Saddam has been hanged!

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Postby jackyip » Sun Dec 31, 2006 3:27 pm

He deserved it :evil:
i'm not sure what he's done but as you know that things ain't good even violent.

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Postby MissLT » Sun Dec 31, 2006 8:16 pm

Xkalibur wrote:I think it hasn't been necessary in current situation in Iraq, that will just increase violence. Execution is the discrimination of human rights. Everyone has right to live. Maybe, spending rest of life in a prison would be right punishment, but under the pressure of U.S. government they hanged him.

Tell that to people he'd killed!

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Postby Efantastic » Sun Dec 31, 2006 8:50 pm

Anahita wrote:
Hardi wrote:
danyet wrote:Yes the death penalty does seem a bit messy doesn't it. I think they should have just done something like lock Saddam in a cell with a grizzly bear. If the grizzly wanted to eat him, well that would be his business, not ours, right?
I suggest shark. I like bears.


ROFLAMO! You guys are so funny!! :lol: I agree with shark idea more though :wink: , hehehe, it really served him right and also those big fishes could have some fun with hairy dude 8) :lol: but damn, it's already too late now for arranging this show! poof, another criminal was sent to the hell... *leans back as lights a cig and smirks*


you happy??????
You do not know. Maybe he now in heaven.

yah maybe>>>

dont forget last words... he told>>

أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله

see ....

i hope to be last words when i die

أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله

i think he lucky

also i think his soul now in heaven.

just i think....

but i dont know.

just god who know about that.
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Postby Romantic » Sun Dec 31, 2006 8:52 pm

The date and time of death was inappropriate, actually I have never heard that a president has been executed, anyway he is gone and I feel sorry,

Rest in Peace

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Postby MissLT » Sun Dec 31, 2006 9:03 pm

His soul is in heaven, rest in peace??!??!!?!? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: The best jokes ever of 2006! Gosh, I just can't stop laughing!!!!!!!

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Postby fadi » Sun Dec 31, 2006 9:22 pm

Romantic wrote:The date and time of death was inappropriate, actually I have never heard that a president has been executed, anyway he is gone and I feel sorry,

Rest in Peace


agree with u my friend

may his soul rest in peace

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Postby Vega » Sun Dec 31, 2006 9:29 pm

LennyeTran wrote:
Xkalibur wrote:I think it hasn't been necessary in current situation in Iraq, that will just increase violence. Execution is the discrimination of human rights. Everyone has right to live. Maybe, spending rest of life in a prison would be right punishment, but under the pressure of U.S. government they hanged him.

Tell that to people he'd killed!



That is just shows again that democracy cannot be established in countries such as Iraq,where human rights don't respects, where justice most of times guided by religion.That sentence(verdict) was just revenge reinforced by rage of many Iraqi peoples, not objective from view point of human rights,Lenny.

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Postby fadi » Sun Dec 31, 2006 9:33 pm

LennyeTran wrote:
Xkalibur wrote:I think it hasn't been necessary in current situation in Iraq, that will just increase violence. Execution is the discrimination of human rights. Everyone has right to live. Maybe, spending rest of life in a prison would be right punishment, but under the pressure of U.S. government they hanged him.

Tell that to people he'd killed!


and what do u think of israli soldiers continuous killing of innocent palistinians.,.,who is responseple.,.,?????????who must be hannged for this murders????????

not only Saddam is against democracy.,.there r many people must be hangged for killing innocent

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Postby MissLT » Sun Dec 31, 2006 9:37 pm

Xkalibur wrote:
LennyeTran wrote:
Xkalibur wrote:I think it hasn't been necessary in current situation in Iraq, that will just increase violence. Execution is the discrimination of human rights. Everyone has right to live. Maybe, spending rest of life in a prison would be right punishment, but under the pressure of U.S. government they hanged him.

Tell that to people he'd killed!



That is just shows again that democracy cannot be established in countries such as Iraq,where human rights don't respects, where justice most of times guided by religion.That sentence(verdict) was just revenge reinforced by rage of many Iraqi peoples, not objective from view point of human rights,Lenny.

