Saddam Hussein


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Synonyms for Saddam Hussein

Iraqi leader who waged war against Iran

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Saddam Hussein, like so many Caesars both ancient and modern, was a relentless builder with a grandiose taste for size.
We use to pray to live for just five minutes without Saddam Hussein.
I was an opponent of Saddam Hussein when most people did not know who he was.
It was this unrealistic image of extreme hostility and evil intentions which dominated the thinking of Saddam Hussein and led to his invasion of Kuwait.
We have known for many years that Saddam Hussein is seeking and developing weapons of mass destruction.
Compared to Osama bin Laden or Saddam Hussein, finding Karadzic seems, if not easy, a comparatively attainable goal.
Just how close Saddam Hussein was to being able to deliver effectively such horrific weapons is open to question.
TELEVISED IMAGES OF JOYFUL IRAQIS PULLING DOWN statues of Saddam Hussein offer the primary evidence of the success of America's recent adventure in the sands of Arabia, as the war's many supporters conveniently forget that the liberation of the Iraqi populace was hardly at the forefront of the Bush administration's original rationale for war.
The Iraqi military performed badly in the Gulf War of 1991: Saddam Hussein promised the mother of all baffles, but his troops delivered instead the mother of all bugouts.
inspectors an opportunity to conduct their searches in Iraq, and without a precipitating act of war from Saddam Hussein.
I can't imagine that anyone in the civilised world believes that Saddam Hussein is a good thing.
Makiya refers to this article as Said's "first response to the Gulf crisis," and chastises Said for having "nothing to say about Saddam Hussein.
On November 29, 1990, the United Nations Security Council approved a resolution authorizing the use of force against Iraq if Saddam Hussein did not pull his troops out of Kuwait by January 15, 1991.
Before going to war against Iraq last March, President Bush told the world that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was a threat.