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Saddam Hussein

(sæˈdæm)
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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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Ademas, Occidente apoyo tambien a Sadam Hussein en la guerra 1980-88".
Every war since then has been framed in terms of demonized enemies who want nothing less than the destruction of the American way of life, whether that threat is from communism and the USSR during the Cold War or from Islamicist terrorism in the form of Sadam Hussein or ISIS.
Concluyeron que no habia una vinculacion evidente de Al Qaeda con tal pais y, por lo tanto, este y su dictador Sadam Hussein quedarian para mas adelante.
forces stationed in Iraq after the 2003 American invasion that ousted Sadam Hussein, and today it is the site of many Iraqi ministries and foreign embassies.
El Tio Sam, avaro de dinero, tramo otra aventura a traves de su embajadora: indujo al presidente Sadam Hussein a anexarse Kuwait, antiguo territorio iraqui.
beaucoup moins que] Une journaliste du New York Times, tres connue en Amerique, a eu une information exclusive selon laquelle le president irakien Sadam Hussein aurait en sa possession des armes de destruction massive [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-elle relate indiquant qu'elle a realise un reportage dans ce sens.
I personally travelled to Iraqi and told Sadam Hussein that this was wrong and must be corrected," Bashir said, arguing that Sudan's position has created hostilities with world powers such as the US.
Zana y Dana, siete y 10 anos, hermanos huerfanos que viven a la intemperie; un dia ven, por el agujero de un cine que llega a Kurdistan, la pelicula Superman (1990), y deciden viajar a Estados Unidos para conocer al heroe de Kripton; Zana escribe una lista, encabezada por Sadam Hussein, de los villanos que Super debe castigar.
Yemen's lone goal came from Sadam Hussein in the 23rd minute.
Sunni militants have accused the Iraqi government of marginalising their sect since the ouster of Sadam Hussein.
An unfortunate diversion based on equally unfortunate and false pretext that Sadam Hussein possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction capable of targeting Israel in less than an hour.
What is certain now is that under Sadam Hussein there were probably fewer members of Al Qaeda in Iraq than there had ever been weapons of mass destruction.