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Saturday, December 30, 2006 

At last! The tyrant is dead

Saddam has finally been hung, and the authorities in Iraq did the right thing to carry out his execution ASAP. Here's the report from FOX News, and I see that he maintained his Muslim identity to the very end:
BAGHDAD, Iraq — Saddam Hussein, among the world's most brutal dictators, struggled briefly after American military guards handed him over to Iraqi executioners. But as his final moments approached, he grew calm. Dressed in a black coat and trousers, he clutched a Koran as he was led to the gallows, and in one final moment of defiance, refused to have a hood pulled over his head.

After a quarter-century of remorseless brutality that killed countless thousands and led Iraq into disastrous wars against the United States and Iran, Saddam was executed before sunrise Saturday.
Clearly, he was loyal to the Koran to the very end, wasn't he? Clearly, he was loyal to jihad. So again, what's this that the MSM was saying about Saddam being "secular"? Please. He was anything but that.

Saddam's execution should serve as an important message to any tyrannical Islamic fiends around the world that this is the fate coming to them as well for any crimes they pull against innocent people. Thus, it is good that the execution was carried out, as that's what needs to be done with just about any savage tyrant of Saddam's standing.

Note though those cretins who dare mourn the tyrant's death, and they include...the paleswinians! (Hat tip: Meryl Yourish.)
The execution of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein sent many Palestinians into deep mourning Saturday as they struggled to come to terms with the demise of perhaps their most steadfast ally.

Unlike much of the rest of the world, where Saddam was viewed as a brutal dictator who oppressed his people and started regional wars, in the West Bank and Gaza he was seen as a generous benefactor unafraid to fight for the Palestinian cause - even to the end.

Purportedly, Saddam's final words were, "Palestine is Arab."

"We heard of his martyrdom, and I swear to God we were deeply shaken from within," said Khadejeh Ahmad from the Qadora refugee camp in the West Bank. "Nobody was as supportive or stood with the Palestinians as he did."

During the first Gulf War in 1991, the Palestinians cheered Saddam's missile attacks on Israel, chanting "Beloved Saddam, strike Tel Aviv," as the Scud missiles flew overhead.

Funding the cause
Saddam further endeared himself to the Palestinians during the recent intifada with Israel by giving USD 25,000 to the family of each suicide bomber and USD 10,000 for each Palestinian killed in fighting. The stipends amounted to an estimated USD 35 million.
Now you see why the paleswinians are not worth supporting, because, not only did they support tyranny, they received support in return from the very tyrant who was rightfully sent to hell this very day. They deserve nothing but scorn.

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