Death penalty for Saddam Hussein + Full Execution Video!

Click on Pic for the updates with Video including hanging and below the video of the full execution!


On Nov 5 2006

so, who didnt guess? saddam will be killed somehow and all this “probably” will come to an end.. i dont know what Arabs think of that but i guess if one kills that amount of people he should be killed infront of all! anyway, i wonder what’s next.. you know the political game and all.. it seems like its unstopable!
Watch the court statement video from bbc on the right there’s a link (for copy rights issues)
Now, what you think? its right or not to kill saddam hussein?

56 thoughts on “Death penalty for Saddam Hussein + Full Execution Video!

  1. I am not sure that any human should be killed in the first place.

    Yes, I am aware of the awful things he has done in the past, and yes, getting rid of him might help calming things down in Iraq as some people argue, but I am not sure if anyone has the right to take someone else life.

  2. مهما كان الموضوع, حتى لو كان مجرم سفاح, ولكن الحكم على رئيس عربي بالاعدام بهذي الطريقة هو إذلال لأي عربي عنده بقايا شرف أو شيء يشبه الكرامة

  3. he got it coming. gal before the hearing he was laughing and making jokes, he won’t be laughing now.
    and what about all the people he’s murdered and tortured? they deserve justice too.
    and the link for the video isn’t working😦

  4. maybe I am angry with him for killing my husband’s father when he was just 1 year old and for killing many of iranian (women,men ,children).But I think he have to be killed.

  5. Ya Abed, I always disagree with you🙂

    But I can’t keep my mouth shut when I hear you saying so.

    Saddam is prosecuted by an Iraqi court. The judge who gave the verdict is Iraqi. The lawyers and the prosecuters are Iraqi’s. He are going to get his death penalty by Iraqi hands.

    This is in no way a shame for Arabs. In the contrary, it is more shameful that we didn’t do anything in the past 2o years to help our brothers in Iraq getting rid of that horrible regeme.

    Saddam was not an Arabic leader. He was an Arabic bastard who torn our Arabic world like no one else.

  6. lool @ Arab Observer, wallah etwaqqa3at you come and say the opposite opinion, bas 3arasi wallah😀

    I’m against the criminal Saddam, and I beleive it would be better if they killed him once they caught him. But I said that because I beleive that the way the trial took place was humiliating. You know, even If you don’t like the man, but treating an Arab president (whoever he is) this way is just something makes me sad :s

  7. hehehe🙂

    Maybe you should disassociate the link between Saddam and youself. I mean you are an Arab, and he used to be an Arabic leader, but that doesn’t mean you have to follow his leadership when he goes astray, or associate him being humilated with yourself, cause he happened to humilate many Arabs and keep himself on the crown for years.

    I personally wish to see other Arab presidents following his path. Some has caused much damage to their people and should pay for that.

    It is one thing to inflict harm on other nations and another thing when you damage your own people.

  8. 650,000 Iraqi got killed since the beginning of the occupation to Iraq. So after executing Saddam it’s 650,000 + 1 .

    I wish that saddam got killed by Iraqis. For me, the situation was very bad with Saddam’s regime but I beleive Iraq after the occupation is in its worst eras ever.

  9. I am not going to defend in favor of the occupation or what is happening in Iraq right now, but one can compare between the numbers of Iraqi killed after the American occupation and the numbers killed under Saddam’s regeme.

  10. I’m totally against execution to saddam or to anybody… But sadam is still a cruel murderous and he committed many genocides against the kurds, iranians, shiats’, and many other people even his people. He caused many troubles to his neighbours and nation … He should be punished to be a good lesson to all dictators in this world..

    YES for punishment.
    NO for excution.

    Another point if they executed him he will be considered as martyr to some sick and ignorant people and he doesn’t deserve that honour… this is another reason why he should not be executed.. they should leave him in prison – with penal servitude – until he dies………

  11. NouR, I think you said it best. I was for his execution at first. But after thinking about it and now reading what you said. They can just put him in a 4×12 cell and isolate him from the prison population. That would be just fine for me. One last note, I am glad Sadam is not in power but not happy with the US’s reason for going to Iraq. I don’t believe a word that Bush said.

