Chemical Ali and Chemical Sally
The Sun published the above picture of Saddam's frail notorious murderer cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, also known as Chemical Ali, and Saddam's biological weapons chief Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash, also known as Chemical Sally and Mrs Anthrax.
The Sun also responded to the woolly-minded liberals:
Our extraordinary photos yesterday of Saddam in jail got the whole world talking and woolly-minded liberals into a predictable lather.Apparently! But how sad?!
They bleated on about infringing his RIGHTS apparently forgetting who this depraved monster is.
How sad for Saddam if he feels humiliated. The fact is these images are simply the most striking demonstration of exactly how much Iraq has changed in the last two years.Does he? And we are suppose to feel sorry for him? Why? Didn't he feel humiliated by the images of Iraqis slapping his toppled statue and his portraits with their slippers and spitting on his face? Or when he was captured in the spider hole? Or when he didn't have the courage to shot himself?
A bloody tyrant who forced 20 million people to grovel at his feet has finally been humbled and what better way to illustrate that.I would say there are many ways, Iraqis are full of ideas if you know what I mean; nevertheless, this is a good one, so thank you for publishing the pictures.
The man who showed no mercy is jailed in humane conditions. Unlike his tragic victims, he will face a fair trial by a legitimate Iraqi court.Absolutely.
But make no mistake, this man is hardly entitled to a single human courtesy.
All the Iraqi people I know or have met on the streets of Basra or Baghdad will give you the same answer.What can I say, you said it all!
The evil brute - and his cruel henchmen - deserve no ones sympathy for anything.
Update: I was talking to a friend and he pointed out, quite correctly, that this women is not Mrs Anthrax, it is Rihab Rashid Taha, also known as Dr Germ. I think he is right and the Sun got it wrong!