I feel more sad for the peolpe masscared in Iraq by the invaders than Saddam's martyrdoom.Why is it so?

Poor people of Iraq.

Earlier they were killed by Saddam for he did not like people protesting against him.

Now the invaders are doing the same thing.

How sad I feel for the Iraquies!

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  • mil's
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    You should feel sad, it's a sign of conscience.

    By any standards, Bush is far worse than Saddam. He lied, killed and then lied again.

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  • Gary B
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    If you are talking about the American led army, you have been reading Michael Moore's propaganda too much. It is sadly true that in any war there are casualties - which is a nice way of saying people die - and many of them are innocent. It has been true of any war. Even the war against Nazi Germany, which I think most people (except knee jerk unthinking pacifists) would support, involved a certain number of innocent people being killed.

    However, anybody who makes an equivalence between the sad but unavoidable and unintentional deaths of people due to an army vs. the premeditated murders at Saddam's hands shows that they have lost their capacity for rational thought and that they need to stop reading the Daily Kos and moveon.org. Please, use the brain God gave you!

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  • 3 years ago

    Saddam replaced into in charge for the terrorist communities relentless mass killing on a daily foundation to boot as ordering the gassing of his own human beings. Our millitary intelligence could be adequate to help this info and we could continuously proceed to help our fellow troops in spite of each and every thing they're combating to ward off greater 911 such incidents led to by using terrorist communities and it confident is a blessing that they at the instant are not optimal the conflict right here interior the U.S. now could be not it? If we don't pay interest to what are enemies are doing we are able to easily go through the bitter effect in a much better scale, so hence, to be blind to our involvement is unfavorable to our freedom as a U.S. citizen.

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  • Smiley
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Saddam a martyr? He wasn't even religious, how can he be a martyr for agnosticism? He was a convicted and executed tyrant and murderer. One less tyrant, a couple dozen more to go.

    I have a nomination for who to send to the gallows next. . . . . . . . And it might help the people of Iraq more than the execution of the deposed Saddam. N3la 3la Saddam - N3la 3la George.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Oh, you are talking about the Taliban, Al Qaiada, Hezbollah, and THOSE folks, huh? Just because the liberal, pinko commie press and the whacked out terrorist sponsored ones only show a few people complaining ( if you watch really carefully, it is always the same people, usually a clip that is ran over and over) does not mean there are not hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who are glad the coalition forces are there.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I do not believe saddam is any more of a martyr than hitler was. He was a tyrant that got what he deserved..in fact probably less than he should have gotten. Evil men cannot be in good conscience called martyrs. The true martyrs are the innocents whose blood he shed mercilessly in his terroristic reign. That should be who you shed a tear over if any one.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You must have your head in the sand. The "invaders" have done more good in one day than Saddam did in a lifetime. Now the Iraq people have a chance if they don't kill each other first.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    So you are saying that the ones imprisoned and tortured for years, in unimaginable ways before dying, were better off? That babies, picked up and had their head bashed on rocks, because their parents' form of religion was different from the leader's were was deserving of it?

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  • 1 decade ago

    I kind of agree with u

    but even so I don't think he was killed legally cuz of the existence of the U.S army on the Iraqi land !!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Why don't you go to Iraq and do something about it instead of companining.

    Your just here on YA wasting time. Go.

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