  12. ok one of the reasons he is being executed for is using chemical wepons.corect?so tel me how long ago was it that the israeli prime minister used chemical; explosions to kill all the inoccent palestinian women and chilldren. is this not double standards!! if sadam gets executed so should d israeli prime minister. instead the george bush is equiping israelis with mass weapons himself to use on the people of palestine who fight with sticks and stones! they may escape this court but no body will escape the court of Allah on the day of judgment! justice will be done!

  13. One of my friends brother …taken by the tyranny cruel ignorant troops …after they shoot him at prison …they came to his house and ask her sister and mother to pay for the bullets??!!!imagine and decide urself….i have seen a girl and her father without head ..lay down on the road after the helicopter shoot them from air ….i am iraqi…there is non of us left without suffering and frightening….recently i told my friend,pay for bullet,that Saddam has got death penalty …there was a clapping answer.

  14. Dear twisted system of america..
    As u death sentenced Saddam tonight, be sure that you will all burn in hell someday.. you and each sheep u control…including Arabs leadership!!
    This mighty man will never die.. he will always be alive,
    I love the arrogant iraqi president,
    he’s too conqueror to live in this world..
    BURN!!
    10 mins and his soul will be free
    30/12/2006

  15. Ashen,
    Saddam murdered his own son-in-laws- he took whatever he wanted from the Iraqi people – he allowed his son’s to rape and murder young girls – death is too good for him – he should have been tortured as he tortured

  16. Hes dead, it’s finally over, he will rot in hell where he belongs and finally his victims familys can get the peace they deserve. I don’t belive in the death penalty, but this man makes me want him dead. He got what he deserves, I hope everyone know that

  17. As if killing him changes anything….though its good to be finished with such psychotic bastards…may all politicians sleep safe and sound this night….and….please god…dont wake them up for ur sake and …..your childrens’ .

  18. Ashen Lady,

    Reading your post just made me laugh so hard, I actually fell of my couch onto the floor. When one has a pest present what do we do, we exterminate it. Hussein, along with the Iranian, syrian, and all those other muslim fundamentalists who twist the quran around to their intent and purpose. These are pests that must be eliminated from presence, not just isolated. Just think the same think would’ve happened to a famous Austrian corporal in the 40’s had the Russians gotten to him before he took the coward’s way out and killed himself.

    Have a nice day

  19. We are so scandalizing about the death of one human beeng? (or animal as Saddam) But we don’t scandalize about thousands of Kurds, Iraqi Schiites, Christians(Assyrians, Chaldeans exept Tarik Aziz), Iraqi Jewish and Iranians. An lot of others… One thing which I hate in this long story – the process. The could kill him wit all this psicological distruction of his personality.

  20. We are so scandalizing about the death of one human beeng? (or animal as Saddam) But we don’t scandalize about thousands of Kurds, Iraqi Schiites, Christians(Assyrians, Chaldeans exept Tarik Aziz), Iraqi Jewish and Iranians. An lot of others… One thing which I hate in this long story – the process. The could kill him without psicological distruction of his personality.

  21. I hope to see all arab leaders on trials by their own people for crimes they have and are commiting against humanity.

    They are all criminals and they diserve simillar end to Iraq’s butcher.

    this is not a dream by the way, its very possible after whats happened to saddam.

    It may take time, but that is the only way to settle the middle east, and give the people of middle east their rights, respect and freedom again.

    zaid

  22. Wow justice! can you please ask Mr Bush to make sure that justice is served everywhere in the world?
    How many have Sharon killed in Sabra and Shatella ???? and 3000 counted of or troops dies in Iraqi !!!!!!Should Bush be punished for all those lives??? SO DOES JUSTICE APPLY ON ALL OR ONLY THOSE WHO ARE ALLYS?

