House of Saddam (2008– )
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March 2003. As Bush declares 'the day of liberation is near,' Saddam instructs most of his family to flee to Syria; only Uday, Qusay and grandson Mustapha remain. For his safety, Saddam ... See full summary »

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Saddam Hussein
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Sajida Khairallah Talfah
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Tariq Aziz (as Makram J. Khoury)
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Uday Hussein
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Qusay Hussein
Toni Maalouf ...
Mohammed
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Raghad Hussein
Bahram Ehsas ...
Mustapha Hussein
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Hala Hussein
Christine Stephen-Daly ...
Samira Shahbandar
Karim Fakharany ...
Ahmed
Stefan Kalipha ...
Ala
Joseph Sassine ...
Radman
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Rana Hussein
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Qais
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March 2003. As Bush declares 'the day of liberation is near,' Saddam instructs most of his family to flee to Syria; only Uday, Qusay and grandson Mustapha remain. For his safety, Saddam goes into hiding near Tikrit, off the banks of the Tigris River where he lived as a child. As coalition forces flood Baghdad, Saddam remains holed up in a hut, making rallying-cry audiotapes his bodyguard delivers to radio stations. Uday, Qusay and Mustapha hide in a relative's house, but it isn't long before the location leaks to U.S. officials. Later, Saddam senses the net closing in on his hiding place inside a makeshift underground hole. Written by Anonymous

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14 December 2008 (USA)  »

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U.S. Army soldiers sent to capture Uday and Qusay are armed with M16A1 rifles. In mid-2003, they would have been equipped with newer weapons such as either M4s or M16A2s. See more »

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