Iraq: Saddam, The US, and their Victims

Raed Jarrar writes that “I used to daydream during my high school years in Baghdad about the day that Saddam will fall; it was one of my fantasies. I wanted to know all the secrets behind his irresponsible and aggressive decisions since he came to power in the early eighties.” He's afraid that the trial against Saddam will prevent the truth about his other atrocities from coming to light.

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