  23. The trial is american plan and implemented by iraqi’s, what did the Arab leaders done to help the iraqi people …. NOTHING at all, they just stood there and waited for the hero of the day our saviors the americans to do what they want how many innocent people died becouse of this war!, looking at the situation in iraq nowadays you just walk in a market street and a car blow up!! Civil war, people get kidnapped, she3a and sonah fighting, it’s all mixed up …. so which is better BUSH and his allies justic or Saddam ragime?!! I remmeber befor war during saddam rule sonah and she3a were living in peace and harmony all MUSLIMS.

    The verdict for Saddam was not fair, the whole trial was a joke …. Arab leaders should have done something long time a go …..

    ..[Full Saddam Execution Video Leaked from Cellphone].. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=863ce7d4a3

  24. I don’t think that Saddam deserved death ;but if he did then the Iraqi goverment or the Americans are not the once to judge for and do it ,since they are much worst.

  25. remeber the old story of the white,yellow,and black bulls. When the lion ate the black one, the others (yellow and white bulls ) said when they saw the lion approaching “we were eaten when the black bull was eaten”. Who’s next!
    by executing him and humiliatin him this way, he can meet god with a clea face.
    reat in peace

  26. أتمنى أن يحصل لجميع الزعماء العرب ما حصل لاسد الأمة العربية لانهم رضوا بهذه المذلة لامريكا وأعوانها الخونة أمثال نوري المالكي

  27. I hope to happen this thing with all arab leaders as happened with Saddam, because they kept quite with abase to America and its assistants as Nouri Al Malki

  28. ma 7ada bet5ayal adeah ana m3asbeh mn had el mawdoo3, ya jama3a ya bashar, mshan allah 7awlo bs tshoofo tshoofo ab3ad mn roos mana5eerkom o b3eed 3an wejhat nazarkom el sha5seyeh!!! had 7akem 3arabi moslem an3adam youm 3eidna, sho fi mahaneh aktar mn heak, be’3ad el nazar 3an elli 3emlo o 3an el nas elli azaha ( o ana ba3teber 7ali menhon bema enni “jama3et el kuwait”) bs ya nas hadi ehaneh la kol el ommeh el 3araeyeh o el islamyeh mo ehaneh la sonneh wella shee3i wella 3eraqi wella 7akem wella ‘3earoh.. hada kaf aklato el ommeh el 3arabeyeh o el abla enhom msh mestaw3ebeen enhom akalo!!! o foo2 had o menno belefo el 5ad el tani b 3amayelhom hadi, ya3ni ana ma sada2et lama sme3et bel clip wa7ad be7keelo “ela jahanam” o el tani lama mat be7ki “saqata el ta’3ya” o she3et el 3eraq tel3o y’3anno o yer2osso mabsooteen.. be7yat allah fi jahel aktar mn heak??????? ma zaneat.

  29. Being a criminal has nothing to do with being an arab or something else….Saddam and Bush are equaly criminals…..it doesnt matter where they were born, that was an accident anyways, i wonder why there are people who feel offended that an arab former president has been killed ?? to hell with the guy !!!

    one has to die one day !! he got exactly what he deserved..in life theres no unjustice..what u sow, so shall you reap…finished…and he did reap…

    im not saying that it was fine to kill..to kill a soul is ugly in the very first place, but to kill the man for political reasons is just ugly, Saddam was not killed for the crimes he did….he was killed because the elections in the states are just a couple of inches away, and poor bush needs some credits…thats all…if it wasnt for justice, he shouldve been killed long ago, or …at least osama ben laden shouldve been cought, i believe he harmed american more than saddam…but i would like u people to take a deeper look at the bush adminstration policy, we all know Osama ben laden was a friend of americans back in the early ninties, what went wrong now ?

    its f**king clear, i mean…to go and invade a country u need a justification, osama was used early to help america get rid of the soviet union, he was used later to invade afghanistan, Saddam was used to to ( Make friends ) with gulf countries….by invading kuwait, he sent free invitation to the US to come and give a hand to poor kuwaiti people… in politics things are not as they look, and later when he was useless why not invade iraq ?? he can be used…things can never be more clear…its a strange world where there are people who still believe that Bush is after justice, less dozes of Alarabia, Skynews, CNN and the Times will solve many puzzles….

