Was it fair to hang Saddam? Will this be the begining of war between islam and Christanity?

Was this a fair act, is it fair to kill a person before his natural death comes. Was he killed bcz he was a muslim? Christians says "lord has mercy" where is it now.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Americans did not hang Saddam - they turned him over to the Iraquis who selected the appropriate justice.

    He was found responsible for the deaths of many innocent people.

    So, yes, this was a fair outcome.

    No, it will not be the singular cause of the war between Islam and Christianity because Saddam is no official representative of Islam as Bush is no official representative of Christianity.

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  • poyner
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    No, islam isn't 'the only authentic faith'. There are in fact no authentic religions, and atheism, which isn't a faith, is definitely the ultimate religious attitude. >each and every of the homes on the city different than this one have been destroyed and the mosque exchange into untouched. Does this divine message recommend I certainly have been worshipping the incorrect god. so which you call it a 'divine message'? exciting. I for one call it a 'accident'. If Allah truly exists, and actually needs people to worship him, then he might desire to easily as certainly hearth a great laser out of the sky above our heads and carve the words 'Allah exists' right into some dozen sq. kilometers of Siberian tundra. Now which would be a touch convincing divine message. yet basically having a mosque stay to tell the story a tsunami? All meaning is that one, the mosque exchange into fortunate, and/or 2, the mosque exchange into geared up to larger stand up to the forces of a tsunami than the encircling homes have been. after all, the very fact of the tsunami and its huge loss of existence toll interior the 1st place especially plenty precludes the existence of a benevolent deity besides, do no longer you think of? heavily. Get a feeling of attitude right here.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No not at all that was not fair to hang Saddam. Islam is a religion of peace and it does not wage war against anyone. it is the exterimist who misunderstood jihad as fighting the non muslims which is wrong

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  • 1 decade ago

    The war between Christianity and Islam is 1400 years old and will not end as long as the three sects of Judaism continue to exist.

    About Saddams trial:

    http://www.commondreams.org/views06/1229-24.htm

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, it will be a war between Iraq and the US. Oh wait, there's already a war between Iraq and the US. This is secular, not religious in nature.

    I think that hanging him was a very bad idea because he's now become a martyr. Martyrs are dangerous. Much more than living people. Its very hard to fight an ideal.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Its totally unfair !!! Bush has no right to execute saddam,saddam was a culprit of Iraqi peoples and they should have been allowed to decide about his fate not bloody bush, If he is been executed for killing 146 Kurds , then Bush deserves even worst punishment for killing millions of afghanis and iraqs and indirestly palestinins

    this punishment is even more unfair as it is given while muslims were celebrating their religious festivel eid and were performing hajj!!! its totally agaisnt human values , moreover its forbidden to kill anyone during this time..

    SO what democracy and peace that bush is talking of?? when he could not care about their religious feelings even :S

    I Hate Bush !!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    The war between Islam and Christianity began centuries ago, with the first cursade and hasn't stopped. There have been lulls, even prief periods of inactivity, but never has there been any real peace between them, and there probably never will be since neither side is willing to convert.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He was tried for his crimes, and the punishment in Iraq's democracy is that he is killed by hanging. Is it fair. It's fair.

    Was it fair that he killed people in Iraq many years ago? No. He was a cruel leader for Iraq and now justice has been done.

    Was is not fair, if the killing continues in Iraq.

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  • NONAME
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Considering the fact that Muslims hanged Saddam, I don't really see the connection....

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    FYI Saddam wasn't executed by Christians but by muslim Iraqi government and juridical system. Christians had nothing to do with it. If something will happen it's a war between Shiites (who r in power now) and sunnites (who support Saddam)

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