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  Uday Hussein - Telegraph
Uday Hussein was born in Baghdad on June 18 1964, to Saddam's wife Sajida, whom he had married the year before.
Uday apparently nursed an ambition to become a nuclear scientist, and claimed to have passed SATs to study at an American university; he later said that his studies were thwarted by the Iran-Iraq war.
Uday Hussein married, in 1984, his cousin Saja, the daughter of his uncle Barzan Ibrahim, but the union lasted only six months before Saja went to join her father in Geneva, after taking a savage beating from her husband.
www.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2003/07/24/db2401.xml   (1333 words)

  
  Uday Hussein
Uday Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti (Odai Hussein) is the oldest son of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his first wife Sajida Talfah.
A former member of the French foreign ministry claimed that Uday and his bodyguards had forced their way into the hotel room of a French couple and forced them at gunpoint to perform sex acts so that Uday could video tape them for later re-viewing.
A former Uday look-alike who had served in the past as a body double, now living in the West, claimed that Uday is unable to perform sexually without causing pain and drawing blood from his sexual partners.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ud/Uday_Saddam_Hussein.html   (342 words)

  
  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Uday Hussein
Uday Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti (Odai Hussein) is the oldest son of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his first wife Sajida Talfah.
A former member of the French foreign ministry claimed that Uday and his bodyguards had forced their way into the hotel room of a French couple and forced them at gunpoint to perform sex acts so that Uday could video tape them for later re-viewing.
A former Uday look-alike who had served in the past as a body double, now living in the West, claimed that Uday is unable to perform sexually without causing pain and drawing blood from his sexual partners.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/ud/Uday_Hussein   (367 words)

  
  Qusay Hussein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Qusay's older brother Uday Hussein had been seen as the heir until he was injured in an assassination attempt in 1996.
Qusay Hussein played a vital role in crushing the Shiite uprising in the aftermath of the 1991 Gulf War and is also thought to have masterminded the destruction of the southern marshes of Iraq.
The praise for Uday's and Qusay's deaths was not universal, however, with a correspondent for Al Jazeera calling the demise of the brothers a "crime" carried out "in cold blood".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Qusay_Hussein   (925 words)

  
 Uday Hussein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A former Uday look-alike Latif Yahia who had served in the past as a body double, now living in the West, claimed that Uday was unable to perform sexually without causing pain and drawing blood from his sexual partners.
Uday is reported to have arrived at a polling station during a referendum on his father's regime in a pink Rolls-Royce.
Uday was buried in a cemetery in the Tikrit area alongside Qusay and the latter's son.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Uday_Hussein   (1659 words)

  
 Saddam The Real "WMD": Brief Bio of Uday Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti
Uday was credited with having a part in the early 1996 killing of his two brothers-in-law, Hussein Kamel and Saddam Kamel, who were married to Uday's sisters Raghd and Rana.
Uday is thought to have been responsible for the Kamels' defection in the first place, after threatening to have Hussein arrested.
Uday took control of vast sections of the media, which was not part of a wider strategy of Saddam himself, but a role that Uday carved out for himself.
saddamwmd.blogspot.com /2004/10/brief-bio-of-uday-saddam-hussein-al.html   (755 words)

  
 Uday Hussein -- Iraq's legendary serial murderer & deviant -- the - The Crime library
Though Uday would later be targeted as one of the chief enemies of American interests in the Middle East, as a teenager, it seems, he harbored an ambition to become just another American college student.
In an Oct. 2, 2002 interview with the British newspaper The Independent, Uday Hussein claimed that he had traveled to the United States when he was 16, and even took the SAT's so that he might some day matriculate at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
At the Qadasayiah Palace, where Uday lived just before the American invasion, records were uncovered indicating, according to a June 2003 story in Time, that Uday kept a personal staff of 68, including body guards, seven chefs and two trainers for his pet lions.
www.crimelibrary.com /serial_killers/notorious/uday_hussein/5.html   (696 words)

  
 SI.com - Sports Illustrated -- The Magazine - From Sports Illustrated: Son of Saddam - Monday March 24, 2003 05:00 PM
In 1984, when Uday was 20, Saddam handed his son the reins of both the country's Olympic committee and its soccer federation, hoping Uday could help rebuild the spirit of the nation's youth while also proving himself a worthy successor to his father.
Uday was driving to a party in a two-car caravan with bodyguards when gunmen peppered his car with submachine gun fire.
Uday was hit by eight bullets and was rushed to a hospital.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /si_online/news/2003/03/24/son_of_saddam   (2132 words)

  
 Definition of Uday Hussein
Uday Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti (or Odai) (June 18, 1964–July 22, 2003) was the eldest son of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and his first wife, who was also his first cousin, Sajida Talfah.
Uday has purchased or stolen approximately 1200 luxury automobiles, including a Rolls-Royce Corniche valued at over $200,000.Uday is reported to have arrived at a polling station during a referendum on his father's regime in a pink Rolls-Royce.
Uday was buried in a cemetery in the Tikrit area alongside Qusay and the latter's son Mustapha.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Uday_Hussein   (1381 words)

