Sunday, November 05, 2006

Saddam meets his inevitable fate

Finally, we folded the book of tyranny in Iraq. It was not surprising to hear the death penalty, Saddam killed more than anyone can imagine with his wars and the countless atrocities against his own people, but it was surprising to see a good bunch of whiners grieving upon the tyrant.

I saw the reactions on TV most of the Iraqis were celebrating while the Arabs were grieving! Many whiners from different Arab countries who hate to see Saddam hang but they like to see the Iraqi blood spilled in the name of "resistance".

The verdict came at the right time when few sick minds started to promote a rumor that he will come back to save Iraq from the mess! Most of the whiners say that the verdict came out under American influence and to those I would like to say: what did you expect? That he would go out free clear from all charges. Can anyone deny that about 80% of the Iraqi people are happy with this verdict? One may see the rate high somehow but it represents the Shiite and the Kurds and I am fully confident that they are dancing of happiness now. The Sunni Iraqis reaction came disappointing since the leaders remained silent and we heard news about people demonstrated against the verdict in Sunni areas and provinces, anyway I will leave this subject to another post but now excuse me, because I want to celebrate the day!

10 Comments:

At 6:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulation to the Iraqi Justice System! This was an Iraqi decision. Justice does prevail! Let us hope that the killings will cease and Iraq may go forward to a calm, peaceful future. Thank you for blogging.

 
At 3:02 AM, Blogger lilfeathers2000 said...

This is a great day for the Iraqi people. They have a justice system in place.
Now to clean up the thugs and get organized.
God Bless Iraq and her people.

 
At 7:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes ...
The two most troubling aspects
of the continued violence in Iraq
for the past 3 years has been

1) The failure of Iraqi to unify and move forward
2) The lack of full and open support of the Arab world toward
the new Iraq

 
At 7:51 PM, Anonymous ben said...

Great blog, very interesting.

I was wondering if you knew of any blogs by the "resistance" (the people fighting Iraqis, Americans and British forces) in English? I think it would be interesting to hear about life from their perspective... we don't get much coverage of that point of view over hear in the US.

 
At 8:36 PM, Blogger :: Katrin said...

I want to celebrate the day!

After I've seen Saddam on video, I couldn't refrain from chanting, too. I thought about the horrible techniques he employed to frighten people to death, about what he did to Iraqi women, what his sons did, and all the while I watched his face. He was about to turn hysterical.

That moment was a victory of humanity.

 
At 9:08 PM, Blogger Winston said...

he got what he deserved

 
At 10:42 PM, Blogger RoxieAmerica said...

It is said, absolute power corrupts. I think this might prove to be an excellent example of the same.

 
At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Ashraf Abdul Jabbar said...

Yes it's judgment day for this tyrant.
But actually i hoped that the punishment would be prison for life not death sentence coz death will be a relief for this criminal instead he must suffer like thos who suffered from his dictatorship all these long years.

Again this is a day to all dictators in the world that thier time will come one day.

 
At 5:32 AM, Blogger RoxieAmerica said...

Is Saddam stalling in hopes he will turn 70 and avoid the death penalty?

 
At 7:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

your all stupid by hanging him u made him a historical hero

 

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