Maliki: Saddam's execution triumph of the will of the oppressed and a major defeat
Maliki: Saddam's execution triumph of the will of the oppressed and a major defeat for the tyrants
2015-12-29 20:23:07 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
Description president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday, the execution of former President Saddam Hussein as a victory for the will of the oppressed and a major defeat for the tyrants, as called for by what he called a "seducer them" to leave the "deviant thought" to the outlawed Baath party.
Maliki said in a speech during the ceremony held by the Martyrs Foundation on the occasion of the anniversary of the execution of the President of the former regime of Saddam Hussein, "The execution of the tyrant Saddam Hussein a victory for the will of the oppressed major defeat for the tyrants," noting that "when we recall the implementation of retribution against the criminal Saddam We have to recall the daily curriculum from harm and injustice that was perpetrated against humanity, so if we want freedom and justice we implement the death sentence in this project and eliminate it completely, and do not give him a chance to return to political life again. "
Maliki said, "on the eve of the execution of the buried Saddam there were conspiracies to prevent his execution but the insistence on revenge for the blood of the martyrs was stronger ones," explaining that "Saddam's defunct regime is one of the Find sectarian because he first patronized extremist groups in Iraq and planting all the provinces."
He said al-Maliki, that "on their seducer and been used by the defunct Baath, to return to the bosom of home leave provided that this deviant thought and Itbrooa of the past inflicted on black sons of the Iraqi people death and destruction."
It is said that the head of the former regime of Saddam Hussein was executed, at dawn on Saturday (30 December 2006), after being convicted of crimes against humanity, ending a stage in the history of Iraq that Saddam's reign more than three decades before his overthrow in April 2003.