Published May 2003
by AMI Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||221|
Saddam Hussein's romantic fable 'Zabiba and the King' is a fascinating and moving work which provides a unique insight into the psyche of the former Iraqi dictator. (Two of Saddam's former interpreters have confirmed that he penned it himself.)/5(9). While this goes a long way to humanize the author, I bought this book to read about Saddam, not the author's wedding. The second part of the book is the real meat of the book, as you get a front row view of the interrogation of Saddam Hussein. Saddam comes across as a very traditional man devoted to Arab nationalism and secularism/5(). Saddam Hussein spent his final days listening to Mary J Blige and tending the garden in his prison, a book about the Iraqi dictator claims.. A former guard has revealed that Saddam had green. “I got hold of a copy of the video that showed how Saddam Hussein had actually confirmed himself in power. This snuff-movie opens with a plenary session of the Ba'ath Party central committee: perhaps a hundred men.
He wasn’t just a tyrannical despot — Saddam Hussein had a side gig as a scribe, authoring a tome that includes an allusion to a sex scene between a bear and a Author: Gabrielle Fonrouge. Saddam Hussein was president of Iraq for more than two decades and is seen as a figurehead of the country's military conflicts with Iran and the United : This book by John Nixon, an analyst who interrogated Saddam Hussein, heavily criticizes the White House and the workings of the C.I.A. In his book, Debriefing The President: The Interrogation Of Saddam Hussein, CIA analyst John Nixon says the ruthless dictator of Iraq, 'turned our assumptions upside down'.
A novella written by Saddam Hussein, and finished in the lead-up to the Iraq war, is set to be translated into English for the first time Author: Sian Cain. Saddam Hussein, president of Iraq from to As the Ba’th Party leader he was instrumental in the coup in and effectively held power from that time until formally becoming president in He was known in particular for his role . The Guardian - Back to home. Qur'an etched in Saddam Hussein's blood poses dilemma for Iraq leaders The result of Baghdadi's work was an exquisitely crafted book that would take its place Author: Martin Chulov. The tyrant’s humble last days, and the experiences of his American guards, are recounted in Will Bardenwerper’s compelling new book, “The Prisoner in His Palace: Saddam Hussein, His American.