Saddam Hussein

NOUN
  1. Iraqi leader who waged war against Iran; his invasion of Kuwait led to the Gulf War (born in 1937)
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How To Use Saddam Hussein In A Sentence

  • But if the international community wants the hopeful prospects for the days, months and years ahead to materialize for Iraq, we must confront the reality of Saddam Hussein's intransigency. CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2003
  • How about we saved the Iraqis from the Saddam Hussein reign of terror? Cheney Will Speak at G.O.P. Convention - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • As a member of the Iraqi National Congress, he worked for years to topple Saddam Hussein before being granted political asylum in the United States in 1997.
  • But he said he longs for his life before the fall of Saddam Hussein, when he would import fine fabrics from London's Wembley Market and was a card-carrying member of Baghdad's chamber of commerce. Iraqis still reliant on power generators as U.S. prepares to leave
  • In short, Miller was the "stovepipe" (a Sy Hersh phrase for unvetted intelligence) for disinformation from the Administration and Ahmed Chalabi about Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction on to the front page of the Times in the run-up to the Iraq invasion, and just afterwards. William E. Jackson Jr.: The Satrapy at West 43rd: One Armchair Critic's Disillusionment On The Eve of Full Disclosure
  • If this brings increasing numbers of people closer to the European camp – sometimes only because they hate the US more than they hate the EU – then, as the trigger of the crisis that brought this about, maybe some Europhiles in the future will be considering whether to raise a statue to that other Middle-East tyrant, Saddam Hussein, "the federator of Europe". Saddam "the federator of Europe"
  • In order to confront Iran, Reagan and Bush administrations had incessantly backed Saddam Hussein regardless of his suppressing the Kurd and developing NBC weapons.
  • Saddam Hussein's humanity -- inhumanity has no limits.
  • He supported Saddam Hussein unequivocally even when Saddam was gassing Kurds. Matthew Yglesias » In Praise of Grant
  • At the end of the day, I think the president of the United States has decided that the only way for getting Saddam Hussein to disarm is to disarm him with force. CNN Transcript Feb 5, 2003
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