Saddam Hussein

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Saddam Hussein

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(Biography) See Hussein2
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Noun1.Saddam Hussein - Iraqi leader who waged war against IranSaddam Hussein - Iraqi leader who waged war against Iran; his invasion of Kuwait led to the Gulf War (born in 1937)
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The diplomats told of his links with the Butcher Of Baghdad but their concerns were dismissed by the officials in London, British Government papers released under the 30-year rule have revealed.
This issue has been causing discomfiture for Mr Blair ever since the Butcher of Baghdad was initially condemned to death in November.
For 10 days our Prime Minister kept schtum over the less-than-dignified way the Butcher of Baghdad finally met his own mincer.
Two balaclava-hooded executioners tighten a heavy noose around the neck of the manacled Butcher of Baghdad.
The so-called Butcher of Baghdad looked visibly shaken upon hearing he would be hanged for ordering the slaughter of 148 Shias more than 20 years ago.
But as the Butcher of Baghdad awaits trial, a surprising dilemma has surfaced: Do we want him convicted?
Then, when queried as to why the Butcher of Baghdad failed to use any of this incredibly frightening arsenal to thwart our attack, the Administration snaps back: "He hid them so good, even he couldn't find them.
NOW that the butcher of Baghdad will no longer rule over the country, perhaps the immigrants who came here for fear of torture will consider returning to their homeland and help to get their country sorted out.
The 39-year-old from Aintree was held hostage and used as a human shield by the Butcher of Baghdad.
This was back in 1996, remember, when the Clinton administration was threatening attacks on Saddam and the Butcher of Baghdad was again being held up as the singular personification of pure evil in the world.
Or Saddam Hussein, the Butcher of Baghdad, who has systematically murdered his own people and laughed in the face of the international community.
HE was described as the Butcher of Baghdad, a man who wouldn't shrink from killing his own family members.