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ʻAzīz, Ṭāriq

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Personal name headingʻAzīz, Ṭāriq
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Variant(s)Aziz, Tareq
Aziz, Tarek
Mikhail Yuhanna
Yuhanna, Mikhail
طارق عزيز
عزيز، طارق
Birth date19360428
Death date20150605
Place of birthMosul (Iraq)
Place of deathNāṣirīyah (Iraq)
Field of activityIraq--Foreign relations--1979-1991
AffiliationḤizb al-Baʻth al-ʻArabī al-Ishtirākī (Iraq)
Profession or occupationForeign ministers
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Found inHis Ḥarakat al-thawrah al-ʻArabīyah ... 1972.
His The Iraq-Iran conflict, 1981: t.p. (Tareq Aziz)
Tarek Aziz, c2000: t.p. (Tarek Asiz)
Ṭāriq ʻAzīz-- rajul wa-qaḍīyah, 2000: introd. (statesman and Prime Minister of Iraq)
New York times (online), viewed June 9, 2015 (in obituary published June 5: Tariq Aziz; b. Apr. 28, 1936, near Mosul, to a Chaldean Christian family; his name in Syriac, which is still used among Chaldean Christians, was Mikhail Yuhanna; joined the Baath Party after studying English at Baghdad University, changing his name so that it would sound more Arabic; d. Friday [June 5, 2015], Nasiriya, aged 79; Iraqi foreign minister and deputy prime minister who for decades was the most public face of Saddam Hussein's government on the world stage)
Associated languageara