11 Years After, Iraqis Remember Day Ex President Saddam Hussein Was Hanged

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On the wake of the begining of Eid nal-Adha on December 30, 2006, Saddam Hussein was hanged to death for perpetrating violations against
humankind.

It's a day that will always be settled in
the memory of Iraqis who viewed their savage pioneer walk towards the scaffold and have a noose fixed around his neck.

Hussein, who ruled Iraq from 1979 until his oust and catch by a United States-led coalition in 2003, was blamed by an Iraqi court for conferring various slaughters amid his run the show. These incorporated the 1982 butcher of Shias in the town of Dujail and the 1988 Halabja slaughter, in which he utilized concoction weapons against a Kurdish town that challenged to ascend against him.

Groups of casualties praised his demise, while different Iraqis felt profoundly disheartened by the shaking footage of a helpless man who once was the president of their nation.
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