confirmed by the American researcher (Michael Rubin). Rubin describes the ruling family by saying "Massoud has become Saddam; his sons Masrour and Mansour act like Saddamís sons Qusay and Uday"

According to (New Iraq) daily newspaper, the Barzanis smuggle the oil from Kurdistan region to Iran and Afghanistan and the shift the money to his previous bank account in Germany before transferring it to Switzerland bank. The newspaper reported that Germany gave Barzani a deadline of 3 months to reveal his calculations.

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