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  • Author:
    Nita M. Renfrew
  • ISBN:
    0791017761
  • ISBN13:
    978-0791017760
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  • Publisher:
    Chelsea House Pub (October 1, 1992)
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    Middle East
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Saddam Hussein (Chelsea House Library of Biography). 0791017753 (ISBN13: 9780791017753).

Saddam Hussein (Chelsea House Library of Biography).

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Used but still in excellent shape. Clean pages and little wear. Series: Chelsea House Library of Biography. Library Binding: 111 pages. Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (October 1, 1992).

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Saddam Hussein, the late President of Iraq, wrote four novels and a number of poems

Saddam Hussein, the late President of Iraq, wrote four novels and a number of poems. The first two books (Zabibah and the King and The Fortified Castle) were "Written by He Who Wrote It", a traditional way in Arabic writing to preserve anonymity. Zabibah and the King (Arabic: زبيبة والملك‎ Zabībah wal-Malik), also transliterated Zabiba and the King, written in 2000, is a novel that the CIA believes was written by Saddam Hussein, probably with the help of some ghostwriters.

Saddam was born on April 28, 1937 into a poor family living in Tikrit. . Nita Renfrew (1992) SADDAM HUSSEIN, Chelsea House Publishers, New York - Philadelphia, 128pp. The name Saddam, which means "he who faces the agressor", was given to him by his uncle. His father had died shortly before he was born. By the 1960s, Saddam had emerged as a Baath party leader. A leading member of the revolutionary Baath party, which espoused secular pan-Arabism, economic modernization, and Arab socialism, Saddam played a key role in the 1968 coup that brought the Baath party to long-term power.

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Saddam Hussein was the fifth President of Iraq whose regime lasted for nearly two and a half decades. This biography profiles his childhood, life, political career, events, trivia and timeline. Saddam Hussein was the fifth President of Iraq whose regime lasted for nearly two and a half decades. Birthday: April 28, 1937.

When did Saddam Hussein die? Saddam Hussein was executed on December 30.Jewish Virtual Library - Biography of Saddam Hussein.

When did Saddam Hussein die? Saddam Hussein was executed on December 30, 2006, according to the sentence of an Iraqi tribunal. Where did Saddam Hussein grow up? Saddam Hussein was born in a village near the city of Tikrīt, Iraq. At a young age, he moved to Baghdad to live with his uncle. Spartacus Educational - Biography of Saddam Hussein. Wilson Center Digital Archive - Biography of Saddam Hussein. Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students.

Describes the life of the Iraqi president, his rise to power, and his orchestration of Iraqi troops during the Persian Gulf War

Virn
This book, allowed to go out-of-print, and which is no longer listed at the Chelsea House website, was written back in 1992 before Saddam became demonized and villainized by the Bush establishment, the New World Order crowd, and, of course, the Jews' media. This book unfolds the story of Saddam in a simple, frank way, without endless pages of commentary. It tells about Jewish Israel and their reign of terror on the native Palestinians, their plans to expand until they seize all lands in the middle-east, building their empire on the blood of the Islamic Arabic peoples.

The author presents the facts which themselves disprove the many manufactured atrocity stories being circulated about President Hussein. The author reveals the many constructive and positive programs he employed to build Iraq into a prosperous industrialized nation. His emancipation of women, public works and internal improvements as part of his populist politics are discussed in a brief way that gets right to the point.

Throughout the book, the author gets to the point without wasting the reader's time on long-winded boring commentary. The author reveals clearly that Saddam intended to withdraw from Kuwait after the regime change, rendering completely unnecessary Bush's Gulf War against Iraq. The author further reveals that after Saddam ordered a withdrawal, the U.S. pursued slaughtering unarmed retreating Iraqi troops. The author reveals how the British and the U.S. violated their agreements and promises with the Arabic nations for decades, actions which largely amounted to deliberate provocation.

If you want a balanced view of Saddam, this books offers such a balance by refuting the lies and propaganda which typify dozens of other books written about Saddam Hussein.
Mr.Savik
This book, by the very fine Anti-UN

Journalist Nita M. Renfrew is also

available as a download by typing the

name Tom Valentine into a search engine.

Miss Renfrew was on Mr Valentine's fine

Radio Free America (1988-2004) show

back in 2003 and tapes of the show

are available at [Mahalo and Aloha!}

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Modred
The title of this review says it all. How sad a state is this world in, when a CHILDREN'S book has less prejudice and more substance than any other advanced level book.

Whether you agree with the book or not, this is the only fairly written book in regards to Saddam Hussein. I understand how hard it is for somebody to change their belief in regards to Saddam Hussein (propaganda is a powerful force, and unlearning is harding than learning). But I beg that you give the book a chance.