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  • Flashback: US releases photos of Saddam sons

    05/04/2011 12:35:54 PM PDT · by Terrence DoGood · 23 replies
    UK Guardian ^ | 24 July 2003
    Photographs of Saddam Hussein's feared sons laid out in plastic body bags were released by the US today in a bid to convince sceptical Iraqis that neither would follow their father into power. The pictures, taken after Uday and Qusay Saddm Hussein's bodies were removed from a house in Mosul on Tuesday, show the heads and torsos of the two. Uday was clearly recognisable, despite having a thick beard and a wound that had destroyed part of his nose and upper lip. He appeared to have been killed by a bullet in the head, but it was not known whether...
  • March 2003 Document: Saddam Orders Iraq Central Bank to Give his Son 1 Billion Dollars (Translation)

    09/07/2006 7:42:11 AM PDT · by jveritas · 47 replies · 6,524+ views
    Document http://70.168.46.200/Released/09-06-06/CMPC-2004-001648.pdf dated March/19/2003 is hand written order from Saddam Hussein to the governor of Iraq Central Bank to give his son Qusay Saddam Hussein and another crony named Hikmat Mazban Ibrahim a total of ONE Billion Dollars so it will be protected from what he called the “American Aggression”. Of course this money was meant to be smuggled to some foreign secret bank accounts for Saddam family. This money was found by the US troops shortly after the fall of Saddam regime and handed later on to the free Iraqi government. Translation of http://70.168.46.200/Released/09-06-06/CMPC-2004-001648.pdf Top Secret In the name...
  • QUSAY AND UDAY HUSSEIN KILLED:

    07/22/2006 3:37:57 AM PDT · by JohnLongIsland · 6 replies · 842+ views
    The History Channel ^ | July 22, 2003 | history channel
    Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s sons, Qusay and Uday Hussein, are killed after a three-hour firefight with U.S. forces in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. It is widely believed that the two men were even more cruel and ruthless than their notorious father, and their death was celebrated among many Iraqis. Uday and Qusay were 39 and 37 years old, respectively, when they died. Both are said to have amassed considerable fortunes through their participation in illegal oil smuggling.
  • Republic of Fear

    03/21/2006 5:03:23 PM PST · by Dog · 18 replies · 674+ views
    weeklystandard ^ | 03/21/2006 | Dan Darling
    WHEN THE IRAQI REGIME collapsed in April 2003, few observers saw reason to mourn the loss of Saddam's brutal dictatorship. While a great deal of information about the former Iraqi regime's assorted atrocities has been uncovered since the invasion, newly-released documents go even further in demonstrating its manifest depravity. One such document is CMPC-2003-012666, a letter from Qusay Hussein that directs as follows: Transfer all Kuwaiti POW's / a total of 448 captured Kuwaitis who are located at the Al-Nida Al-Agher Prison and the Intelligence / General Center and Kazema Prison in Al-Kazema, to make them human shields at all...
  • Saddam's Nephew Finds Sanctuary In Syria

    05/17/2003 5:28:46 PM PDT · by blam · 4 replies · 430+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 5-18-2003 | Con Coughlin
    Saddam's nephew finds sanctuary in Syria By Con Coughlin in Baghdad (Filed: 18/05/2003) A leading member of Saddam Hussein's family has been discovered living in Damascus under the protection of the Syrian government after fleeing Iraq last week, The Telegraph can reveal. Fatiq al-Majid, one of Saddam's nephews, entered Syria last Monday after leaving Iraq at the al-Rabie'a checkpoint, which is under the control of American troops. Majid was given a Syrian visa and made his way to Damascus, where he is now living in exile. Majid confirmed his presence in Damascus when contacted by telephone by The Telegraph last...
  • Papers show Saddam snatched $1bn from bank a day before invasion

    08/04/2005 8:57:41 PM PDT · by snowsislander · 9 replies · 835+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | August 5, 2005 | Thomas Harding
    Saddam Hussein ordered Iraq's central bank to withdraw $1 billion for his youngest son the day before the invasion to stop it falling into foreign hands, according to a leaked letter apparently written by the former dictator. In a hand-written note to the bank's governor, marked "top secret" and dated March 19, 2003, the former president told Isam Huwaish to give $920 million and 90 million euros to his son Qusay and another man, al-Mashriq newspaper reported yesterday. The Iraqi national broadsheet reproduced the letter, which appears to bear Saddam's signature. Saddam sent bank a hand-written note Employees of the...
  • What President Bush Has Not Told Us About Iraq - (successes the liberal media won't tell you!)

