Monday, January 01, 2007

Three Years Ago ...

U.S. soldiers capture Saddam Hussein Dec. 13, 2003 in the village of Ad Dawr, near his hometown of Tikrit. The former Iraqi president was executed by hanging Dec. 30, 2006.

On Nov. 23, 2004, a well-educated, well-traveled Iraqi wrote to me about life in Baghdad, and about Saddam Hussein and his supporters: "... all the time there is bombing and clashing, the situation is getting worse. Most of our friends left and two other been killed, on(e) of them a young lady worked in the Green Zone and the other one is one of my closest friends in UN. I don't know what to say. Why is all that? This shouldn't be happening. I don't know why the US troops (are) watching over Saddam while people here r dying because of that? U know what the terrorist preparing here? They r convincing local people that they'll bring Saddam to power and people believe that. I can see and hear, our people r so scared. And the Resistance r his guys, they worship the guy and really stupid that they could make him rule again, they think he is a God. If only the US hang him up they will understand that their god is dead."

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