Re: Lo que dice Khalid Assiz
- From: "T.Schmidt" <ljsprojects@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 07:00:28 -0600
El nombre es Aziz.(en el <Subject>)
"T.Schmidt" <ljsprojects@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Creo que Khal;id Aziz era el único católico en el gabinete de Saddamsé
Hussein. Anuncian que va a declarar en el jucio que le siguen a este. No
qué valor tenga su declaración, pero para los colombianos que somos en laaides.
mayoría católicos es interesante saber lo que va a decir.
Former Iraq deputy PM Aziz takes stand for Saddam
By Ahmed Rasheed
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's ex-Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz made his
first public appearance in three years on the stand for Saddam Hussein on
Wednesday, calling on the court to try current leaders for attacks on the
state in the 1980s.
Aziz, the highest profile witness for Saddam, was once the international
public face of the toppled leader's government and one of his closest
He tried to turn the tables around in the trial that started in October by
accusing one of the parties now in power, the Islamist Shi'ite Dawa of new
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, of trying to kill him and Saddam in the
Maliki's national unity government of Shi'ites, minority Sunni Arabs and
Kurds took office last Saturday on a pledge to rein in guerrilla and
sectarian attacks plaguing Iraq three years after U.S. forces toppled
In new violence highlighting the challenge the tough-talking Maliki faces,
gunmen shot dead a police general in Baghdad and tribal clashes south of
capital killed 16, police said.now.
Saddam and seven co-defendants are accused of bloody reprisals, including
the killings of 148 Shi'ites, in the town of Dujail after a failed
assassination bid on Saddam in 1982 by the Dawa party.
"I'm a victim of criminal acts committed by a party presently in power
Try them," said Aziz, referring to a hand grenade attack at a Baghdadin
university in 1980, which he escaped with a broken arm and a few cuts.
"They killed dozens of students."
Aziz, a long-time ally of Saddam, said the separate assassination attempt
Dujail was part of a series of operations targeting officials andcivilians
and Iraqi officials had every right to crack down on the Dawa.they
"Weren't the killings at Mustansiriya University a mass killing?," Aziz
asked the court. "And now you are judging officials, accusing them of mass
Aziz, whose family says he is seriously ill, was number 43 on the U.S.
most-wanted list of Iraqi officials when he gave himself up in April 2003.
POLICE GENERAL KILLED
U.S. forces, seeking to quell an insurgency of mainly Saddam loyalists and
al Qaeda militants that erupted after his overthrow, said on Wednesday
killed seven militants in two separate operations the previous day.of
The United States and Britain are keen for progress on the ground so that
they can start withdrawing their combined 140,000 troops from Iraq,
suffering daily roadside bomb and other attacks.
They hope that participation of the Sunni minority, which dominated Iraq
under Saddam, in Maliki's government will help defuse the insurgency.
Maliki, who has vowed to use "maximum force against terrorists", said this
week his forces could take charge of security in most of Iraq by the end
this year, except for Baghdad and insurgent strongholds in its west.in
Security analysts have voiced doubts about the ability of Iraq's fledgling
security forces to take over from U.S. and British troops and restore
stability in the strife-torn country.
Maliki also faces a highly sensitive task in choosing interior and defence
ministers whose main mission will be to combat insurgents and check the
sectarian violence that erupted after a Shi'ite shrine was bombed in
In yet another reminder of the difficult security situation, gunmen shot
dead police General Ahmed Dawod on his way to work in Baghdad on Wednesday
morning, police said.
The killing of Dawod, a deputy chief of Baghdad municipality's protection
units, appeared to be part of a campaign to assassinate prominent Iraqi
It came a day after three separate bomb attacks killed at least 21 people
Baghdad on Tuesday, including 11 when a bomb hidden in a motorcycleexploded
outside a Shi'ite mosque.hospital.
South of the capital, clashes between rival Sunni and Shi'ite tribes over
land have killed around 16 people, police sources said on Wednesday.
Eighteen people were wounded in Tuesday's fighting between the two feuding
tribes close to the town of Suwayra, about 40 km south of Baghdad.
A Reuters reporter saw 14 bodies that had been taken to Suwayra's
Police arrested 10 people, a police source said, adding the security
were now in control of the situation.http://in.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=worldNews&storyID=2006-05-24T164201Z_01_NOOTR_RTRJONC_0_India-250945-2.xml&archived=False
While guerrilla and sectarian attacks have killed thousands of people in
Iraq since 2003, large-scale fighting between tribes is unusual.
No sé si los fusilados por Saddam fueron juzgados y entonces fusilados [lo
que hubiera sido aplicar la ley] o si fueron sumariamente asesinados.
mandó a morir mas de 140 gringos, todos ellos juzgados y encontrados
culpables. Si lo que hizo Saddam fue igual a lo que hizo Bush, ¿por que no
le cortan la cabeza a este? Habrá que esperar para saber la verdad.
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