    07/05/2005 5:50:28 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 39 replies · 1,149+ views
    THE RANT.US ^ | JULY 5, 2005 | SCOTT GRAY
    Kofi Annan had what perhaps was the quote of the week recently. In an editorial displayed in The Washington Post, Annan said of Iraq: “In a media-hungry age, visibility is often regarded as proof of success, but this does not necessarily hold true in Iraq.” Most of Iraq’s successes have been away from the camera. They have been too far away for most Americans to see. President Bush has stated that “successes” abound in Iraq, but he has failed to elaborate. Therefore, I followed Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s advice and searched for the real facts about Iraq. We do see...
  • 'Iraq not part of war on terror'? - (Hal Lindsey exposes Pelosi as embarrassing ignoramus!)

    06/30/2005 8:11:43 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 87 replies · 2,360+ views
    WORLD NET DAILY.COM ^ | JUNE 30, 2005 | HAL LINDSEY
    President Bush appealed to the nation to stay the course in Iraq on Tuesday in a nationally televised speech that was nationally televised only when the Big Three Networks made a last minute decision to carry his comments live. Reaction was fascinating in both its scope and its idiocy. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi immediately accused the president of "exploiting 9-11" which, she informed the nation, had nothing to do with the war in Iraq. According to Rep. Pelosi (who is actually allowed to participate in making important homeland security decisions) "The president's frequent references to the terrorist attacks of...
  • Iraq Forces Capture Two Saddam Relatives

    03/14/2005 9:09:55 AM PST · by Wiz · 14 replies · 895+ views
    Associated Press via Yahoo! News ^ | 2005 mar 14 | Unknown
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - Security forces in Saddam Hussein's hometown captured two of the ousted dictator's relatives, who allegedly were helping insurgents launch attacks in Iraq, the government said Monday. The two were identified as one-time Saddam bodyguard Marwan Taher Abdul Rashid and his cousin, Abdullah Maher Abdul Rashid — who also was the brother-in-law of Saddam's son, Qusai, state-run Iraqiya television reported. The two were captured March 8 in Tikrit, Saddam's hometown north of Baghdad, the government said in a statement. Abdullah Maher Abdul Rashid was strongly believed to have "used big amounts of money that he received from Qusai...
  • Saddam's son Uday was poised to topple dad: controversial US journalist (Peter Arnett)

    03/03/2005 2:29:47 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 69 replies · 1,819+ views
    Wed Mar 2, 5:40 PM ET LOS ANGELES (AFP) - The eldest son of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) was plotting to overthrow his father just as US troops advanced on Baghdad in March 2003, journalist Peter Arnett claimed in Playboy Magazine. Uday Hussein, known for his ruthlessness and flashy lifestyle, had won the support of the leadership of his father's Fedayeen militia to overthrow Saddam's 35-year rule, according to an advance copy of the April edition of Playboy obtained by AFP. The controversial reporter, who was fired by the US NBC television network in 2003 after...
  • TERROR'S NEW FRONTIER - (Keep your eye on Mosul!)

    02/09/2005 9:12:57 AM PST · by CHARLITE · 9 replies · 647+ views
    NEW YORK POST.COM ^ | FEBRUARY 9, 2005 | RALPH PETERS
    MOSUL is the good girl who went bad. Quiet in the early days of the occupation, the violence-ravaged Iraqi city has become a must-win battlefield for our enemies. The terrorists and insurgents will throw all they have left into the fight. There's no mystery involved: Mosul's the decisive point in northern Iraq. Over the long term, the city's vastly more valuable than Fallujah. Insurgent attacks, terrorist bombings and assassinations erupted last autumn and continue on a regular basis. They're not going to stop soon. After Baghdad, Mosul will remain the most bitterly contested Iraqi city in the months ahead. Every...
  • Tape shows Al-Jazeera, Saddam link

