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  Posted: Dec 30 2006, 06:08 AM
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Saddam Hussein during his trial

SADDAM Hussein was hanged at dawn in Baghdad today, with the former Iraqi dictator refusing to wear a hood and yelling "God is great" as he stood on the gallows.

Iraqi officials said that on his way to his execution Saddam asked for his copy of the Koran to be passed on to someone.

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  Posted: Dec 30 2006, 06:22 AM
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READER: The hanging of Saddam is merely a very poor attempt to cover up the US government's failures in Iraq and in its own country.

Saddam is a puppet that was put in place by a previous US government. Their puppet refused to allow his country to be pulled and pushed around by American crime-lords any longer. He had succeeded in changing the sale of oil in his country from the fiat US greenback to the more profitable Euro.

If Saddam is dying for 148 deaths that were apparently his fault, then why isn't George Bush being put to death for the many thousands of innocent Iraqis he has killed through this brutal war of terrorism? His lies were also directly responsible for the deaths of thousands of young Americans that could have been alive now.

In addition to Bush, the village idiot, there are many other members of the Bush administration that must also be handled appropriately. They too had a major role in the many many unnecessary deaths (murders) of Iraqi and American people.

In addition, the media heads should all be considered a part of the crime. They helped to cover up the truth and to lie to the public. And the public believes the media does not lie. The media has outlived its usefulness to society. It should be broken up and sold off to parties willing to be more responsible. The current owners, of course, will either be in prison or executed for their part in the brutal murders.

In comparison to all of the American crimes at home and abroad, the apparent crimes of Saddam sure do pale. If he is to be punished, then is it not fair that others be punished too?

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Posted: Dec 31 2006, 07:34 AM
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I couldn't agree more, Hang 'em High. Assuming, of course, that that was the real Saddam and that he actually did do the rope dance yesterday. With so many major lies blotting out any tiny truths seeping out of Iraq, I'm not quick to accept this auto da fe at face value.


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Posted: Dec 31 2006, 08:28 AM
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True, Tex

The real Saddam's probably in Hawaii
so many lies abound it's hard to know the real truth
they spun the 'evil Saddam' story for so many years they
must've had something up their sleeves
I just suspect the real Saddam was in on the deal

I've heard anecdotal evidence that Idi Amin snuck into Australia
to visit relatives, so nothing would surprise me




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Darkness and light...


'I call on you not to hate because hate does not leave space for a person to be fair. It makes you blind and closes all doors of thinking.' The man who said this was hanged on Saturday. Even in the coldest hearts, there are places where the warmth of wisdom still shines. Conversely, even in the most enlightened minds, there can still be areas where the ugly shadows of ignorance fall. As long as any human being on this earth sees justification in killing another human, no matter how terrible their crimes... we are all living in darkness.


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Posted: Dec 31 2006, 10:18 PM
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Saddam Hussein and Donald Rumsfeld in the 1980s when Saddam was a useful American/Israeli puppet and was used to wage war against Iran for 8 years causing an estimated 1.5 million deaths.
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Posted: Dec 31 2006, 10:26 PM
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Posted: Jan 1 2007, 11:16 AM
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Is this a video showing the sacrifice of Saddam Hussein?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xodcx4P7-v4



Note: Can someone please check the link for me and verify what the video is?
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On the Gallows, Curses for US and "Traitors"
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Baghdad - Saddam Hussein never bowed his head, until his neck snapped.

His last words were equally defiant.

"Down with the traitors, the Americans, the spies and the Persians."

The final hour of Iraq's former ruler began about 5 a.m., when American troops escorted him from Camp Cropper, near the Baghdad airport, to Camp Justice, another American base at the heart of the city.

There, he was handed over to a newly trained unit of the Iraqi National Police, with whom he would later exchange curses. Iraq took full custody of Mr. Hussein at 5:30 a.m.

Two American helicopters flew 14 witnesses from the Green Zone to the execution site - a former headquarters of the Istikhbarat, the deposed government's much feared military intelligence outfit, now inside the American base.

