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Saturday, December 30, 2006

Saddm Hussein hung by Justice for the Crime of killing Shiite and others related crime







Saturday 30, 2006, the day of Saddam Hussein's final battle with the justice and his life. The strongest man in the old regime had faced the justice for several months and today he was hung to dead execution style.

Saddam Hussein was born, in April 28, 1953, to the Suni family peasant who were living in Awja close to Tikrit. He had been in the power of his regime very very long time, the the tough guy, who totally dictated the whole country and killing innocent people, finally paying his life back to the dead. His final words was telling Iraqi people not to hate American and other countries who attacked Iraq( the words were put on his party' website).

But justice is not only serving Iraqi people, he is serving people in every countries on earth, the Question is when and where is next? And Cambodian and Cambodia hopefully will be next turn. And we all are praying to get all the strongest men and the tough guys in Cambodia to pay for what they did to our Cambodian people.

The strongest man regime, the killing of innocent people in 1997 in Grenade attack, the 1998 shooting, tortured, the land grabbing, the robbing of the poor lives, the threatening and intimidation are the crime against Humanity. And it is the War crime which is the world will never forgiven or let it on the loose forever.

The justice will come quit some time in the future to visit the strongest men in Cambodia. The culprits and the criminals will share fate and feeling horrified moment together. there is a proverb said " the eye doesn't see, the heart doesn't grave"; it meant that if you don't see a coffin, you won't drop the tear.
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Vietnam-Cambodia-Thailand tours to open

Phu Quoc Island


Land and sea tours linking Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand are expected to open in the first quarter of 2007, said Le Minh Hoang, director of Kien Giang Southern Province’s Tourism Department.

The land tour will begin from Rach Gia city of Kien Giang province through Xaphia border gate of Ha Tien to Sihanoukville city of Cambodia and end in Kathaburi province of Thailand.
The sea tour by high-speed cruise ships will start from Rach Gia city to Phu Quoc island of Vietnam and end in Kathaburi province. A recent survey says that travel firms of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand have agreed on the land and sea routes.
A survey trip with the participation of travel officials, experts and firms will be made in the first quarter before officially opening the new tours. The Kien Giang provincial tourism sector will co-ordinate with Hoa Binh Travel Firm and Mai Linh Taxi to use caravans to take tourists by land.
These tours will be opened because “The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has planned to turn Kien Giang province into a national tourism site due to its great tourism potential,” explained Mr Hoang.
He added that the Government has agreed to build Phu Quoc into a national and international eco-tourism site. Therefore, new tours are hoped to contribute to taking foreign tourists to the Phu Quoc Island in particular and Kien Giang in general. Besides, there are about 40% of Vietnamese people residing in Sihanoukville city and Kathaburi provinces, who have high demands of travelling to Vietnam, Mr Hoang said.
New tours to Thailand and Cambodia are expected to help Kien Giang attract more 22-25% of tourists to the province next year.The provincial tourism sector plans to draw 600,000 tourists in 2007, 22% higher than that of 2006.
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Saddam Hussein executed

30 December 2006 06:26

The former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has on Saturday been executed by hanging, at an unspecified location in Baghdad.United States-backed Iraqi television station al-Hurra and Saudi-owned satellite channel al-Arabiya said that the former Iraqi president was executed at 6am local time, following his conviction by an Iraqi court for crimes against humanity."Criminal Saddam was hanged to death," state-run Iraqiya television said in an announcement.

The station played patriotic music and showed images of national monuments and other landmarks.Speaking on condition of anonymity, a US official confirmed that the execution had taken place.The British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said that the former dictator had now been held to account. "I welcome the fact that Saddam Hussein has been tried by an Iraqi court for at least some of the appalling crimes he committed against the Iraqi people," she said in a statement.Al-Arabiya has also reported that Saddam Hussein's half-brother Barzan al-Tikriti and Iraq's former chief judge Awad Hamed al-Bander -- both of whom were also sentenced to death at the close of the same trial -- have also been executed by hanging.

Saddam's execution, which became imminent after his appeal was this week rejected, has brought to an end the life of one of the Middle East's most brutal dictators.Launching the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war, campaigns against the Kurds and putting down the southern Shia revolt that followed the 1991 Gulf war -- triggered by his invasion of Kuwait -- put the casualties attributable to his rule into the hundreds of thousands.

But his conviction was for a relatively lower figure -- the deaths of 148 men and boys from the Shia Muslim town of Dujail, where members of an opposition group had made a botched attempt to assassinate him in 1982.

Many critics dismissed the trial as a form of victors' justice and Saddam Hussein's defence had accused the Iraqi government of interfering in the proceedings. The latter complaint was backed by the US-based Human Rights Watch.Ongoing was a trial for the deaths of thousands in the Anfal campaign against the Kurds, who were also the victims of one of Saddam's most notorious abuses -- the gassing of 5 000 people in Halabja. If Saddam had not been executed, he could have faced as many as 12 trials for crimes against humanity. Read more!