    01/02/2005 8:51:00 PM PST · by ddtorque · 6 replies · 756+ views
    A videotape found in a pile of documents in Baghdad following the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime shows a former manager of the Al-Jazeera satellite channel thanking one of Saddam's sons for his support and telling him that "Al-Jazeera is your channel," the Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported Sunday.
  • SEE MEN SHREDDED, THEN SAY YOU DON'T BACK THE WAR (REVISITED)

    05/07/2004 7:13:11 AM PDT · by O.C. - Old Cracker · 26 replies · 2,285+ views
    The Labour Party ^ | Tuesday 1 April 2003 | Ann Clwyd
    Labour MP Ann Clwyd tells of her experience of visiting Iraq in The Times"There was a machine designed for shredding plastic. Men were dropped into it and we were again made to watch. Sometimes they went in head first and died quickly. Sometimes they went in feet first and died screaming. It was horrible. I saw 30 people die like this. Their remains would be placed in plastic bags and we were told they would be used as fish food...on one occasion, I saw Qusay personally supervise these murders." This is one of the many witness statements that were taken...
  • Battle Plan Under Fire (PBS Nova)

    05/01/2004 11:00:56 AM PDT · by Valin · 19 replies · 276+ views
    Unconventional Combat by Williamson Murray and Robert Scales, Jr. Battle Plan Under Fire homepage The tip came late Monday evening on July 21, 2003. The young sergeant, an intelligence specialist with the 101st Airborne Division, had spent the day interviewing a string of Iraqis. They had filtered into his command post with bits and pieces of information, most of little consequence. This particular Iraqi, however, seemed different and triggered the sergeant's training and instincts. As the Iraqi's eyes flicked nervously about the room, he whispered that he knew where Saddam's sons were hiding—in plain sight at a distant cousin's house...
  • U.S. Under Fire For Displaying Saddam Sons' Bodies (Reminder)

    04/02/2004 3:29:06 PM PST · by FreedomCalls · 28 replies · 221+ views
    Islam On-Line ^ | 2003-07-25 | Alaa Abul Eneen
    CAIRO, July 25 – The U.S. decision to allow TV journalists to film the bodies of what it says of deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's two sons was harshly criticized by law experts, human rights advocates and media specialists Friday, July 25. "The release of the bodies in public acts in contravention of the Second Geneva Convention, which provides protection to the war casualties," international law professor in Cairo university Abdulla Al-Ashaal told IslamOnline.net. "The Convention stipulated that war deaths should not be mutilated," Ashaal said. Expected Outrage In the Arab world, moral prospective of releasing dead bodies in a...
  • Fallujah, by Christopher Hitchens

    04/02/2004 6:06:30 AM PST · by OESY · 27 replies · 508+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | April 2, 2004 | CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS
    <p>There must be a temptation, when confronted with the Dantesque scenes from Fallujah, to surrender to something like existential despair. The mob could have cooked and eaten its victims without making things very much worse. One especially appreciated the detail of the heroes who menaced the nurses, when they came to try and remove the charred trophies.</p>
  • Sons of Saddam had fled to Syria

    03/11/2004 2:00:56 AM PST · by Ranger · 6 replies · 184+ views
    USA Today ^ | 3/11/04
    <p>WASHINGTON — Two sons of Saddam Hussein escaped to Syria after the U.S. invasion of Iraq a year ago but were ultimately expelled by the Syrian regime, former and current Bush administration officials say.</p> <p>U.S. forces killed Uday Hussein, right, and his brother Qusay, shown here in 2001, on July 22.</p>
  • U.S. Pays Informant Reward for Saddam's Sons

    02/28/2004 12:47:23 PM PST · by Indy Pendance · 7 replies · 207+ views
    Reuters ^ | 2-28-04
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The informant who helped lead the U.S. military to ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's two sons has been paid most of a $30 million reward for the tip-off, the State Department said on Saturday. "The informant who gave us information on the whereabouts of Uday and Qusay Hussein has been paid the bulk of the reward within the last couple of days, and has control over payment of the balance of the reward," said State Department spokeswoman Joanne Moore. "The informant and his family have been relocated." Uday and Qusay Hussein were killed in a firefight with...
  • The Missing People Shredder

