saddam hussein

Iran FM: We will never forget US, Europe complicity with Saddam Hussein

The Iraqi attack on Sardasht, in the Iranian province of West Azerbaijan, on June 28, 1987, led to the deaths of 30 people, including 109 civilians. Over 4,500 people were injured in the attack.

13-year-old girls sold for so-called 'pleasure marriages' in Iraq

This custom is permitted by Sharia law, one of the clerics said, adding that marrying such a young girl temporarily is acceptable.

The Iranian flag flutters in front the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in Vie
Iran to include NGO against nuclear in list of terrorist organizations

The announcement followed reports that United Against Nuclear Iran's summit would include a fringe Iranian diaspora group, Mujahideen-e Khalq, which had close ties with Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

IRAQ’S PRESIDENT Barham Salih addresses a recent forum in Baghdad.
Iraq unearths mass grave of Kurds killed by Saddam

"The new Iraq must never forget these crimes that were committed against Iraqi people from all groups," said Iraqi President Barham Salih.

How Bush’s Mideast plans got overturned by a multi-polar world

He came into office in January 1989, just three months before the Tiananmen Square protests began in China.

George H.W. Bush, 41st U.S. president, dead at 94

Bush, the 41st president of the United States, lived longer than any of his predecessors. His death at 10:10 p.m. Central time was announced in a statement issued by longtime spokesman Jim McGrath.

Vehicles drive under campaign posters ahead of the parliamentary election, in Erbil, Iraq
Is democracy feasible in Iraq?

The most poignant reason that majoritarian democracy for Iraq is a political fallacy is the role that political memory plays in defining groups views toward the state.

The Israeli Air Force ace who almost didn’t make it

He was the soldier who at first failed to qualify to be a pilot in the IAF, but who ended his 30-year career in the IAF as one of the top aces.

A COPY of the book ‘Hitler, Mein Kampf. A Critical Edition’ lies on a display table in a bookshop in
The pen and the sword

The age of the dictator has not passed, alas, and demagogues are having their day.

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