MORE NO-FAULT PROPHECY
- Tel Aviv Red, Haifa Purple. Kory, Dafna // Paths of Learning;Summer2002, Issue 13, p5
Presents a revised essay reprinted in the light of the escalation of violence in the Middle East in 2002. Personal experiences of war; Views on Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein; Account of how the violence in the Middle East affects the life of Middle Easterns living abroad.
- Better to Send Commandos, Not Legions, Against Saddam. Messing Jr., F. Andy; Copulos, Milton R. // Insight on the News;10/15/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 38, p50
Discusses the best way of removing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein from power. Use of a coordinated psychological-warfare campaign; Establishment of a reward system for the assassination of Hussein; Selection of indigenous elements to conduct unconventional guerilla warfare; Use of U.S. special...
- GOODBYE SADDAM, WELCOME CHAOS! Duodu, Cameron // New African;May2003, Issue 418, p42
One of the most annoying aspects of the debate on the U.S. and Great Britain-led aggression against Iraq in 2003 is that it is almost universally assumed by those who are in favor of the aggression, that those who oppose it are somehow closet supporters of Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein. The...
- Little wars and tumours. Linnell, Garry // Bulletin with Newsweek;4/8/2003, Vol. 121 Issue 6367, p12
This article focuses on the conflict between the United States and Iraq in 2003. It was believed that the United States' high-tech superiority would make this battle to remove Iraqi president Saddam Hussein from power a simple affair. But it is said that little wars, much like tumors,sometimes...
- SQUASHING 'LICE'. Schroth, Raymond A. // National Catholic Reporter;1/16/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p14
Reports developments related to war in Iraq as of January 2004. Capture of Saddam Hussein; Story on Hussein's first encounter with his captors; Cluster bombs dropped from planes during the war in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
- The U.S. and Iraq. Amato, Richard // 21st Century;Nov94, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p14
The author comments on the U.S. reaction to the actions of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. He says a show of U.S. power may show Hussein that the situation is not considered a joke and that the U.S. government will not tolerate terrorist actions. He adds that a U.S. presence in the Gulf will...
- Air strikes alone aren't enough. Clwyd, Ann // New Statesman;9/6/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4299, p10
Focuses on war crimes allegedly committed by Saddam Hussein. Includes deportation and extermination of Iraqi citizens; Scientific experiments on human beings; Elimination of whole village populations.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Iraq. Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // Journal of Church & State;Winter93, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p196
Reports on the concerns of the government of Saddam Hussein about the unrest among Shiites in southern Iraq. Prohibition of a large funeral for Shiite scholar, Grand Ayatollah Abolquassam al-Khoei; Measures employed by the United States to protect the Shiites; Saddam Hussein's strategy for...
- Live From Baghdad. Liu, Melinda // Bulletin with Newsweek;4/1/2003, Vol. 121 Issue 6366, p38
This article focuses on a newspaper correspondent's experience of the 2003 Gulf conflict in Iraq. Iraqi troops were torching the moats of oil that Saddam Hussein had built there. The streets were mostly empty, except for groups of Iraqi soldiers digging trenches and bunkers for a last stand...