Saddam Hussein - translation to french
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Saddam Hussein - translation to french

Sadam Hussein; Saddam hussein; Saddam Husayn; Saddam Husayn al-Tikriti; Saddam Husayn Al-Tikriti; Saddam Husayn Al Tikriti; Saddam Husayn al Tikriti; Sadam Husein; Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid al-Tikriti; HVD-1; High Value Detainee One; Sodom Hussein; Sodamn Hussein; Sodam Hussein; Hussein Saddam; Saddam Hussien; Hussein, Saddam; Butcher of Baghdad; Saadam Hussein; Butcher of baghdad; Saddam Hussein al-Tikrit; Hala Hussein; Hussein 'Abd al-Majid; Sadaam Hussein; Saddam al-Tikriti; Saddam Tiqriti; Saddam Husein; Saddam Huisein; Saddam Hussein Al Majid Al Tikriti; صدام حسين عبد المجيد التكريتي; Saddam huissen; Saddam Hüseyin; Sadaam; Saddam Huseyin; Saddam Hossein; Sadamm Hussain; Sadamm Husien; Sadamm; Saddam heusein; Saddam Hussein Takriti; Sudam Hussein; Suddom hussain; Saddam Hueseyin; Saddam Hosseyn; Saddam Hussein al-Majid al-Tikriti; Saddam; Ṣaddām Ḥusayn ʿAbd al-Majīd al-Tikrītī; The butcher of baghdad; Sedam Huseyîn; Sedam Huseyin; Ṣaddām Ḥusayn Abd al-Maŷīd al-Takrītī; Saddam Husayn Abd al-Mayid al-Takriti; Subha Tulfah al-Mussallat; Hussein 'Abid al-Majid; Saddam Hussein Al-Takriti; Saddam Hussayn; Saddām Hussayn; Saddām hussayn; Ṣaddām Ḥusayn; Saddam Huessain; Saddam Houssein; صدام حسين التكريتي; Saddam Hossain; Sadam Hussain; Saddam Hussein Al-Tikriti; Saddam Husseins; Saddam Hussein Al-tikriti; Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti; Hussain, Saddam; Overthrow of Saddam Hussein; صدام حسين; The Butcher of Baghdad
  • Gold-plated AK-104; this particular model was once the possession of Saddam. Secured by coalition forces after the [[2003 invasion of Iraq]], the weapon lies on display at the [[Australian War Memorial]].
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  • U.S. Ambassador to Iraq]] [[April Glaspie]] meets Saddam for an emergency meeting
  • Arab Summit]] in Baghdad in November 1978
  • Ba'athist thought]], in 1988
  • Saddam greeting [[Carlos Cardoen]], a Chilean businessman who provided Iraq with weapons during the war in the 1980s
  • Uday]] were killed in a gun battle in [[Mosul]] on 22 July 2003.
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  • Saddam addresses state television, in January 2001
  • Saddam Hussein justified the [[Iraqi invasion of Kuwait]] in 1990 by claiming that [[Kuwait]] had always been an integral part of Iraq and only became an independent nation due to the interference of the [[British Empire]].<ref>R. Stephen Humphreys, ''Between Memory and Desire: The Middle East in a Troubled Age'', University of California Press, 1999, p. 105.</ref>
  • In the [[Iran–Iraq War]] (1980–1988), Iraq claimed it had the right to hold sovereignty to the east bank of the [[Shatt al-Arab]] river held by Iran.<ref>Erik Goldstein, Erik (Dr.). ''Wars and Peace Treaties: 1816 to 1991''. P133.</ref>
  • Saddam Hussein's fingerprints, obtained by the National Security Archive
  • Saddam Hussein's family, mid-late 1980s
  • Promoting women's literacy and education in the 1970s
  • Saddam Hussein and the [[Ba'ath Party]] student cell, [[Cairo]], in the period 1959–1963
  • Saddam is discovered and interrogated by American soldiers, December 2003
  • being toppled in Firdos Square]] after the invasion
  • Saddam in duty uniform
  • Saddam in 1974
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  • Saddam after being captured and shaven to confirm his identity
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  • Saddam shortly after capture
  • Presidency of George W. Bush]], led the coalition forces during the [[Iraq War]].
  • Saddam in his youth as a shepherd in his village, near  [[Tikrit]], 1956

Saddam Hussein         
Saddam Hussein (born 1937), Iraqi president and political leader (1979-2003)
Saddam, family name; Saddam Hussein, (born 1937) Iraqi president and political leader
Richard Butler         
Richard Butler, chief of the United Nations weapons inspection team in Iraq who were in charge of searching for nonconventional weapons (was expelled by Saddam Hussein prior to operation "Desert Fox")


Saddam Hussein

Saddam Hussein (28 April 1937– 30 December 2006) was an Iraqi politician who was the fifth president of Iraq, from 16 July 1979 until 9 April 2003. He also served as prime minister of Iraq, first from 16 July 1979 until 23 March 1991, and later from 29 May 1994 to 9 April 2003. He was a leading member of the revolutionary Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party, and later, the Baghdad-based Ba'ath Party and its regional organization, the Iraqi Ba'ath Party, which espoused Ba'athism, a mix of Arab nationalism and Arab socialism.

As vice president under the ailing General Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr, and at a time when many groups were considered capable of overthrowing the government, Saddam created security forces through which he tightly controlled conflicts between the government and the armed forces. Saddam played a key role in the 1968 coup (later referred to as the 17 July Revolution) that brought the party to power in Iraq. In the early 1970s, Saddam nationalised the Iraq Petroleum Company and independent banks, eventually leaving the banking system insolvent due to inflation and bad loans. Through the 1970s, Saddam consolidated his authority over the apparatus of government as oil money helped Iraq's economy grow rapidly. Positions of power in the country were mostly filled with Sunni Arabs, a minority that made up only a fifth of the population.

Saddam formally took power in 1979, although he had already been the de facto head of Iraq for several years. He suppressed several movements, particularly Shi'a and Kurdish movements which sought to overthrow the government or gain independence, respectively, and maintained power during the Iran–Iraq War and the Gulf War. He ran a repressive authoritarian government, which several analysts have described as totalitarian, although the applicability of that label has been contested. Saddam's rule was marked by numerous human rights abuses, including an estimated 250,000 arbitrary killings and bloody invasions of neighboring Iran and Kuwait.

In 2003, a coalition led by the United States invaded Iraq to depose Saddam. US President George W. Bush and United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair falsely accused Iraq of possessing weapons of mass destruction and having ties to al-Qaeda. Saddam's Ba'ath party was disbanded. After his capture on 13 December 2003, the trial of Saddam Hussein took place under the Iraqi Interim Government. On 5 November 2006, Saddam was convicted by an Iraqi court of crimes against humanity related to the 1982 killing of 148 Iraqi Shi'a and sentenced to death by hanging. He was executed on 30 December 2006.

Pronunciation examples for Saddam Hussein
1. to overthrow Saddam Hussein.
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2. Now, obviously, Saddam Hussein himself
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3. about Saddam Hussein every day.
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4. Saddam Hussein will invade Kuwait.
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5. that Saddam Hussein had WMDs.
Confessions of a 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Soldier _ Rob Smith _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Saddam Hussein
1. L‘exemple le plus flagrant est le cas de Saddam Hussein.
2. Autre exemple, les propos sur Saddam Hussein ŕ Léman Bleu.
3. Ce sont d‘ailleurs les Américains qui détenaient Saddam Hussein.
4. La statue de Saddam Hussein était tombée sans lui.
5. Saddam Hussein dans le box des accusés Photo: Keystone IRAK.