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PostSubject: IFC statement on Saddam's execution   Sun Dec 31, 2006 10:44 pm

IFC statement on Saddam’s execution

The execution of Saddam was carried out and announced by the global media. As IFC stated soon after the death sentence was issued, this trial had nothing to do with serving justice, restoring dignity to Iraqis or to preserving the human rights that have been violated in the “new democratic Iraq” more than ever.

This trial was meant to cover up the US and sectarian groups crimes in Iraq. It was to hide the truth of the killing of 655 thousand people since March 19, 2003. It was to turn the blind eye to the sectarian war that has been going on widely for months. It was to overlook the massive displacement of Iraqis and the immense destruction of the society. Finally it was to divert the public attention from the miserable failure of US project and its puppet sectarian government to bring security and stability to Iraqis.

Iraq freedom congress states that the human rights will not prevail and the justice will not be served unless Bush, Blair, and the heads of the sectarian fractions are put in trial along with Saddam and his inter circle for the crimes they committed against Iraqis.

As Iraq Freedom Congress condemn this fiasco trial which meant the verdict of mafia to their disobedient, it also condemn the capital punishment that is stated in its Manifesto and demand to abolish this vicious sentence which is a major violation to the human rights. Furthermore IFC reiterate the fact that criminals such as Bush, Blair and their hand made puppets will never bring justice and peace by executing Saddam.

Iraq Freedom Congress calls upon Iraqi people to step up their struggle and join its ranks to boot out the occupation and the sectarian factions that hangs over their necks, and lets declare together that there will be no justice and human rights as long as the occupation exist and its puppet government carrying out its policy.

Iraq Freedom Congress - December 29, 2007

In Solidarity
Amjad Al-jawhary
of Iraq Freedom Congress

www.ifcongress.com

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PostSubject: Re: IFC statement on Saddam's execution   Wed Jan 03, 2007 5:18 pm

30 Dec 2006

On the execution of Saddam Hussein

This morning Saddam Hussein, the former dictator of Iraq, was hanged on the orders of the US government and its hand-made ethnic-religious regime. For around 30 years, Saddam’s regime was a symbol of the most criminal and repressive dictatorships in history, claiming countless victims. The repression, brutality and tyranny of the Ba’ath regime caused enormous suffering for the people of Iraq, in particular political opponents, labour activists, communists and ethnic and religious minorities. Tens of thousands of people were tortured, executed and eliminated under that regime or brutally massacred by chemical bombs and other means. The atrocities of Saddam’s regime are truly beyond description and will never be forgotten.

However, Saddam’s execution is not the end of repression, violence or brutality. He was not overthrown and executed for his atrocities and cruelty. He was reared by forces which represent a repressive and inhuman system. They did not even allow his countless crimes to be revealed in a tribunal. Just like the trial of Milosevic and similar trials of the vanquished by victors, Saddam’s trial and punishment was totally political and served the interests of the US government and its allies in the region. There was not the slightest shred of justice or search for the truth in this trial. He was tried in a sham court, which in no way met the criterion for the trial of one of the world’s biggest criminals. Saddam’s trial could have exposed many politicians in the West and the Middle East who collaborated with him, and this is what they prevented. He was sacrificed so as to assert the unquestioning might of the American New Order to the world and its rivals; so as to bring the post-cold war world under the sway of the American New Order. The message of Saddam’s execution to humanity was that the US-created ethnic and religious regime in Iraq is essentially the same kind of dictatorship as Saddam’s.


The West’s full support for Saddam’s 30-year rule, its military attack on Iraq and destruction of civil life, and, finally, the trial and execution of Saddam exposed the deceitful democracy of the Western governments, in particular the US government. Despite the attempts of the US and its allies to cover up, everyone saw the depth of hypocrisy of the Western governments and the nature of their democracy.

Saddam should have had a fair and public trial. The files of his crimes and those of his local and international supporters and collaborators should have been opened and made public.

The Worker-communist Party of Iran condemns the execution of Saddam Hussein. Execution is deliberate murder, a tool of states against people, a means of covering up the real causes of violence, atrocity and oppression, and institutionalisation of violence and vengeance. Saddam’s execution was, moreover, the brutal declaration to the people of Iraq and the world that violence, vengeance and denial of people’s rights will be an integral part of the political system and the state in Iraq.


Worker-communist Party of Iran- 30 December 2006

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