    02/27/2004 6:56:37 AM PST · by alpowolf · 50 replies · 439+ views
    The Guardian ^ | February 25, 2004 | Brendan O'Neill
    The missing people-shredderThe horror of one of Saddam's execution methods made a powerful pro-war rallying cry - but the evidence suggests it never existed Brendan O'Neill Wednesday February 25, 2004 The Guardian Forget the no-show of Saddam Hussein's WMD. Ask instead what happened to Saddam's "people shredder", into which his son Qusay reportedly fed opponents of the Ba'athist regime. Ann Clwyd, the Labour MP who chairs Indict, a group that has been campaigning since 1996 for an international criminal tribunal to try the Ba'athists, wrote of the shredder in the Times on March 18 last year - the day of...
  • Iraqi Informer's Family Marked For Death (Uday-Qusay)

    01/23/2004 9:21:27 PM PST · by blam · 7 replies · 212+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 1-24-2004 | Rory McCarthy
    Iraqi informer's family is marked for death Nawaf al-Zaidan earned $30m by leading the US to Saddam's sons. Now local tribes have sworn revenge Rory McCarthy in Mosul Saturday January 24, 2004 The Guardian (UK) The spot where Nawaf al-Zaidan's mansion once stood is now empty. Bulldozers flattened the building, leaving a neat square of red earth, as if to erase the memory of what happened here six months ago. Scrawled nearby in red paint are the words: "Houses and land for sale." On July 22 last year, Mr Zaidan left his home in the al-Bareed suburb of the northern...
  • Rumsfeld flies over site where Saddam sons killed

    09/05/2003 6:13:27 AM PDT · by kattracks · 166+ views
    Reuters | 9/05/03
    Rumsfeld flies over site where Saddam sons killed MOSUL, Iraq, Sept 5 (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld got a bird's eye view from a helicopter on Friday of the site where Saddam Hussein's sons were killed in northern Iraq. On a visit to troops from the U.S. 101st Airborne Division in the northern city of Mosul, Rumsfeld was given an aerial tour which included the house where Uday and Qusay Hussein were cornered and killed by U.S. soldiers in July. Their killing was the biggest success so far for U.S. troops hunting Saddam and his top officials. Rumsfeld...
  • Chaos ruled before Iraq's military fell

    08/25/2003 7:52:47 AM PDT · by Radix · 12 replies · 412+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | 8/25/2003 | Vivienne Walt
    <p>BAGHDAD -- Iraq's armed forces virtually evaporated during the war in March and April because of a confused and often ineffectual command structure, which oversaw hundreds of thousands of disaffected soldiers who had no idea of the battle plan. After decades of dictatorship, the war was fought with little gusto by anyone other than Saddam Hussein's inner circle, former Iraqi officers say.</p>
  • Uday & Qusay lesser-known Family members...

    08/18/2003 1:14:17 PM PDT · by FreeAtlanta · 5 replies · 260+ views
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    Now that Uday & Qusay have been eliminated, a lot of the lesser-known family members are coming to the attention of American authorities. Among the brothers: Sooflay ..................the restauranteur Guday................... the half-Australian brother Huray.................... the sports fanatic Kuntay & Kintay.....the twins from the African mother Sayhay....................the baseball player Ojay........................the stalker / murderer Gulay......................the singer / entertainer Ebay.......................the internet czar Biliray......................the country music star Ecksray...................the radiologist Puray.......................the blender factory owner Regay......................the half-Jamaican brother Tupay......................the one with bad hair: Among the sisters: Lattay........................the coffee shop owner Bufay.........................the 300 pound sister Dushay......................the clean sister Phayray.....................the zoo worker in the gorilla house: Sapheway..................the grocery...
  • CIA 'loots' villa where Saddam's sons died

    08/09/2003 1:10:26 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 33 replies · 287+ views
    The Independent on Sunday (U.K.) ^ | 08/10/03 | Cécile Hennion
    The four-storey house in Mosul where Saddam Hussein's sons, Uday and Qusay, made their last stand has been demolished to prevent it being made into a shrine by Iraqis nostalgic for their father's rule. But before the bulldozers moved in, the site was picked over by American souvenir hunters.Four armed CIA men in plain clothes were prowling through the rubble in Mosul's Chalalat Street last week. One, a bald man with an automatic rifle slung over his shoulders who said he was from Colorado, admitted he was collecting souvenirs for himself and his colleagues. He and other armed Americans were...
  • Nuke component unearthed in Baghdad back yard

