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Everyman

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The Devil You Know
The Shi'a uprising against Saddam Hussein in the aftermath of the Gulf War has fallen foul not only of American fears of an Iran-style Islamic republic in Iraq, but of Arab solidarity with the defeated dictator.
The Shi'a rebellion was part of a democratic coalition of opposition, including the Kurds. Although ignored by the west, it is seen by Arabs and Sunni fundamentalists as a US-inspired conspiracy against Islam and the Arab world.
Everyman asks whether conflicting loyalties may yet bolster Saddam Hussein.
Producer John Blake
Series producer David Willcock A JBA production for BBCtv

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Unknown: Saddam Hussein
Unknown: Saddam Hussein.
Producer: John Blake
Producer: David Willcock

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