Saddam Hussein

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Iraqi leader who waged war against Iran

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Uloom lived in London for a number of years as a dissident during the Saddam Hussein era, and was condemned to death in absentia in 1969 by the Baath regime.
The book also includes poems and letters written by Saddam Hussein.
As Al-Ani writes, once the weapons of mass destruction rationale for the Iraqi invasion proved ephemeral, major stress was placed by the United States on how bad Saddam Hussein had been as a ruler.
During the months leading up to the war, and after, the Bush administration repeatedly juxtaposed references to Saddam Hussein and Iraq with references to 9/11, thereby creating the impression in the public mind that Saddam was behind the 9/11 attacks without explicitly making the assertion.
Bringing Saddam Hussein to justice will not end the violence in Iraq, but it is an important milestone on Iraq's course to becoming a democracy that can govern, sustain, and defend itself, and be an ally in the War on Terror.
The anti-war campaigner hit out at claims he was a supporter of Saddam Hussein and declared the programme a 'waste of time'.
Filipino-style "people power" would not have brought down Saddam Hussein.
CHEVRON, MOBIL AND TEXACO were among the corporations that purchased oil from Iraq under the UN-operated oil-for-food program while sanctions were in place against the regime of Saddam Hussein.
Bush on Thursday welcomed the appearance of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in an Iraqi court, the White House said.
The White House dismissed accusations from Saddam Hussein yesterday that President Bush was "the real criminal".
policy toward Iraq increasingly focused on toppling Iraqi President Saddam Hussein (Falk, 2002; von Sponeck, 2002; Cortright & Lopez, 2000).
There is no doubt that a vicious tyrant was deposed, or that Saddam Hussein deserves much worse than he has so far gotten.
A JORDANIAN lawyer said yesterday he has been appointed to defend Saddam Hussein by the ousted dictator's wife.