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Saddam Hussein

The Life of Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein was born on April 28th 1937 in Al-Awja, a small Iraqi town. At a young age Hussain fled from his abusive father to live with his uncle who was a devoted Sunni Muslim. His uncle had Saddam attend a nationalist secondary school and after graduating Hussein studied law for three years but didn't earn a degree until he was older. At the age of 20 Hussein joined the Arab Ba’ath Socialist Party also known as ABSP. After receiving six months of jail time 5 years...

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Nazi Germany and C. Saddam Hussein

country based on fear. B. Adolf Hitler was a very powerful and ruthless dictator who was a brilliant, but sick minded person. C. Saddam Hussein was another very powerful ruler who used fear tactics to gain and maintain power. D. Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein both were extremely cruel rulers that were feared by many people. E. Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein are similar in foreign policies, unification of followers, political affiliations, invasions, crimes against humanity, and religious...

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Analysis of Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein

camps or by Hitler and his army. The next dictator I will talk about is Saddam Hussein. He's been the president of Iraq for the past two decades. He has the dubious distinction of being the world's best known and most hated Arab leader. In a region where despotic rule is normal, he is more feared by his own people than any other head of state. A former Iraqi diplomat living in exile summed Saddam's rule in one sentence: " Saddam is a dictator who is ready to sacrifice his country, just so long as...

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Rhetorical Analysis of President George Bush's Letter to Saddam Hussein

President George Bush’s letter to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is, at least on the surface, a persuasive piece intended to convince the Iraqi leader to withdraw his forces from occupied Kuwait before war breaks out. Upon closer reading, however, the critical reader will see that Bush’s "argument" is, in fact, not much of a rational argument (let alone a convincing one), which is odd in that Bush himself repeatedly points out that much is at stake. The superficiality of the American President’s...

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Similarities of Hitler and Hussein

always been part of Germany 's historical fatherland. The invasion of Poland the followed to conquer the country 's national resources to bolster Germany 's military. Germany was still reeling in huge debt from the First World War. Likewise, for Saddam Hussein in 1990 - despite constant international warnings - he invaded to annex Kuwait with the excuse that Kuwait was historically part of the greater Babylonian empire, and laid claim on Kuwait 's rich abundance of oil. To gather support from their...

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Rhetorical Analysis on Bush's Letter to Hussein

President George Bush’s letter to President Saddam Hussein is a convincing segment intended to persuade Hussein to remove his forces from Kuwait before conflict ensues. Some critical readers believe that Bush does not provide a rational argument, but this paper is taking the standpoint that Bush not only is rational, but cogent. President George Bush is able to effectively convey his forceful message to President Saddam Hussein, expressing that Iraq must leave Kuwait through the use of...

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Saddam Hussein

Saddam Hussein From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Saddam) Saddam Hussein Enlarge Saddam Hussein Saddām Hussein ʻAbd al-Majid al-Tikrītī (Often spelled Husayn or Hussain; Arabic صدام حسين عبدالمجيد التكريتي; born April 28, 1937 1) was President of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. A rising star in the revolutionary...

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Saddam vs. Stalin

04/29/2002 Saddam vs. Stalin Since the beginning of the world, there has been an ongoing cycle of tyrannical leaders that have ruled their lands with an evil hand. Since the beginning of the twentieth century we have seen perhaps the deadliest dictators of them all. Stalin's regime in the 1930's and 1940's in the Soviet Union and Saddam's regime in the present day Iraq share an exceptionally strong similarity. In order to understand the similarities between Stalin and Saddam, we must go back...

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Saddam Hussein

Saddam De Facto Saddam Hussein was unarguably the world's most feared and powerful leaders. He ruled with an iron fist, his actions have caused fear and hate among the Iraqi citizens he ruled and people around the world. He ruled by oppression, with supremacy, committing atrocious acts such as testing chemical and biological weapons on the innocent civilians of his own country. During his time in power, he blatantly violated nearly all the United Nations laws that pertained to his country, and...

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Why Did The United States Go To War With Iraq?

to war with Iraq was because of the belief that Saddam Hussein was harboring terrorists in Iraq and that he had in his possession weapons of mass destruction whether they were nuclear or gas bombs the United States had no idea. When also looking at reasons why the United States decided to enter into war with Iraq was because of the oil and the debate of how much is too much for a barrel of oil. Also that the United States wanted to get Saddam Hussein out of power and charge him with war crimes for...

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