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    Saddam Hussein

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    contributes positively to his community, and guides his people in the right path, keeping them safe. Saddam Hussein, the fifth president of Iraq, did positive and negative things for Iraq while in office, but he ruled with an iron fist, he was cruel and caused terror to his people. He did good for country but was infamous because of the negative perception of his actions while president of Iraq. Even though Hussein was mostly known for his negative actions he contributed greatly to Iraq’s foundation. He did

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    A. Hussein marked his name to be one of the most well known dictators to be. Though it’s not a very good name to be held by, his ruling over Northern Iraq showed what a true dictator could make of a country over a short period of time. B. Harsh dictatorship has outlasting effects as seen through Hussein, former Northern Iraq, his treatment of the Kurds, and how the Kurds are today. II. Body Paragraph I A. Who was he? To start off, throughout Hussein’s life, he definitely influenced the kind of dictator

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    times. Saddam Hussein was the fifth President of Iraq, who served from 1979 until 2003. Hussein was fatherless as a child and was said to be beaten by his step dad (Andrews). Saddam Hussein is a modern-day Julius Caesar who gained popular support, though he used ruthless tactics to control Iraq, and helped the economy. Growing up Saddam Hussein was always trying to gain power and rule. Even before his presidency he was always fighting his way up. In 1958 after the monarchy was overthrown Hussein and

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    rise and fall of Saddam Hussein’s rule. The introduction of the Arab Ba’ath Socialist Party in 1968 led to the promotion of the genocide of the Kurdish citizens living in the nation (“Kurdish Revolt”). The Ba’ath Party blamed many of the non-Arab Kurds for a majority of the problems occurring in the Arab states which resulted in the genocide (“Kurdistan Democratic Party”). This was just part of the extreme ruling methods Saddam Hussein used to maintain power. In addition, Saddam Hussein was extremely

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    Saddam Hussein was a suppressive leader who struck fear into the world’s people. His destructive ways radiated as he attempted to eliminate the Kurdish population, nationalize Iraqi oil, and keep his regime in power. Yet, his strict rule helped start and maintain peace between the people of his country despite the many different religions living in the area. He protected his country against a theocratic form of government and for a period of time, Hussein was an ally of the United States. He led

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    The regime of Saddam Hussein began looking like a very promising presidency for the Iraqi people. His goal of absolute domination in the Arab region, turned him into a feared menace among his people. Saddam Hussein was born on April 28, 1937 in Tikrit, Iraq. Hussein’s father, whose occupation was a shepherd, vanished without a trace several months before Saddam was born and he never returned home to Saddam, his brother or his wife. A few months later and after the disappearance of Hussein’s father

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    On December 13th, 2003, Saddam Hussein, the deposed dictator of Iraq, was captured by the US forces. In the midst of the night, time ran out for Saddam as the US forces found and seized him in his hiding place; a hole adjacent his farm house near his hometown in Al-Awja, Iraq. He was under the impression that he would be secure near his hometown, Tikrit, as he felt and hoped that his remaining local supporters would protect him from the US Coalition Forces. The important information about where Saddam’s

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    Saddam Hussein Invasion of Kuwait

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    Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1900. Kuwait had been an ally during the Iran– Iraq war to Iraq. Kuwait became a main port when. Saddam Hussein main disagreements about Kuwait were from the eight-year Iran-Iraq war. He had argued that he had fought the war against Iran in order to protect the Arab world from Islamic fundamentalists who had taken over Iran. Some can say he was justified yet, most would say he was not justified. The reason why people would think he wasn’t justified was that he had

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    The Gulf War and Saddam Hussein

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    Today we are living in a world where development has taken such leaps that we cannot imagine how life looked like in the simpler times. Humans have made immense progress in diverse fields. Whether we discuss science, technology, arts, business, or trade, evidence of progression is available in all fields. Nevertheless, we would never understand what happened in the past without one integral area, History. Inventions and discoveries have made our lives simpler, but at the end of the day who are these

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    Saddam Hussein

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    Saddam Hussein The Middle East is an extremely volatile region of the world, and much of the current instability may be due to one man, Saddam Hussein. During the last few years, under Hussein's direction, Iraq has gone from being an oil rich country to a country that is suffering major embargoes and is low on supplies. Iraqi leaders are trying to leave as they realize how power can corrupt a man. If Hussein stays in power, the future looks bleak for the Gulf region. Iraq used to be a prosperous

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