Reactions to Saddam's Execution: Indifference Among Arab Regimes

[MEMRI] The Arab world's response to the execution of Saddam Hussein was largely limited to minor diplomatic reactions focusing mostly on the timing of the execution - the first day of the Feast of the Sacrifice in the Sunni tradition - and not on the execution itself. There were no statements on the matter from Arab leaders, except from Libyan ruler Qaddafi who declared three days of mourning.

2007-01-05 01:00:00

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