posted on Jun, 21 2007 @ 09:36 AM
In these collections of Saddam Hussein's last words it looks as though Saddam Hussein proclaimed his own responsibility for past terrorism and links
to the global jihad. Is it possible that (just as a clock is right twice a day) Bush actually got this right? Story below
Examining Saddam Hussein's last words
(دراسة صدام حسين الكلمات الاخيرة
In the months and weeks before his death Saddam Hussein (Uruknet photo on left) produced a number of communications to the world beyond his cell
through speeches, letters and interviews. Some of these communications have been made public and reveal additional insights into the former Iraqi
leader's personal beliefs and motives, particularly Hussein's views on jihad and the use of terrorism.
In his July 7, 2006 letter to the American people, Hussein (via Uruknet) referred to the insurgency in Iraq as "heroic Mujahideen, in glorious,
virtuous, militant, jihadist Iraq. So God bless the heroic people of Iraq and God bless the jihad and Mujahideen."
Hussein signed the letter:
God is great…Glory to God, to our nation, our people and the Mujahideen…Long live Iraq…Long live Palestine…Long live our glorious nation
and our peace l oving people. God is greater. Saddam Hussein
President of Iraq and Commander in Chief of Iraq’s Mujahideen Armed Forces