    06/25/2003 2:20:52 PM PDT · by July 4th · 415 replies · 2,157+ views
    CNN ^ | 25 June 2003 | From David Ensor
    <p>WASHINGTON (CNN) --The CIA has in its hands the critical parts of a key piece of Iraqi nuclear technology -- parts needed to develop a bomb program -- that were dug up in a back yard in Baghdad, CNN has learned.</p>
  • Photo: Missile Gets Saddam's Sons

    08/06/2003 2:59:12 PM PDT · by kattracks · 125 replies · 781+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 8/06/03 | Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    NewsMax has obtained a photo straight from Iraq - and the battle between U.S. soldiers and Saddam's now-deceased offspring. Click the link below to see a photo of U.S. soldiers, in the middle of their firefight with Uday and Qusay. See the missile in flight, fired from a Humvee in the street. Notice the spent shell casings on the ground ... there are not that many; there would have been more had we used all our firepower on the murderous scum, proving the fact that we gave them a chance, and when they didn't surrender ... well, they started the...
  • Videos of Uday Hussein whiping the soles of their feet (torture and reason unknown)

    08/04/2003 4:32:34 PM PDT · by dennisw · 30 replies · 4,719+ views
    turks us ^ | august 2003 | via turks us website
    http://www.turks.us/article.php?story=20030803082747263 Shots of Uday tormenting young soldiers Sunday, August 03 2003 @ 08:27 AM Eastern Daylight Time Contributed by: Admin Views: 585 The video pictures of Uday while he was beating the Iraqi youths with his whip cruilessly in presence of tens of viewers in Baghdad. Those shots will shock you... The date of torture, actual reason, identifies of the victims or locationare unknown. Maybe they were only unsuccessul young officers. Hovewer, there is a visible reality... Uday Hussein, courageing to be son of the dictator in the country, cruelessly was bastinadoing Iraqis with a assist of an executioner. And...
  • Coulter vs. EStrich

    08/04/2003 6:08:10 PM PDT · by Inspectorette · 88 replies · 527+ views
    Vanity | 08/04/2003 | Inspectorette
    Coulter and Estrich up on H&C. Estrich looks like he was embalmed by the same guys that formaldehyded Uday and Qusai!!
  • Defiant bluster and makeshift graves all that remain of the Hussein dynasty

    08/03/2003 11:26:28 AM PDT · by demlosers · 5 replies · 346+ views
    The Sydney Morning Herald ^ | August 4 2003 | Paul McGeough
    The graves tell the story of the fall of the house of Hussein. Just off Tikrit's main street, Saddam built a gaudy mausoleum in dictator kitsch style, to give the appearance of a bond with the father who abandoned him as a child. And at the cemetery in nearby Owja, the Hussein family's tribal homeland, the impoverished mother who raised Saddam is remembered in a building whose functional architecture would suit the laundry block at an Australian country hospital. But when the Al Bunaser tribe gathered on Saturday for the burial of Saddam's sons, killed in a gun battle with...
  • U.S. to Pay $30M in Reward to Tipster

    07/31/2003 12:40:54 PM PDT · by El Conservador · 8 replies · 226+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | July 31, 2003 | BARRY SCHWEID
    WASHINGTON - The Bush administration has approved the payment of $30 million in reward money to the tipster who supplied the critical information that led U.S. troops to the hideout of Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s two sons, slain two weeks ago, a U.S. official said Thursday. Secretary of State Colin Powell (news - web sites) decided to award the tipster $15 million each for information that led authorities to Odai and Qusai's hideout — a total of $30 million, the largest award ever made under the reward program. The brothers were killed by TOW missiles fired into the...
  • CIA analysis tape 'highly likely' Saddam voice

    07/31/2003 12:03:32 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 2 replies · 197+ views
    Reuters | Thursday, July 31, 2003 | Tabassum Zakaria
    CIA analysis tape 'highly likely' Saddam voice By Tabassum Zakaria WASHINGTON, July 30 (Reuters) - The CIA has determined that a tape broadcast this week purporting to be Saddam Hussein commenting on the deaths of his two sons was almost certainly authentic, a CIA official said on Wednesday. "We've determined it is highly likely to be him," the official told Reuters. On the audio tape, aired by Dubai-based Al Arabiya television on Tuesday, the ousted Iraqi leader said his sons Uday and Qusay who were killed by U.S. forces last week died as martyrs, and he vowed America would be...
  • Uday, Qusay win sympathy in death