One on one is a revenge. Take a look at how many people he'd killed or ordered to kill/torture, then you'd know his sentence was not a revenge. Justice should be brought to those who deserve it. Putting him in jail does no justice since he never felt remorse. It'd be a waste of our money and energy. And what if he could be able to escape? Can you guarantee he would not try to kill anyone anymore? No, you can't and neither can others. Therefore, his death will put other people in peace. This is what I call justice.

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Postby Anahita » Mon Jan 01, 2007 4:01 am

Efantastic wrote:
Anahita wrote:
Hardi wrote:
danyet wrote:Yes the death penalty does seem a bit messy doesn't it. I think they should have just done something like lock Saddam in a cell with a grizzly bear. If the grizzly wanted to eat him, well that would be his business, not ours, right?
I suggest shark. I like bears.


ROFLAMO! You guys are so funny!! :lol: I agree with shark idea more though :wink: , hehehe, it really served him right and also those big fishes could have some fun with hairy dude 8) :lol: but damn, it's already too late now for arranging this show! poof, another criminal was sent to the hell... *leans back as lights a cig and smirks*


you happy??????
You do not know. Maybe he now in heaven.

yah maybe>>>

dont forget last words... he told>>

أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله


see ....

i hope to be last words when i die

أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله

i think he lucky

also i think his soul now in heaven.

just i think....

but i dont know.

just god who know about that.


yes, you got it right, I am happy. * dances around the room* I am so happy that you cant even imagine. Why shouldn’t I? The murderer, who killed my friends and people for eight years, the one who destroyed many life's and innocent persons who never had done any thing wrong to him, is dead now. This is the logical conclusion of his terrible crimes which grabbed his neck and suffocated him at last. Being in heaven? What a cruel joke, hell is the only right place for such a horrifying demon. Where was justice in this world when he was killing people? If he had killed your own family and friends would you still be so carefree about this? huh? Even if he was reading 1000 verses of Koran before dying, yet he wasn’t able to achieve the forgiveness of the souls he has killed brutally and savagely.

Yes, I am so happy, so happy that I can cry and laugh in a same time but I'll stop my tears because I know for a person who never has felt the same pain, talking about these is just wasting time.

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Postby Efantastic » Mon Jan 01, 2007 5:03 am

Anahita wrote:
Efantastic wrote:
Anahita wrote:
Hardi wrote:
danyet wrote:Yes the death penalty does seem a bit messy doesn't it. I think they should have just done something like lock Saddam in a cell with a grizzly bear. If the grizzly wanted to eat him, well that would be his business, not ours, right?
I suggest shark. I like bears.


ROFLAMO! You guys are so funny!! :lol: I agree with shark idea more though :wink: , hehehe, it really served him right and also those big fishes could have some fun with hairy dude 8) :lol: but damn, it's already too late now for arranging this show! poof, another criminal was sent to the hell... *leans back as lights a cig and smirks*


you happy??????
You do not know. Maybe he now in heaven.

yah maybe>>>

dont forget last words... he told>>

Man hanged that is not enough. At any time. In the holy day, holy month ( you know killings in forbidden in this month ). I do not think that the time was appropriate. I do not think it consistent with the laws of legality in Iraq.


see ....

i hope to be last words when i die

أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله

i think he lucky

also i think his soul now in heaven.

just i think....

but i dont know.

just god who know about that.


yes, you got it right, I am happy. * dances around the room* I am so happy that you cant even imagine. Why shouldn’t I? The murderer, who killed my friends and people for eight years, the one who destroyed many life's and innocent persons who never had done any thing wrong to him, is dead now. This is the logical conclusion of his terrible crimes which grabbed his neck and suffocated him at last. Being in heaven? What a cruel joke, hell is the only right place for such a horrifying demon. Where was justice in this world when he was killing people? If he had killed your own family and friends would you still be so carefree about this? huh? Even if he was reading 1000 verses of Koran before dying, yet he wasn’t able to achieve the forgiveness of the souls he has killed brutally and savagely.