    Life doesnt allow accidents, theres nothing like accidents here…im not justifying the execution of saddam…im just saying that whatever is meant to happen…will happen…sooner than later…even if hes an arab…that doesnt make me feel offended…arabs are not special anywayz…no race or culture is more special than another, but when it comes to politicians…at least up to now, there has not been a single good politician, Arabs themselves dont allow him to happen….u can watch history and u will see it..
    iraqis lack fuel for their cars and their oil is being pumped day in day out to israel.. and still there are idiots who think justice is being carried for iraqis….arabs need yet to evolve….as long as their only concern is sex they will never grow, and im not includin all arabs….but to say the least, the majority are still leading a pathetic life, they dont want to grow, they cant make a stand and lead their own life the way they want. They always need “Dictate-ors” and the world is full of them….

  30. Hello Jano…

    in my opinion i think there were many alternatives instead of what they have choosen.

    Once i asked One of my Colleagues who was one of Saddam’s many victimes about what he thinks is the best punishement for him???
    he answered that laila beleive me that if you were in my shoes and you had to go through all te pain & loss that me & my family had because of this man you wont ever find a suitble punishment for this kind of a human being .

    I think that Death was the easiest & the simplest way he didnt suffer anything,

    Would his death change anything???
    what about all the loss that he made for otheres does his death pay them back what they have lost???

  31. It is evident that there is allot of justified human emotion attached to many of the above comments concerning Saddam Hussein’s death as well as some unjustified contempt for the Americans. While I do not agree with everything mentioned in the many comments here, I do agree with a statement from Ali, “What you sow, so shall you reap”. This is so true! Many of the worlds most brutal Dictators in history justifiable suffered the same fate as Saddam. I whole heartily believe that the deeds you do to others throughout your life either GOOD or BAD will return to you accordingly in the end whether you are a political leader or just an everyday person.

    I would like to know why some of you have such ill contempt for the American troops in the Middle East. I will concede that there has been quite a bit of death and destruction after Saddam as some of you attempted to compare before and after numbers of deaths or who is worse “Saddam” or “Bush”. Most of the current fighting and political problems now are due to Iraqis fighting between themselves! The Iraqis must come together for the good of their own country. Iraq could be a great nation in the Middle East if all involved would only work together as ONE and move forward in a unified common direction.

    In reply to some of your comments, I would respectfully submit to you these questions to ponder…Why does the Middle East have such a brutal history of fighting among each other with very little cooperation on any issue? Why do so many people follow the religious leaders blindly without any reservations to the negative consequences for themselves or their country? Why is the Middle East full of Dictators, Kings, Royal families who control all the wealth, etc? Why can’t Middle Eastern governments and religions leaders do what is righteous for their people’s sake? Why does the United Nations not take a more active role in the Middle East or any other conflict and tends to shirk any necessary use of force to the United States? Why do so many countries actively seek assistance from America in national emergencies? Answer these questions and find a remedy and I think you would never see American troops on Middle Eastern soil again.

    While America has made mistakes and it is not perfect, I do think they honestly tried to make Iraq a better place for the people. Sadly, I think the Middle East will probably see other Dictators possible worse than Saddam as long as some political and religious leaders divide the people and incite raw public emotions thereby creating a political environment where a Dictator can thieve. I think a Democratic style government would be good for the Middle East; at least there would be a means to remove a bad leader without using military force. Just my opinion.

  32. It is evident that there is allot of justified human emotion attached to many of the above comments concerning Saddam Hussein’s death as well as some contempt for the Americans. While I do not agree with everything mentioned in the many comments here, I do agree with a statement from Ali, “What you sow, so shall you reap”. This is so true! Many of the worlds most brutal Dictators in history justifiable suffered the same fate as Saddam. I whole heartily believe that the deeds you do to others throughout your life either GOOD or BAD will return to you accordingly in the end whether you are a political leader or just an everyday person.

