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THE MIND OF HUSSEIN (Color, 1991, 58 Minutes)
A psychological profile of the man produced in the midst of the Gulf War as part of the venerable TV documentary series Frontline.
SADDAM HUSSEIN: DEFYING THE WORLD (Color, 1991, 32 Minutes)
An analysis of the invasion of Kuwait and its aftermath from a political as well as military standpoint, also produced in the midst of the Gulf War.
INSIDE HUSSEIN'S STRONGHOLD (Color, 1991, 23 Minutes)
The life and culture of the Iraqi people under the thumb of Saddam Hussein as seen immediately after the Gulf War.
TURNING A BLIND EYE (Color, 1990, 23 Minutes)
An expose of the West's support of Saddam Hussein and its toleration of his human rights abuses in the years and months prior to the Gulf War.
IRAQ: ENEMIES OF THE STATE (Color, 1990, 38 Minutes)
A chronicle of human rights abuses perpetrated in Saddam Hussein's Iraq prior to his invasion of Kuwait.
AMERICAN INTERESTS: THE B-2 (Color, 1990, 28 Minutes)
An installment of the American political analysis TV series on how the emerged threat of Saddam Hussein immediately after his invasion of Kuwait was forcing the U.S. political and military establishment to reassess its defense expenditures on air power in order to deal with such emerging threats most successfully, and whether or not such a reassessment should support such weapons as the B-2 Stealth Bomber.
SADDAM'S KILLING FIELDS (Color, 1992, 58 Minutes)
A special episode of the venerable Frontline series: a desperate covert journey by Iraqi political journalist and Hussein critic Kanan Makiya and his award winning BBC partner Gwynne Roberts into Kurd-held sections of northern Iraq a year after Operation Desert Storm in order to obtain documents and physical evidence of alleged atrocities committed by Iraqi forces and officials upon the Kurds. The mission discovered an astounding and appalling amount of such proof, including a cache of video tape of the torture, murder and mass execution of an enormous number of Kurd prisoners, ledgers detailing in fine complexity information on a vast number of Kurdish people, lists of civilians in the employ of the Iraqi intelligence involved with acts of sabotage and community surveillance and more, all on a grand and frightening scale.
Saddam Hussein, Iraqi general and politician, 5th President of Iraq (1937-2006) was born Saddam Hussein Abd al-Majid al-Tikriti in Al-Awja, Saladin Governorate, Iraq. He was a leading member of the revolutionary Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party, and later, the Baghdad-based Ba'ath Party and its regional organization the Iraqi Ba'ath Party. The Iraqi Ba'ath Party espoused Ba'athism, an Arab nationalist ideology that promotes the development and creation of a unified Arab state through the combination of of a Marxist-Leninist vanguard party leadership and a progressive revolutionary government. Saddam played a key role in the 1968 coup (later referred to as the 17 July Revolution), a bloodless coup led by General Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr which brought the Iraqi Ba'ath Party to power. As vice president under the ailing General Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr, and at a time when many groups were considered capable of overthrowing the government, Saddam created security forces through which he tightly controlled conflicts between the government and the armed forces. In the early 1970s, Saddam nationalized oil and foreign banks, a decision that ultimately resulted in the country;s insolvency caused by Iran-Iraq War, the Gulf War, and UN sanctions. Through the 1970s, Saddam cemented his authority over the apparatus of government as oil money helped Iraq's economy to grow at a rapid pace. Positions of power in the country were mostly filled with Sunni Arabs, a minority that made up only a fifth of the population. Saddam formally rose to power in 1979, although he had already been the de facto head of Iraq for several years. He suppressed several movements, particularly Shi'a and Kurdish movements, which sought to overthrow the government or gain independence, and maintained power during the Iran-Iraq War and the Gulf War. Whereas some in the Arab world lauded Saddam for opposing the United States and attacking Israel, he was widely condemned for the brutality of his dictatorship. The total number of Iraqis killed by the security services of Saddam's government in various purges and genocides is conservatively estimated to be 250,000. Saddam's invasions of Iran and Kuwait also resulted in hundreds of thousands of deaths. He acquired the title "Butcher of Baghdad". In 2003, a coalition led by the U.S. invaded Iraq to depose Saddam, in which U.S. President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair falsely accused him of possessing weapons of mass destruction and having ties to al-Qaeda. Saddam's Ba'ath party was disbanded and elections were held. Following his capture on December 13, 2003, the trial of Saddam took place under the Iraqi Interim Government. On November 5, 2006, Saddam was convicted by an Iraqi court of crimes against humanity related to the 1982 killing of 148 Iraqi Shi'a, and sentenced to death by hanging. He was executed on December 30, 2006.