Video: Saddam hanging won't change much, says conservative activist

Mike Sheehan and David Edwards
Raw Story
Wednesday, January 3, 2007

"We should not be sympathetic to the way [Saddam Hussein] died," says a conservative activist to FOX News' Neil Cavuto, in regard to the execution of ousted Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, who was hanged on December 30th of last year.

Brigitte Gabriel, a Lebanese-American journalist known for her criticism of radical Islam, said, "Terrorists are going to use anything in their power to attack America."

"The Middle East is run by vengeance and by humiliation and dignity and honor. It's a very tribal culture," Gabriel continues. "No matter what happens, the insurgency [will] do the exact same thing [they've been] doing, and that is blowing [up] Iraqi interests ... and attacking America's interests."

"It's business as usual" despite Hussein's execution, she tells Cavuto.



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