6 edition of Saddam"s word found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p.249-258) and index.
|Series||Studies in Middle Eastern history, Studies in Middle Eastern history (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||DS79.7 .B4613 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 266 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||97002308|
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This is the first serious attempt to understand modern Iraq through Brand: Oxford University Press. This is the first serious attempt to understand modern Iraq through a close examination of the political discourse used by the Ba'th regime and its leader, Saddam Hussein.
By analyzing political terms, concepts, and idioms as disseminated through the official Iraqi mouthpieces, author Ofra Bengio illuminates Iraq's political culture and the events that these expressions have both reflected and.
This is the first serious attempt to understand modern Iraq through a close examination of the political discourse used by the Ba'th regime and its leader, Saddam Hussein. By analyzing political terms, concepts, and idioms as disseminated through the official Iraqi mouthpieces, author Ofra Bengio Author: Ofra Bengio.
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From a Western perspective, the Persian Gulf War of largely fulfilled the first President Bush's objective: "In, out, do it, do it right, get gone. That's the message." But in the Arab world, the causes and consequences of Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait and his subsequent Pages: Get this from a library.
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Drawing from newspaper. A special, double-length article presenting key excerpts from the declassified book-length report of the USJFCOM Iraqi Perspectives by: 3. out of 5 stars Saddam's Word: Political Discourse in Iraq.
Reviewed in Canada on August 4, Starting from the premise that the best way to understand the nature of Saddam Husayn's regime "is not through conventional narrative history but rather through an analysis of political discourse," Bengio reviews in detail the Iraqi regime's use 3/5(1).
Word of Hussein's execution was followed by Iraqi street celebrations. Burial place undecided. Hussein, 69, will be buried somewhere in Iraq "in.
The Devil's Double is the ostensibly true life story on which the Lee Tamahori film of the same name, released earlier this year, was based. The movie, starring Dominic Cooper as both Saddam Hussein's son Uday and his body double or 'fiday', Latif Yahia, in the Iraq of the late s, was hands down my favourite of /5.
Saddam's Word will be of much interest to students of the contemporary Middle East, as well as to all other observers of Saddam Hussein and his regime. Read more Read less Length: pagesAuthor: Ofra Bengio.
Saddam Hussein (sädäm´ hōōsān´), –, Iraqi political leader.A member of the Ba'ath party, he fled Iraq after participating () in an assassination attempt on the country's prime minister; in Egypt he attended law ing to Iraq in after the Ba'athists briefly came to power, he played a significant role in the revolution that secured Ba'ath hegemony.
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Chapter One The Orphan. The young Saddam Hussein had a harsh and deprived childhood. The man who was to become one of the most powerful Arab leaders of modern times came from an impoverished village situated on the banks of the Tigris River on the outskirts of the provincial town of Tikrit.
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The US occupiers made a major miscalculation, Helfont said. “They thought Saddam was causing the problems, whereas in fact he was keeping a lid on them.
These ideas were festering under the surface and post they saw the light of day. [Under Saddam] if you got up in a mosque or in the army and started badmouthing the Shias, you’d be arrested and harshly punished.”.
Saddam Hussein. Saddam Hussein, the son of a landless peasant, was born in Tikrit in His father died before his birth and the family lived in extreme poverty until his mother, Sabha, took a third husband, Hassan Ibrahim. His step-father was extremely stick and.
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As one of Saddam Hussein's top generals and military advisors, George Sada was privy to information that until now has been unavailable. As a devout Christian in a Muslim country Sada shares a unique and compelling perspective.
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While the true social and economic origins of the Syrian civil war stretch back decades, the longstanding culture of government corruption and purchased loyalties hastened the final spiral toward war. Like in pre-war Iraq under Saddam Hussein, loyalty and favor had been traded like currency among the upper echelons of Syrian society since the early days of Hafez al-Assad’s rule.
Saddam: 1 n Iraqi leader who waged war against Iran; his invasion of Kuwait led to the Gulf War (born in ) Synonyms: Husain, Husayn, Hussein, Saddam Hussein, Saddam bin Hussein at-Takriti Example of: leader a person who rules or guides or inspires others.
In the course of the twenty-four years in which he was in power, Saddam “built dozens of palaces” which the Deserted Places blog cites as numbering between “80 and according to different accounts” across the entire country, from Tikrit and Mosul to Baghdad and Basra.
The majority of these structures were built after the Gulf War. U.N. documents list “eight main [palace.
From obscure party hack and torturer to president of Iraq, from Arab strongman and friend of the west to reviled dictator, Saddam dominated Iraq and repeatedly held the political agenda of his. Saddams Palestinian bounty. It shows that Saddam Hussein is a man of his word.
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The latest issue of The Journal of Strategic Studies is out with an article that Kevin Woods and I wrote, entitled “Saddam’s Perceptions and Misperceptions: The Case of Desert Storm. ” “Victory” is not an objective concept.
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