Mr. Hussein was escorted into the room where the gallows, with its red railing, stood, greeted at the door by three masked executioners known as ashmawi. Several of the witnesses present - including Munkith al-Faroun, the deputy prosecutor for the court; Munir Haddad, the deputy chief judge for the Iraqi High Tribunal; and Sami al- Askari, a member of Parliament - described in detail how the execution unfolded and independently recounted what was said.

To protect himself from the bitter cold before dawn during the short trip, Mr. Hussein wore a 1940s-style wool cap, a scarf and a long black coat over a white collared shirt.

His executioners wore black ski masks, but Mr. Hussein could still see their deep brown skin and hear their dialects, distinct to the Shiite southern part of the country, where he had so brutally repressed two separate uprisings.

The small room had a foul odor. It was cold, had bad lighting and a sad, melancholic atmosphere. With the witnesses and 11 other people - including guards and the video crew - it was cramped.

Mr. Hussein's eyes darted about, trying to take in just who was going to put an end to him.

The executioners took his hat and his scarf.

Mr. Hussein, whose hands were bound in front of him, was taken to the judge's room next door. He followed each order he was given.

He sat down and the verdict, finding him guilty of crimes against humanity, was read aloud.

"Long live the nation!" Mr. Hussein shouted. "Long live the people! Long live the Palestinians!"

He continued shouting until the verdict was read in full, and then he composed himself again.

When he rose to be led back to the execution room at 6 a.m., he looked strong, confident and calm. Whatever apprehension he may have had only minutes earlier had faded.

The general prosecutor asked Mr. Hussein to whom he wanted to give his Koran. He said Bandar, the son of Awad al-Bandar, the former chief justice of the Revolutionary Court who was also to be executed soon.

The room was quiet as everyone began to pray, including Mr. Hussein. "Peace be upon Mohammed and his holy family."

Two guards added, "Supporting his son Moktada, Moktada, Moktada."

Mr. Hussein seemed a bit stunned, swinging his head in their direction.

They were talking about Moktada al-Sadr, the firebrand cleric whose militia is now committing some of the worst violence in the sectarian fighting; he is the son of a revered Shiite cleric, Muhammad Sadiq al- Sadr, whom many believe Mr. Hussein ordered murdered.

"Moktada?" he spat out, mixing sarcasm and disbelief.

Mowaffak al-Rubaie, Iraq's national security adviser, asked Mr. Hussein if he had any remorse or fear.

"No," he said bluntly. "I am a militant and I have no fear for myself. I have spent my life in jihad and fighting aggression. Anyone who takes this route should not be afraid."

Mr. Rubaie, standing shoulder to shoulder with Mr. Hussein, asked him about the killing of the elder Mr. Sadr.

They were standing so close to each other that others could not hear the exchange.

One of the guards, though, became angry. "You have destroyed us," the masked man yelled. "You have killed us. You have made us live in destitution."

Mr. Hussein was scornful: "I have saved you from destitution and misery and destroyed your enemies, the Persians and Americans."

The guard cursed him. "God damn you."

Mr. Hussein replied, "God damn you."

Two witnesses, apparently uninvolved in selecting the guards, exchanged a quiet joke, saying they gathered that the goal of disbanding the militias had yet to be accomplished.

The deputy prosecutor, Mr. Faroun, berated the guards, saying, "I will not accept any offense directed at him."

Mr. Hussein was led up to the gallows without a struggle. His hands were unbound, put behind his back, then fastened again. He showed no remorse. He held his head high.

The executioners offered him a hood. He refused. They explained that the thick rope could cut through his neck and offered to use the scarf he had worn earlier to keep that from happening. Mr. Hussein accepted.

He stood on the high platform, with a deep hole beneath it.

He said a last prayer. Then, with his eyes wide open, no stutter or choke in his throat, he said his final words cursing the Americans and the Persians.

At 6:10 a.m., the trapdoor swung open. He seemed to fall a good distance, but he died swiftly. After just a minute, his body was still. His eyes still were open but he was dead. Despite the scarf, the rope cut a gash into his neck.

His body stayed hanging for another nine minutes as those in attendance broke out in prayer, praising the Prophet, at the death of a dictator.

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Ali Adeeb and Khalid al-Ansary contributed reporting from Baghdad.

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/123106Z.shtml

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Wow. What a show.


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