WHY KILL SaDDAM HUSSEIN? KILLING SADDAM WONT BRING BACK THE LIFE HE TOOK SO WHY KILL HIM?

I THINK ITS BETTER TO LET HIM SUFFER MORE PUNISHMENT AND HUMILIATION WHILE HE IS STILL ALIVE

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  • 1 decade ago
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    They wanted REVENGE. Not a very christian approach is it?

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  • you dont think death and eternal damnation is enough punishment? Killing him may bring back the lives he took but it will stop him from killing any more people. It isnt a question of killing anyone. your talking about a ruthless dictator that kills to get his way and forces his people to like him or face death. heres a better question. why shouldnt we kill him? torturing him and huimiliating him will actually put a bad light on america. we didnt kill him. an iraqi court did. we handed him over to Iraqi or whoever,so they killed him

    Source(s): common sense
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  • monzo
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    I trust you killing Saddam Hussein wont carry lower back all those human beings he killed and sure I do agree that it may be extra helpful to have enable him go through via conserving alive and locked up in an exceedingly extreme secure practices penal complex and die an exceedingly lonely loss of life the place he could go through soreness and humiliation. in my opinion i'm against executions and locate it annoying to have faith that this form of distinctly more suitable us of a could nevertheless condone this form of difficulty because it somewhat is been shown that lots of harmless human beings have lost their lives as a results of choose and jury comming up with the incorrect verdict. i think that via killing him in God's eyes we'd be basically as undesirable as him. even inspite of the shown fact that unfortunatly God isn't contemporary in the worldwide in a actual experience and thanks to this we count on the regulation and the human beings who strengthen the regulation to make the nicely suited judgements via the harmless cervillians it somewhat is meant to guard and the criminal it somewhat is meant to punish.

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  • 1 decade ago

    He should have just been shot when they first found him. It would have saved the US a lot of money. If there is no doubt of a person's guilt in a crime of murder or rape, they should just be shot on the spot and have it done with. Then they won't ever have a chance to kill or hurt another person.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He should of not get killed......

    There is not a single president whose hands are not dip in human blood. Every president is criminal.

    Anyway, who will execute Bush now???? He kill even more Iraqis then Saddam Hussein....

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think providing 3 meals, a nice place to sleep and the ability to breathe won't be much of a punishment. Death is the better choice.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No it won't bring back those people, nor will it really solve anything. I guess they feel somehow it will bring justice to the families who have had their loved ones suffer and die under his cruelty. Closure I guess in some respects.

    Though it doesn't achieve much.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Why throw out the trash in your kitchen? You don't need the trash, it's taking up space and it's an eyesore. Same as Saddam.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Saddam Hussein was not executed to bring anyone back, he was executed for the murders he committed,

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  • 1 decade ago

    the fact that the Iraqi government executed him was to get rid of him so that way he wont do no more damage to the world again.than there is the fact of the Al Qaida terrorists also.we still arent through yet!!!!

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  • ML
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    He didn't care. He believed what he did was right. It was no great loss. It removed some DNA from the shallow end of the gene pool

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