    I would like to know why some of you have such ill contempt for the American troops in the Middle East. I will concede that there has been quite a bit of death and destruction after Saddam as some of you attempted to compare before and after numbers of deaths or who is worse “Saddam” or “Bush”. Most of the current fighting and political problems now are due to Iraqis fighting between themselves! The Iraqis must come together for the good of their own country. Iraq could be a great nation in the Middle East if all involved would only work together as ONE and move forward in a unified common direction.

    In reply to some of your comments, I would submit to you these questions to ponder…Why does the Middle East have such a brutal history of fighting among each other with very little cooperation on any issue? Why do so many people follow the religious leaders blindly without any reservations to the negative consequences for themselves or their country? Why is the Middle East full of Dictators, Kings, Royal families who control all the wealth, etc? Why can’t Middle Eastern governments and religions leaders do what is righteous for their people’s sake? Why does the United Nations not take a more active role in the Middle East or any other conflict and tends to shirk any use of force to the United States? Why do so many countries actively seek assistance from America in national emergencies? Answer these questions and find a remedy and I think you would never see American troops on Middle Eastern soil again.

    While America has made mistakes and it is not perfect, the Middle East will probably see other Dictators possibly worse than Saddam as long as some political and religious leaders divide the people and incite raw public emotions thereby creating a political environment where a Dictator can thieve. I think a Democratic style government would be good for the Middle East; at least there would be a means to remove a bad leader without using military force.

  33. David…i loved what u wrote except for this part, it stands out , looks true but its not !

    “with While America has made mistakes and it is not perfect, I do think they honestly tried to make Iraq a better place for the people. ”

    if killing hundreds of thousands and raping hundreds of women is ( mistake) i wonder what (crime ) looks like….

    The Bush adminstration ( and im not saying americans…just for the record ) have not tried to make iraq a better place, its true, Iraqis are fighting each other, but i would like you to take a sincere and profound look over the thing again.. at the origins of the iraqi people conflict…

    To me, Saddam was a blessing to iraqis , comparatively…relatively he was a great blessing, if he was killing thousands, the US troops have been killing HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS, i have no respect for the Bush adminstration…nor for the american troops, you might prolly think im “just another an anti-american guy” ..but the truth is…i dont have any respect for every single solider who have walked on this earth since Adam and Eve , if there were any…

    The whole world knows what sort of industries George W. Bush owns….and theyre not chocoloate or chewing gums factories !!

    The american invasion on iraq is not justified , the american troops’ job should be securing the United States of America and not invading other people’s countries to kill and rape and whatnot..using the psuedo reasoning of ( bringing on a democratic iraq )
    i would like u and everybody reading this to ponder over it…

    You raised pretty good questions about the middle east countries on which i agree with most of what u said, but …reading this question i was baffled

    (Why does the United Nations not take a more active role in the Middle East …)

    what is the united nations ??
    i live in lebanon my dear and your united nations was not been able to stop the war for 33
    days on a small country like lebanon,
    this is ur united nations…..

    they have not helped help lebanon in any way….almost 600 children were dead by bloody israeli warships and ur united nations kept watching ….

    To hell with the united nations..i have no respect for it….thats sheer crap…its a condradictory terms…. ” united nations ” the nations are not united and we all know it….

    One final thing..democracy can not be imposed, US should stop this vane effort of distibuting democracy, democracy has to be earned…and obviously no middle eastern country is yet ready to embrace it..not even lebanon or israel…

    Try to take a look at the all arab presidents and you’ll be amazed ur self…the whole world knows theres no such a thing as democracy in neither Egypt, Jordan, Syria , or Saudi Arabia, but looked from the eyes of the Bush adminstrations those presidents are worth keeping…..

    America is against syria now right ?? why theyre not yet raising the issue of removing its president ??

  34. Correct me if I’m wrong, but is it not the great Farah Abdul Aziz that has come back to grace us with her presence? Farah! How you doing?!?

  35. “the american troops’ job should be securing the United States of America” Ali, just to talk about this point, that is true. The job includes going to far away places to make sure the country is secure.

