This Day in Jewish History / Nine Jewish 'spies' are hanged in Baghdad
Show trials, public hanging and 'feast’ that followed, in 1969, earned widespread international criticism of Iraq.
On January 27, 1969, the Iraqi authorities hanged 14 alleged spies in a public execution in Baghdad: nine Jews, three Muslims and two Christians.
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