Leftists like Mike Moore would have you believe that Bush killed more people than Saddam, that Bush attacked innocent people, that the Iraqi insurgents were innocent freedom fighters rather than Saddam’s henchman, that oodles of dictators are worse than Saddam, or that taking Saddam down was not a good reason to invade Iraq. The truth is that Saddam Hussein was one of the most sadistic men of all time. Leftist lunatic George Galloway said Saddam Hussein had a gentle handshake. These people didn’t think so.
Courageous Abdulateef Al-Mulhim writes about the Arab Spring and the Israeli Enemy on Arab News
Thirty-nine years ago, on Oct. 6, 1973, the third major war between the Arabs and Israel broke out. The war lasted only 20 days. The two sides were engaged in two other major wars, in 1948 and 1967.
The 1967 War lasted only six days. But, these three wars were not the only Arab-Israel confrontations. From the period of 1948 and to this day many confrontations have taken place. Some of them were small clashes and many of them were full-scale battles, but there were no major wars apart from the ones mentioned above. The Arab-Israeli conflict is the most complicated conflict the world ever experienced. On the anniversary of the 1973 War between the Arab and the Israelis, many people in the Arab world are beginning to ask many questions about the past, present and the future with regard to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The questions now are: What was the real cost of these wars to the Arab world and its people. And the harder question that no Arab national wants to ask is: What was the real cost for not recognizing Israel in 1948 and why didn’t the Arab states spend their assets on education, health care and the infrastructures instead of wars? But, the hardest question that no Arab national wants to hear is whether Israel is the real enemy of the Arab world and the Arab people.
I decided to write this article after I saw photos and reports about a starving child in Yemen, a burned ancient Aleppo souk in Syria, the under developed Sinai in Egypt, car bombs in Iraq and the destroyed buildings in Libya. The photos and the reports were shown on the Al-Arabiya network, which is the most watched and respected news outlet in the Middle East.
The common thing among all what I saw is that the destruction and the atrocities are not done by an outside enemy. The starvation, the killings and the destruction in these Arab countries are done by the same hands that are supposed to protect and build the unity of these countries and safeguard the people of these countries. So, the question now is that who is the real enemy of the Arab world?
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Most people get their knowledge about the war in Iraq from lying hypocrites like Mike Moore- WHO SUPPORTS THE INSURGENCY IN IRAQ. The insurgency are those on the said of Saddam Hussein. You know, one of the greatest monsters of all time. He was far more sadistic than Hitler was. The only difference was the scale. Which was still huge, but not as huge.
The Jew haters who run cartoons featuring Israelis as Nazis show their true colours because they don’t run similar critiques of Saddam or others like him. While the Israelis simply don’t purposefully target civilians, don’t cut off arms and legs, and don’t torture Jewish or Muslim Israelis who dissent from the dominant government view, and nor do they shovel their enemies into ovens. They are called Nazis for one reason alone- they defend themselves. When Mike Moore is talking about honouring the “innocent” in Iraq he means Saddam’s men, and doesn’t give a fuck about those who were victims of Saddam. Countless blinded children. Thirty thousand executions at Abu Ghraib. Yes, that Abu Ghraib, except that all you hear is how the evil Americans “humiliated” Iraqi terrorists by putting panties on their head.
Progress in Iraq since 2003
Thanks to documentary film, WMD: The Murderous Reign of Saddam Hussein, for these illuminating facts.
Freely held elections, with 8 million voters
Constitution, the most progressive in the middle east, including women’s rights,
Nearly 200 independent newspapers up and printing
And 80 independent tv stations, versus one state run station before the war
168 thousand internet subscribers, versus 4500 before war
Iraqi stock exchange open and freely trading
27 thousand plus new businesses opened
over 3000 schools rehabilitated and functioning
9 million math and science text books distributed
22 universities and 43 technical schools opened
more than 30 000 teachers trained for secondary school
4.3 million kids enrolled in primary school, from 3.6 million
7 million kids received vaccinations
140 health care clinics have been built
150 plus other health care facilities have been built
20 hospitals rehabilitated and operating, new hospitals built
death rate half of what it was under Saddam, now among the lowest in Middle East
76 water treatment projects complete, another 80 plus underway
over 30 sewer projects completed
80 fire stations built or in progress
trial and execution of Saddam Hussein
Dr. Bakhtiar Amin, the former Iraqi Minister for Human Rights, about this Muthanna Mass Grave uncovered in 2005
I hope that the evidence the un-named archaeologist finds will help prosecute Saddam Hussein and his lieutenants. When I see images like these, I can’t help but remember that France, Germany, and Russia would have kept Saddam in power.
182,000 Kurds are still unaccounted for…