Killing of Kurd In 1984, the State Department arranged for the sale of 45 Bell 214ST helicopters to Iraq. Four years later The Los Angeles Times reported that "American-built helicopters" were used to gas Kurdish civilians. In March 1988 up to 6,800 Kurds were gassed to death in Halabja by Hussein's troops. Invasion of KuwaitJust before invasion of Kuwait. Speaking for President Bush, Glaspie said, "we have no opinion on the Arab-Arab conflicts, like your border disagreement with Kuwait"
When USA need saddam they made him hero and provide everything. It's clear Saddam Hussein was used in the past by their master to achieve certain goal. According to new plan they not need Saddam anymore. Another view is that, for certain superpower this world like a chess board toppling the regime, instigation of war are common tactics which adopt by them for capturing strategic location, occupying natural resources, or running their weapon industry they have to do this things. The core issue is why Iraqis paying price for this from Iraq Iran war to operation desert storm and at present operation Iraqi freedom. The another side is what about the killing of Iraqi civilians who will punish for this crime, these questions still remained unanswered. Millions of Iraqi lost their life in last 30 years. The new pawn will be rise in Iraq soon which ultimately serve to their master. Tahir Khan
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Mr. Tahir Khan serves as Bombay correspondent for The Seoul Times. Based on Bhopal, India he covers Bombay and other areas. He studied computer, journalism and biology at universities. He writes on various topics like world politics, currents events, news analysis and science.
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