does the death of saddam mean it's over in iraq?

hope so

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  • 1 decade ago
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    deff not dont be silly we'll be over there till well for a while anyways

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  • 1 decade ago

    Absolutely, and unquestionably no!

    The problems in Iraq which had anything at all to do with Sadaam were the thoughts by some in the population there was a remote chance (or perhaps some thought it was more than remote) Sadaam Hussein and the Baath party could regain power. If that happened, those who'd spoken up against Hussein might have been killed. Those who were concerned about ratting on Baath party insurgents due to a fear of retribution fro Sadaam no longer have anything to fear and of course, yes, this IS a good thing.

    It MIGHT have some positive impact upon the U.S. situation there, but I would think this impact as to be so small as to be barely perceptible. The fighting in Iraq has ceased to be focused on the United States soldiers (which by NO means indicates it is any safer for American Soldiers) and has become a war between extremist Islaamic factions, each hoping to kill enough of those from their ancestral enemies as to shift the balance of power strongly into the hands of their religion based political party. There ARE Al Qaeda terrorists acting in Iraq as the ability to weaken the American military without having to take responsibility is prime. In fact, the U.S. is finding a not so old enemy operating in Iraq--the Taliban. These backers of Osama Bin Laden are rejoicing at the near state of civil war now in Iraq. As the Taliban is reorganizing, they are looking at Iraq and its anti-US sentiment as a new base from which to operate.

    Thus, the problems in Iraq are FAR from over. They've only changed.

    There are some positives, however. With the execution of Hussein, all done through a court system complete with boards of appeal, the Iraqi people have seen the worst Iraqi criminal, perhaps in history, has been brought to justice. We can only hope this gives people some faith in their new legal system, but it's far too early to tell.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Execution of ONE Saddam of IRAQ shall give birth to ONE THOUSAND Saddams in USA

    Beware Americans!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No it doesnt mean that Saddam will be remembered and he won't be forgotten. Saddam did not deserve to die

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  • 1 decade ago

    yeah right. saddam didn't even have any power at the time of his execution.

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  • Bobyns
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    1 decade ago

    No,

    Political commentators don't think it will affect the war that we are in now.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't think so, but it just might lessen the car bombings

    and kidnappings.

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  • Shossi
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Hardly-------------the two political parties (Sunnis and Shias) will still fight for control. It is not a religious issue--it is strictly a political issue--for power.

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  • 1 decade ago

    not really because his followers are just gonna get more pissed off and start more riots and stuff over there. but still they are saying that that wasnt really saddam it was his "double" but idk if thats true

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Not by a long shot, my friend!

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