Yes, I am so happy, so happy that I can cry and laugh in a same time but I'll stop my tears because I know for a person who never has felt the same pain, talking about these is just wasting time.


you are right, but that was in the past.

Man hanged not enough. At any time. In the holy day, holy month ( you know killings is forbidden in this month ). I do not think that the time was appropriate. I do not think that time agree with the laws of legality in Iraq.

But this does not mean that God will not accept the request of forgiveness and repentance and remorse for the crimes he committed.

think about last words...
أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد رسول الله

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Postby Vega » Mon Jan 01, 2007 11:35 am

Could you translate it? :أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن
محمد رسول ال

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Postby sweets » Mon Jan 01, 2007 1:34 pm

I agree with fadi and romantic that the time was not suitableat all imagine that anther president hang in chsrimis what's your feeling?

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Postby Romantic » Mon Jan 01, 2007 5:50 pm

sweets wrote:imagine that anther president hang in chsrimis what's your feeling?


In fact, i have never heard that a president has been executed :!:

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Postby Efantastic » Mon Jan 01, 2007 6:05 pm

Xkalibur wrote:Could you translate it? :أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن
محمد رسول ال


she know what these words meaning.

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Postby Shazzam » Tue Jan 02, 2007 8:41 am

Romantic wrote:
sweets wrote:imagine that anther president hang in chsrimis what's your feeling?


In fact, i have never heard that a president has been executed :!:


Correct me if i am wrong but he was no longer a president; he was tried for his crimes against humanity. My understanding is that he had to be pulled out of a hole in the ground (captured). He didn't seem to give his victims the opportunity to run.

History proves that there have been many leaders (even Kings and Queens) that have been beheaded etc because of their crimes.

I reiterate the date, time, place are irrelevant. The punishment was dealt out as seen fit by the Court. That should be enough. If the pray that he allegedly stated as he faced death is true you should be celebrating for him anyway. He was done a favor if this is the case. So what is the problem? :roll:

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Postby Romantic » Tue Jan 02, 2007 5:22 pm

Shazzam wrote:
Romantic wrote:
sweets wrote:imagine that anther president hang in chsrimis what's your feeling?


In fact, i have never heard that a president has been executed :!:



History proves that there have been many leaders (even Kings and Queens) that have been beheaded etc because of their crimes.


the past is the past we are in 2007 with new rules and with rights, so where Saddam's rights as former president :roll:

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Postby Romantic » Tue Jan 02, 2007 5:24 pm

Iraqis are very strong people; if you know the history before Saddam I mean thousands years ago you'll know why Saddam is good president.

Al-hajaaj Bin Yousef Al-thaqafi was extremely criminal, he died in 714,
More than 50,000 of men and 30,000 of women were in Jail but jail with no roof, so many crimes he committed no one can imagine.

We know what Saddam did, but the question is WHY he did this?
He did use chemical weapons against some parties but why?
When a president knows that there is an assassination he will do what ever it takes to protect himself.
And I wonder where those chemical weapons are now?

I can say this is the presidency with people like Iraqis, besides, when Saddam was a president we didn’t hear that there is a conflict between parties but now when Iraq is occupied by US oh my God all day long people are killed, where is the Democracy that US justify its actions by it, the conflict won't stop in Iraq and it will last for good.
Saddam had been set up and his popularity is getting increase more and more.

And I will say this again and again date of execution was inappropriate because it was our Eid and it was in the month of Hajj.

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Postby Danyet » Tue Jan 02, 2007 5:36 pm

Obviously, Iraqis don't care about Eid or Saddam. That's why they killed him as a criminal undeserving of consideration.

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Postby Romantic » Tue Jan 02, 2007 8:35 pm

danyet wrote:Obviously, Iraqis don't care about Eid or Saddam. That's why they killed him as a criminal undeserving of consideration.


they do care but USA doesn't.

Rest in Peace Saddam

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Postby MissLT » Tue Jan 02, 2007 8:37 pm

Arale, there IS a political post in this topic, and I think that post should be deleted. Or even better, that member must be terminated for breaking the rule. :roll:


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