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Reconciliation please

BBC - Saddam Hussein has urged Iraqis to seek reconciliation, two days after being sentenced to death by hanging for crimes against humanity.


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What do you think would happen if Saddam got back his access to presidency? doesn't matter how, I just wonder what would the current Iraqi government personnel do, do you think they will stay in Iraq and keep fighting against him or they will just run away?

What they were fighting for in the first place? Were they fighting for Iraq or for their own good ? I'm not Pro-Saddam in any mean at least because he pushed Iraqis to war after war since he become president not to mention his crimes against humanity or actually against people whom he should protect not intimidate.

Bush's war in Iraq didn't make the situation any better, Iraqis had one Saddam but now thousands of Saddmies with hundreds of crimes against humanity everyday, One should be happy for Saddam's verdict result but what next?

I'm all to sentence Saddam to death and would love it if they make it in public so we can watch him dying, I really would like to watch the checkmate but Iraqis now have to think of what next?


Congratulations Arab.


Via Sandmonkey Via Cairo Freeze

[tags] Saddam, Hussein, sentence, death, verdict, cartoons [/tags]

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  1. do you think they will stay in Iraq and keep fighting against him or they will just run away?

    If the Iraqis were so supressed and oppressed, why did they wait for a foreign force to 'liberate' them?

    I’m not Pro-Saddam in any mean at least because he pushed Iraqis to war after war since he become president not to mention his crimes against humanity or actually against people whom he should protect not intimidate.

    I wonder if that would have been the belief 20 years ago? Can you name one leader in the Arab World in particular and the World in general who has not committed crimes against his people? How about one who has unconditional dedication to ensure justice, equality and a better life for all his citizens?

    Iraqis had one Saddam but now thousands of Saddmies with hundreds of crimes against humanity everyday,
    Oh, the crimes against humanity whose master of it all is Saddam and only Saddam, so it seems.
    One should be happy for Saddam’s verdict result
    Why should one be happy that a country once rich in resources,culture and civilization has been reduced to a mere jungle with a bunch of thugs, vultures roaming the bloody chaotic streets? You know what would have given me, as an Arab first and foremost, immeasurable satisfaction and pride? If the Iraqi people were the ones to revolt and over throw Saddam's Regime. A revolution by the people, for the people and for the country. An example that could've spread to other Arab people who seem to have a problem with their governments yet cannot dare do the least bit about it.

    Congratulations Arab
    I'm very lost as to what your congratulating Arabs for? Seriously. Are you congratulating them for their silence and Cowardice?

    but what next?
    Not much...but I'd love to tell you what I'd like to see happen next! maybe some other time!

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  2. 1-) Maybe they didn't because they couldn't do it themselves just like Kuwaiti, they couldn't defend themselves from Iraqis so they asked for U.S help, or like Muslims in Kusovo, they couldn't fight Serbians, they couldn't defend themselves until U.S helped them.


    2-) I guess I didn't had same opinion 20 years ago because I was six years old but lets talk about the first gulf war, I was pro-Saddam and Iraqis but I was 10 years old so emotions was controlling me rather than that thing inside my head :D

    2.1-) One leader? King Hussein
    2.2-) King Hussein

    3.-) Not only Saddam but he's the weak one now, that's it. (Politics are dirty by nature)
    4-) One should be happy for the checkmate.
    5-) One can't wake up without chaos

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