    07/30/2003 3:05:45 PM PDT · by demlosers · 39 replies · 342+ views
    CNN ^ | Wednesday, July 30, 2003 | Rym Brahimi
    <p>BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- When Ahmed al Rahdi was the captain of Iraq's national soccer team, Uday Hussein ran all the sports programs.</p> <p>Al Rahdi says he was given gifts and money when the team won -- and tortured and jailed whenever they played poorly.</p>
  • Iraqis More Accepting of Hussein Deaths

    07/30/2003 2:54:21 AM PDT · by kattracks · 13 replies · 187+ views
    AP | 7/30/03
    The Associated Press TIKRIT, Iraq July 30 — Skeptical Iraqis began to accept that Saddam Hussein's sons Odai and Qusai were dead after a new audiotape attributed to the fallen dictator acknowledged his sons had become martyrs in the fight against American occupation.During a patrol in Tikrit early Wednesday, U.S. forces came across a black flag strung up in front of a local government building. The writing mourned the passing of Odai and Qusai. After asking his translator to read the gold and white lettering to him, U.S. Lt. Col. Steve Russell, whose 4th Infantry Division, 1st Battalion is...
  • Skeptical Iraqis Begin to Accept Death of Saddam Hussein's Sons

    07/30/2003 5:00:00 AM PDT · by New Horizon · 3 replies · 208+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | Jul 30, 2003 | The Associated Press
    TIKRIT, Iraq (AP) - Skeptical Iraqis began to accept that Saddam Hussein's sons Odai and Qusai were dead after a new audiotape attributed to the fallen dictator acknowledged his sons had become martyrs in the fight against American occupation. During a patrol in Tikrit early Wednesday, U.S. forces came across a black flag strung up in front of a local government building. The writing mourned the passing of Odai and Qusai. After asking his translator to read the gold and white lettering to him, U.S. Lt. Col. Steve Russell, whose 4th Infantry Division, 1st Battalion is leading the raids in...
  • Purported Saddam Tape Vows Revenge for Sons' Deaths

    07/29/2003 11:43:40 AM PDT · by El Conservador · 55 replies · 272+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | July 29, 2003 | Alastair Macdonald
    TIKRIT, Iraq (Reuters) - An audio tape purportedly from former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) aired on an Arab television station Tuesday vowed to defeat the United States to avenge the deaths of his two sons by U.S. forces. "I mourn to you the deaths of Uday and Qusay and those who struggled with them. You are the honor of this nation. America will be defeated," said the voice on the tape, broadcast by Dubai-based al Arabiya. "They ... died martyrs in the name of jihad (holy war)," the voice said. The speech was rambling, breaking off...
  • New Saddam audiotape mourns the death of his sons..

    07/29/2003 9:30:45 AM PDT · by Dog · 100 replies · 200+ views
    MSNBC/FOX
    Just breaking ....no word on the tapes content other than he "mourns" his sons.....waiting for the tape to be played now..
  • Uday and Qusay Hussein: What are they doing now?

    07/29/2003 9:03:10 AM PDT · by Happy Valley Dude · 17 replies · 360+ views
    http://www.somethingawful.com/articles.php?a=1587 Just be warned that some of the images may be grapic and or offensive.
  • Clift Suggests Sons Killed to Silence Them on Lack of WMD

    07/28/2003 9:23:08 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 89 replies · 1,594+ views
    MediaResearchCenter ^ | Monday July 28, 2003 | BrentBaker
    Uday and Qusay killed to keep them silent on lack of WMD? Newsweek’s Eleanor Clift suggested on the McLaughlin Group over the weekend that the in killing Uday and Qusay Hussein, “two intelligence assets who could potentially lead us to the weapons of mass destruction,” the Bush administration “surrendered a major opportunity to uncover” those weapons “unless,” she added nefariously, “they don’t believe those weapons are there.” Later, she equated President Bush’s State of the Union line about Iraq “seeking” uranium in Africa with the tape erasure in the Nixon White House: “The 16 words are taking on the aura...
  • Hussein 'traitor' now a marked man

