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DOHA, Qatar - He has baffled Arabs with his bottomless dictionary of insults and bemused the West with his staunch defense of Saddam Hussein's beleaguered regime. While Iraq's information minister hasn't surfaced in days, he's hardly disappeared, either.
On the Internet, his fans - a growing number, by the looks of things - are honoring the man whose skewering of his opponents ranged from the standard "infidels" to the pop-culture-savvy "superpower of Al Capone."
We will welcome them with bullets and shoes.