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Saddam's Secrets By Georges Hormuz Sada,

  • Title: Saddam's Secrets
  • Author: Georges Hormuz Sada
  • ISBN: 9781591454045
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Georges Sada was one of Saddam s top generals and foremost military advisors A truth teller in a government that made the truth dangerous A devout Christian in a Muslim country And a man who would stand up for what was right even at the risk of his own life.In this eye opening expos , General Sada shares his bizarre yet amazing journey as an insider to one of history sGeorges Sada was one of Saddam s top generals and foremost military advisors A truth teller in a government that made the truth dangerous A devout Christian in a Muslim country And a man who would stand up for what was right even at the risk of his own life.In this eye opening expos , General Sada shares his bizarre yet amazing journey as an insider to one of history s most sinister regimes He also, for the first time, reveals the disturbing truth about Saddam s plots to destroy Israel, hide weapons of mass destruction and overtake the Arab world As an eye witness to history, Sada paints a painfully truthful picture of Hussein and his country that is at once personal and alarming, truthful and compelling, candid and sobering It is a story guaranteed to send shock waves around the world.
    Saddam s Secrets Georges Sada was one of Saddam s top generals and foremost military advisors A truth teller in a government that made the truth dangerous A devout Christian in a Muslim country And a man who would sta

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    1. Sadaam was an evil man To be honest nothing that Sada reveals in this book was a surprise or shocker to me because I think the entire world now sees how evil this man really was The massacres that were committed under his orders of his own people is sickening It is so dis heartening to know that there is still a lot of mass graves throughout Iraq that have yet to be discovered Sada admits in the book that Sadaam did have weapons of mass destruction nuclear weapons but hid them when American coal [...]

    2. Fascinating story detailing what was really going on under Saddam Hussein according to the author The conflict of serving under this govt as a Christian must ve been enormous It reminded me a little of Queen Esther as she was put in place for such a time as this Maybe if Georges Sada had not been in a strategic place countless lives would ve been lost I struggled a little with the narrative voice and some of the claims made seemed extraordinary I m not sure how much corroboration there is of th [...]

    3. Good read In some places you can see the author gets a lot repetitive This is true especially towards the end Other than that i will recommend this book to somebody who is interested in Saddam himself, though i would have expected him to talk about how he was raised, how he became what he is at a personal level.So there are really not many Saddam secrets in the book , neverthless it is a good read

    4. General Sada has a very raw and unfiltered insider description of Iraqi during Saddam s reign of terror It details with crystal clarity the sad and sickening detail how one man turned his own country s wealth and fortune into a machine to satisfy his own need for greed and power It also describes what could have happened had he had not been stopped when he was If you think you know why President George W Bush insisted that the U.S has to stop Saddam and you have not read this, think again Some p [...]

    5. This book was very interesting, General Sada is a fascinating man He always told Saddam the truth even when Saddam didn t want to hear it Sada could have been killed by Saddam or one of his evil sons at anytime but he always stood his ground and spoke the truth Sada gives lots of good insight into the why Iraq is the way it is today because of the legacy of Saddam He explains what happened to Saddam s WMDs and how Saddam ruined Iraq and used it as his own personal playground and bank Saddam coul [...]

    6. To understand another culture if that is possible , one must learn from a member of that culture General Sada, an Iraqi air force general in Saddam s Iraq, helps us understand this strange land and it s people However, his most amazing feat is remaining true to his principles and the teachings of his parents in a country when both could have led to his death General Sada rose to the second highest poistion in Saddam s Air Force but refused the top position because he would not renounce his Chris [...]

    7. A very interesting first hand account of life inside Saddam s Iraq The reign of terror as described by Gen Sada is almost palpable Although autobiography than expos , this book illuminates the power and authority structure in the Middle East that is virtually alien to the western world A good and insightful book, required reading for anyone who wants to understand Iraq, Iran, Syria and the rest of the Middle East Prescient for its time, this book will help the curious mind understand the person [...]

    8. I learned about Gen Sada the author than I did about Saddam If you re looking to delve deeply into the madness of Saddam and his actions, this is not the book for you Yes, you ll learn about his weapons programs, but that is a very small portion of the book Mostly, you ll learn about what an awesome pilot Gen Sada was and how he was so honest that Saddam couldn t help but come to him for advice It seemed rather boastful to me.

    9. This book is a must read for several reasons First, Georges Sada was Saddam Hussein s 2 guy in his air force He knows there were weapons of mass destruction and he knows what happened to them This book came out in 2006 Flash forward to 2014 and ISIS stumbles across a cache of chemical weapons where In Syria Exactly where Sada said they were taken It s probably the biggest story you never saw in the newspapers, but you can read all about it in this still timely book.

    10. The detailed title is how an Iraqi General defied and survived Saddam Hussein Georges Sada is an Assyrian Christian who had some success despite his refusal to join the Baath party It is worth reading this insiders account The only downsides are too much appreciation for George Bush and wondering what his opinions would be now a few years into the conflict.

    11. I recommend not reading this one There are really no secrets in this book at all Most of the content is discussion about the author s time spent in the Iraqi military Although interesting, I expected different content based upon the book s title The author writing styles are very disjointed as well Overall, not very satisfying.

    12. Title is misleading The book primarily discusses George Sada s life as a fighter pilot There are only a couple chapters about Saddam and his WMDs It was still a good book though, and his stories as a pilot were interesting.

    13. Where are the WMD s Georges Sada tells us, and he has the inside scoop as one of Saddam s former leading men His is a story of faith, love of country, and survival in a hostile regime One wonders why his story hasn t gotten out in the mainstream media

    14. A very interesting inside look at the world of Saddam Hussien from someone who served under him, disagreed, and survived It is worth it to note how he responds to the American Media s response to the war and his discussion of where a majority of the WMD went and how it got there.

    15. Interesting book But instead of Saddam s Secrets it should have been called Sada s Story as it is about General Sada than Saddam Hussein.

    16. Different perspective on the Middle East and the country of Iraq Changed my perspective of why we are there.

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