    07/28/2003 7:17:49 AM PDT · by RoboticMouse · 20 replies · 155+ views
    The Star ^ | July 28 2003
    Hussein 'traitor' now a marked man Mosul, Iraq - The tribal chief who owned the mansion where Saddam Hussein's sons died has been warned that revenge is on the way. Whether they loved Saddam's regime or not, many residents of the northern city of Mosul view Nawaf al-Zaidan, the suspected informant, as a traitor for the sake of a $30-million (about R220-million) price tag on Uday and Qusay's heads. "He's a traitor to his country and religion," said a shopkeeper across from Al-Zaidan's gutted home, destroyed in the long but one-sided battle between Saddam's sons and US forces on Tuesday....
  • RISE AND FALL: UDAY DIED WITH A CACHE OF VIAGRA

    07/28/2003 12:57:31 AM PDT · by kattracks · 41 replies · 279+ views
    New York Post ^ | 7/28/03 | Chris Michaud
    <p>July 28, 2003 -- U.S. troops found some interesting things alongside the bloodied, battered body of Uday Hussein - including a bizarre stash of items better suited to a hot date than combat, it was reported yesterday.</p> <p>The porno-loving playboy had a briefcase carrying Viagra, cologne, dress shirts, new underwear, a silk tie and a lone condom, Newsweek reported.</p>
  • Democratic party poopers

    07/28/2003 1:37:40 AM PDT · by kattracks · 1 replies · 202+ views
    TownHall.com ^ | 7/28/03 | Diana West
    As news of Uday and Qusay Hussein's most welcome demise was breaking across the globe, Iraqis lit the skies with celebratory fire, financial markets surged, oil prices dipped, and men and women of goodwill exulted in the apparent success, soon confirmed, of American forces who had rid the world of the monstrous brothers long instrumental in maintaining Saddam Hussein's Iraq as a rogue police state of domestic torture and international menace. But what did the Democrats do?There was presidential hopeful Richard Gephardt, giving a gee-whiz-bang foreign policy speech in San Francisco ("the incubator of internationalism," as he put it) about...
  • Lessons From the Killing Of Uday & Qusay (spew warning)

    07/28/2003 1:42:20 AM PDT · by fourdeuce82d · 9 replies · 311+ views
    Arab News ^ | Sunday, 27 July, 2003 | Amr Mohammed Al-Faisal
    Lessons From the Killing of Uday and Qusay Amr Mohammed Al-Faisal Last week, US forces surrounded and killed the sons of president Saddam Hussein. I have never been a supporter of Saddam Hussein or his regime. Nor do I wish them well today. However, the way that Uday and Qusay were killed needs to be examined carefully so as to derive useful lessons. Let me briefly recap the events that led to their death. US forces, based on a tip-off from a friend of the Hussein family (in return for a $30 million reward), surrounded a house in Mosul in...
  • How the Death of Saddam's Sons was Depicted by Six Cartoonists outside the USA

    07/27/2003 6:45:48 PM PDT · by summer · 106 replies · 829+ views
    Daryl Cagle’s Professional Cartoonist Index ^ | Week of July 25, 2003 | Various editorial cartoonists
    #1 - Tab (Thomas Boldt), The Calgary Sun, Alberta, Canada #2 - Petar Pismestrovic, Kleine Zeitung, Austria #3 - Jean Veenenbos, Austria, Der Standard #4 - "Carlucho" Carlos Villar, El Economista, Mexico City, Mexico #5 - Peter Nicholson, Melbourne, Australia #6 - Bill Leak, Sydney, Australia
  • Litmus Test (on Deaths of Saddam's Sons)

    07/27/2003 7:27:23 AM PDT · by DaveCooper · 9 replies · 202+ views
    Eject! Eject! Eject! ^ | July 22, 2003 | Bill Whittle
    Two of the most malignant and cruel mass murderers, rapists and torturers to ever walk the Earth have departed the planet — and the Left sneers. There was a time — I can remember it clearly, though it seems a lifetime ago — when “liberals” were people who fought for humanity and human rights, people who despised murder and torture. Now, wherever we look, the people who call themselves the most “liberal” seem to be the sole remaining defenders of murder, rape, and torture. What the hell has happened to those people? I was very happy today when I heard...
  • Saddam With Uday and Qusay Moments Before Death Attack