  36. Ali,

    First of all, you do have some valid points in your rebuttal to my comments and questions I posted relating to Saddam Hussein’s death and the many other comments posted by others. I do not agree with all of your talking points you put forth, but I respect your opinion and your right to say what you honestly believe. Although, I do detect some anger in your comments so please remember that disagreement without condemnation is a good thing! I think if human beings could listen to one another’s point of view without letting their ideology and emotions interfere with the dialogue there would probably be a lot less tensions between men and nations.

    You say Saddam Hussein was a blessing to Iraqis and you justify this statement by comparing the number of deaths in Iraq under Saddam’s regime verses the numbers of deaths under U.S. troops. The old adage of pointing to a perceived greater atrocities to some how justify what is consider to be a far less atrocity does not pass the rational thought process or the common sense test in my opinion. Using your formula, anyone could justify any act or crime on God’s good earth thereby creating chaos for us all. One must look at the INTENT or MOTIVE at which an act or behavior was committed. In light of this, Saddam and his regime acted with the deliberate INTENT to kill, intimidate and oppress all who opposed him for twenty plus years. In addition, from what several Iraqi political leaders proclaim here in America is that Saddam killed close to 800,000 or more composed of his own civilian population during his tenure as President.

    On the other hand, comparatively speaking, the United States troops have killed a few thousand military combatants (Saddam’s soldiers who were armed) and fell under the Geneva Convention in the opening days of the war. After Saddam was removed from power, remnants of his loyalist and military continued to fight. As time passed, (non-military combatants who were armed) entered Iraq from Jordon, Syria and Iran under an ideological and religions banner to ensure that America did not succeed at rebuilding Iraq. These non-Iraqi fighters masked themselves among the general population of civilian men, women and children making it extremely difficult to identify them. They attack U.S. troops and fade back into the general population as cover and here Ali is were the innocent people get hurt in the fog of war. Currently, there are many killed in Iraq due to the fighting between the Iraqis themselves fueled by Syria, Iran and other religious leaders throughout the Middle East.

    So let’s look at the intent or motive of the American troops. The overall INTENT of the U.S. troops in Iraq is not to occupy Iraq. Nor is it to deliberately kill, intimidate or oppress the general Iraqi population. If this was the case, then the full force of the U.S. military could be levied without any regard for the Iraqi people. It just does not make sense to willfully destroy the entire country! The situation is quite the contrary. U.S. troops take great care overall to ensure the general Iraqi population is not injured. I have first have knowledge that American troops treat Iraqi soldiers, men, women and children in our mobile hospitals in Iraq. We even feed and treat our enemy in our hospitals who were just trying to kill us.
    Could the United States end the violence in Iraq in a short period of time? The answer is yes, but that would mean total and complete destruction of Iraq and many more innocent people would be killed and the Iraqi people have so much to offer the world for that to happen. While war is a very inhuman act and I often wonder why God allows men and nations to settle their differences by such violent means as to cause such death and destruction on both sides I’ll never know. I know some will not understand, but one atrocity never justifies another atrocity. We must look at the intent and totality of a situation without personal emotions as facts occur before we rush to pass judgment.

    Ali, you are correct concerning the United Nations (U.N.), it is not as united as we all think. It appears that each nation in the U.N. during a world emergency these days puts its own interest ahead of anything that may lead to military force which may be necessary to preserve world peace. It just doesn’t make sense to me when America contributes millions of dollar to the U.N. annually and most of the countries that are members mostly votes for the United States to take the lead in an unpopular task. They do not want to expend any of there money or manpower. My previous question concerning the U.N. was to provoke thought about the U.N. and its current inability to take no action on any issue facing the world stage. I feel if the U.N. would take a more active role in world events the United States would not be forced into taking direct action to solve a world crises that arises thereby not sending troops to the four corners of the world.

    The notion that Iraq has been completely destroyed by American troops upon Saddam’s removal is pure propaganda. Currently, the Iraqis have the many religious extremist and so called Iraqi freedom fighters to thank for the latest destruction in Iraq. The United States has spent billions of dollars trying to repair Iraq’s hospital, school, oil refineries, and other necessities. Example: A hospital or oil refineries is repaired and soon after being placed in operation some of the so call freedom fighters come along and destroys it with a bomb. What purpose does this have but to see that the United States fails at rebuilding Iraq and is discredited in the world‘s eyes. It just doesn’t make sense to hinder the recovery of Iraq in my opinion.

