I also posted an Iraqi blogger roundup in the hours leading to Saddam Hussein’s execution.
Healing Iraq: I hope the execution of the tyrant brings relief to the families of his victims. There are still many dark days ahead in Iraq.
Thoughts From Baghdad: On the subject of Saddam Hussein, I still can’t believe that they hung him on the first day of Eid. Quite distasteful, quite blood-thirsty, very wrong. Like they’re handing him over on a gold plate to one group of Iraqis, and completely throwing the plate in the faces of the others. Making Eid a double Eid for some, and a bloody Eid for the others. So wrong.
A Star From Mosul: Saddam’s death won’t lead to anything good, as did his arrest, and trial.. As I’ve said before, he was a dectator, but now, to me, he was not but a leader who made things work! Never have we had better times after the war than the worst before.. truly.
Hammorabi: Saddam Hussein was the most tyrant dictator in the recent history of mankind. In no way that a simple article like this may be able to describe how ruthless he was. His tyranny and ruthlessness were not only against the Iraqis though they were the most sufferers but it involved so many other peoples. Now and after he was executed for only a drop of his crimes which is the Dijeel issue in which he killed and tortured many Iraqis from Dijeel in 1980s, after this Saddam will face three trials.
Roads to Iraq: Saddam dies, they executed Iraq before they executed Saddam, the resistance continues, I think that the Iraqi resistance tomorrow can show the world that Al-Hakim, Al-Maliki, Al-Chalabi, and the rest of the gang and everybody sold himself to the Americans will never escape justice. Long live Iraq occupation-free. Long live Iraq, US puppets-free.
Truth About Iraqis: When will Sharon go on trial for his butchery in Sabra, Shatila, Jenin, Beit Hanoun and others?