    07/27/2003 11:05:31 AM PDT · by kattracks · 32 replies · 262+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 7/27/03 | Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    Saddam Hussein is believed to have been with his two sons Uday and Qusay moments before the U.S. attacked and killed them in their safe house in Mosul, Iraq last Tuesday. According to intelligence sources cited by the London Sunday Times, a single satellite signal from a phone known to belong to Saddam was picked up during the bombardment of the building where the Hussein sons were hiding out. Soldiers from the 101st Airborne searched a nearby villa which had been pinpointed as the source of the satellite signal but the Iraqi dictator had apparently already fled. Citing U.S. military...
  • Burial Plans for Saddam Hussein's Sons to be Announced Monday

    07/27/2003 12:13:44 PM PDT · by yonif · 22 replies · 304+ views
    Voice of America ^ | 27 Jul 2003, 16:36 UTC | Dale Gavlak
    The Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq says a decision on the burial of the sons of deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, Uday and Qusay, will be announced within the next 24 hours. The Coalition Provisional Authority says it will announce the final steps involved in burying Saddam Hussein's sons Monday. U.S. troops killed the two Tuesday in a firefight in the northern city of Mosul. A coalition spokesman, who asked not to be named, said it had to carry out a number of procedures before the bodies could be buried. Traditionally, Middle Eastern burial practices require that interment take place...
  • Uday, Qusay's Deaths May Quiet Criticism

    07/27/2003 1:43:55 PM PDT · by demlosers · 5 replies · 191+ views
    Fox News ^ | 27 July 2003 | Liza Porteus
    <p>WASHINGTON — With the war effort in Iraq bearing fresh fruit, some campaign experts say Democrats may want to do themselves a favor and tone down the harsh criticism of President Bush.</p> <p>"I think [the news of Uday's and Qusay's deaths] helps. I think it's moving in the right direction," said Fox News political analyst Al D'Amato (search). "I think that it dispels the rumors that we are doing nothing in Iraq, and [indicates] that we will eventually capture or kill Saddam."</p>
  • UDAY RAPED ME

    07/27/2003 5:14:45 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 64 replies · 800+ views
    NY Post ^ | 7-27-03 | BOB GRAHAM
    <p>PUNISHED PIMP: Thug Ali Hussein Ali had his arm chopped after incurring Uday's wrath.</p> <p>July 27, 2003 -- BAGHDAD - Uday Hussein is dead, but he will always haunt this frail woman behind the veil. She was a 16-year-old virgin when Uday's henchmen plucked her in just her second week in college and the sex-mad son of Saddam Hussein raped her.</p>
  • See How They Ran

    07/27/2003 2:48:37 PM PDT · by Radix · 6 replies · 213+ views
    MSNBC, Newsweek ^ | Aug. 4 issue | Evan Thomas and Rod Nordland
    In his famous short story "The Things They Carried," writer Tim O'Brien shows that you can learn a great deal about men by what they take into battle. IN THE CASE OF the platoon he described slogging through the rice fields in 'Nam, those items included love letters from home, grenades and land mines, lucky charms, insecticide, copies of Stars and Stripes, fingernail clippers, bags of marijuana, bandages, psyop leaflets and tanning lotion. "Often," O'Brien writes, "they carried each other, the wounded and the weak." And what did Uday Hussein carry to the fight? After a hot and noisy siege...
  • See How They Ran (Uday & Qusay Found with $100, Cocaine & Viagra at Raid)

    07/27/2003 2:47:16 PM PDT · by Recourse · 42 replies · 414+ views
    Newsweek ^ | July 27, 2003 | Evan Thomas and Rod Nordland
    See How They Ran By Evan Thomas and Rod Nordland, Newsweek In his famous short story "The Things They Carried," writer Tim O'Brien shows that you can learn a great deal about men by what they take into battle. IN THE CASE OF the platoon he described slogging through the rice fields in 'Nam, those items included love letters from home, grenades and land mines, lucky charms, insecticide, copies of Stars and Stripes, fingernail clippers, bags of marijuana, bandages, psyop leaflets and tanning lotion. "Often," O'Brien writes, "they carried each other, the wounded and the weak