    Ali, I did enjoy exchanging my world view and opinion with you. For the record, I do sincerely hope that Iraq does become a self supporting and prosperous country for the people’s sake. I am an American and was once one of those soldiers you evidently have little respect for. That’s ok. I have no ill will towards you or any person from the Middle East. I hope you have a wonderful life. Take care.

  37. Thanks for your writing David…
    I dont doubt your intentions and wishes for Iraq to become a self-supporting and prosperous country. But lets look at the means…

    Let me first talk about few points you have mentioned above…

    You say you have sensed anger in my words and think that its good to set emotions and ideologies aside for a good dialogue….i agree with you absolutely…but let me tell you…there was no anger, i was just stating pure statements of fact, those facts are as ugly as the Bush adminstration that you obviously support , naturally when reading my words they crashed with your predejiced ,opinionated ideas, and so you interpreted that as anger. Im not iraqi anywayz.

    You say “Saddam and his regime acted with the deliberate INTENT to kill ”

    I totally agree with you David, but as a solider, i wonder if you have been to Iraq, you know it perfectly well, the entire world saw the american and british warships killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people before the so -called religious mafias have started their work in iraq.

    Im not at all oblivious of the fact that Iran, Syria and other countries are continously “Exporting” those fundimentalists jackasses to Iraq to kill iraqis…americans and make iraq a living hell, and i believe that makes the situation of the Bush adminstration is alot worse…and so for iraqi people.

    You say ” The situation is quite the contrary. U.S. troops take great care overall to ensure the general Iraqi population is not injured ”

    Thats true, Ive seen an example here in Lebanon, Many countries that functioned as transit for american missiles on their way to Israel to KILL LBEANESE have set up their own mobile hospitals and theyre treating lebanese people very well, and free of charge ! As the saying goes…Shit happens.

    You say David “The notion that Iraq has been completely destroyed by American troops upon Saddam’s removal is pure propaganda. ”

    Excuse me sir…but i cant help but saying…this statement is rather pure nonesense to me, iraq is going down the drain dude…lets face it…you may blame it to the fundimentalists, but who started this whole scene ?? Im sure its not God..

    You say “one atrocity never justifies another atrocity” But thats whats going on…unfortunately,
    Saddam’s atrocity justified the Bush adminstrations atrocity. And The Bush atrocity justified the so-called reiligious fighter’s..and that will continue…

    When I Said saddam was a blessing i was not saying hes an angel, hes one of the ugliest people on earth and i believe Geroge Bush is not less uglier animal than saddam…

    David, i wonder if you watch some middle eastern Televisions, there are few TVs that have statistics about the american soliders who have died since the invasion of iraq. The latest number of soliders passed away in iraq is 3000, according to US government, though im sure they’re making a bloody good concealing of facts..i would say…You are a solider your self,
    how does it make you feel hearing that 3000 soliders….3000 collegues have died in iraq ?? they were enjoying their lives back home….im sure that doesnt sound so good to you…

    Neither does it sound good to me David, if i have to count the most beautiful 10 people i have met in my life, 5 out of 10 will be americans..and im not just being nice here…i dont know u after all, but this is my experience of american people , they are beautiful hearts…so juicy…of course punkasses exists everywhere, they are as much in the States as they are in Iraq or Lebanon…

    What im trying to say David is…this whole situation has to come to a fullstop, neither american are feeling good about it nor iraqis nor anybody who have a snese of being a human does…

    I dont have any grudge against american soliders, I know most of them are regreting the day they left their own homes..besides being a solider is such a paying job, most people go there with no intentions to become killers…but for those who kill and rape…in any part of earth…no matter where the victim comes from, i have no respect and never will….

    Thanks again for writing and bearing with my long writing, may god bless our planet..

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