Saddam Faithful Refuse to Surrender

(Washington Times) The specter of Saddam Hussein resurfaced in Iraq Monday, with U.S. forces suffering deadly attacks, pro-Saddam graffiti staining the capital, and hooded Arab guerrillas vowing to avenge their fallen leader. Four U.S. soldiers died and six were injured in an ambush, a land-mine incident, and accidents. With the upsurge in anticoalition acts, residents of the Iraqi capital expressed fear that Saddam Hussein and his followers remain a threat. Al Arabiya satellite television Monday showed a group of predominantly Palestinian fighters in Iraq vowing to remove the U.S. presence from Iraq "in the name of Allah and the Islamic world."

2003-05-27 00:00:00

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