  
 Iraq - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Iraq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hussein took advantage of the end of hostilities to turn his combat-hardened army against Kurdish separatists, many of whom had sided with Iran.
In August 1995 Hussein's position appeared less secure as, with the economy in a state of collapse, a number of his key associates defected, among them two of his sons-in-law and their wives, who fled to Jordan.
Hussein fell back increasingly on the support of his sons, Udai and Qusai, both of whom had been given vice-presidential status in May 1995.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Iraq   (4111 words)

  
 ESPN.com: GEN - Former Iraqi Olympic chief Uday Hussein killed
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Uday Hussein, the murderous and erratic oldest son of Saddam Hussein and the former head of the country's Olympic committee, was killed along with his brother Qusai on Tuesday in Iraq.
Uday had once been a strong candidate to succeed his father, but he was badly injured in 1996 in an assassination attempt by gunmen who opened fire as he drove his red Porsche through Baghdad.
Nearby was a domed house believed to be the residence of Uday's concubines, a bastion of bad taste with statuettes of couples in foreplay, couches with fluffy pillows and a swimming pool with a bar.
espn.go.com /gen/news/2003/0722/1584175.html   (956 words)

  
 Uday Hussein -- Iraq's legendary serial murderer & deviant -- the - The Crime library
There was Qusay Hussein, the youngest son of the deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam, the man who was believed to have been most likely to succeed Saddam, his body riddled with automatic weapons fire.
The Americans and their coalition partners had long hoped that if they could bring Uday Hussein and his brother to heel, that perhaps, they might at least prove that the regime that had for decades tormented the Iraqi people was finally over, and that the brutes and butchers would never return.
Perhaps, they even hoped, news that Uday and his brother were dead, killed in a July 2003 gun battle with overwhelming American opposition, would help undermine the growing insurgency that was even then beginning to mock the U.S. led coalition's halting efforts to replace the shattered regime with democracy.
www.crimelibrary.com /serial_killers/notorious/uday_hussein/1.html   (745 words)

  
 [ War in Iraq ]
Born in 1964, the eldest of five children from Saddam Hussein's marriage to his cousin Sajida Khayrallah, Uday Hussein was most notoriously known for his exploits, brutally raping and abusing Iraqi women and girls.
Long known for his ruthless nature, Uday was said to be responsible for the 1996 killing of his two brothers-in-law, Husayn Kamil and his brother Saddam, who were married to Uday's sisters Raghad and Rana.
Uday is also reported to have killed his father's assistant and food taster in 1988, Kamil Hanna Jajo, whom he despised for introducing Saddam to his second wife, Samira, who is reported to be the mother of Saddam's third son, Ali.
www.rferl.org /specials/iraqcrisis/udaj-bio.asp   (436 words)

  
 Uday Hussein's death frees Iraqi athletes - Sports
Uday Hussein, who was killed in Mosul last week, allegedly ordered beatings and jail time for Iraqi athletes while he was chairman of the Olympic Committee.
Uday Hussein, who headed Iraq's Olympic Committee, was so feared within his country that the glee many Iraqi sports officials felt Wednesday over the prospect of his death was muted by concern that he was somehow still alive.
Uday Hussein was also president of the soccer federation.
www.fsunews.com /news/2003/07/28/Sports/Uday-Husseins.Death.Frees.Iraqi.Athletes-2365132.shtml   (836 words)

  
 Uday Hussein at AllExperts
Uday Saddam Hussein al-Tikriti (June 18, 1964 Baghdad – July 22, 2003 Mosul) Arabic: عدي صدام حسين; also transliterated as Odai) was the eldest son of Saddam Hussein and his first wife, Sajida Talfah.
Uday is reported to have arrived at a polling station during a referendum on his father's regime in a pink Rolls-Royce.
Uday was buried in a cemetery in the Tikrit area alongside Qusay and the latter's son.
en.allexperts.com /e/u/ud/uday_hussein.htm   (1568 words)

  
 Iraq coup foiled by US invasion - Iraq - www.theage.com.au
Uday Hussein, known for his ruthlessness and flashy lifestyle, had won the support of the leadership of his father's Fedayeen militia to overthrow Saddam's 35-year rule, according to an advance copy of the April edition of Playboy obtained by AFP.
Uday had planned to announce his seizure of the crumbling reins of power later the same day, but was thwarted when US jets bombed his Youth TV studios in Baghdad, according to Arnett.
Uday and Qusay were killed in a blistering battle in the northern city of Mosul on July 22, 2003, while Saddam Hussein was captured alive in his home town of Tikrit in December later that year.
www.theage.com.au /news/Iraq/Iraq-coup-foiled-by-US-invasion/2005/03/03/1109700581270.html?from=moreStories   (487 words)

  
 America
One critically important point with Uday revolves around the fact that you are only allowed to see the uppermost portion of the cadaver torso, which has not been arranged to protect the sensitivities of sickly viewers.
The real Uday has some very significant scars from the attempt on his life, which are not present on the lower torso of the cadaver - the ultimate whistle-blower for every doctor and nurse who ever tended to him.
Moving on to Qusay Hussein, we find the same fundamental “error” of the pathologists and morticians in failing to match the profile of the cadaver with his photograph, and once again the mortuary technicians were ordered not to shave off his beard.
vialls.com /transpositions/hussein.html   (4885 words)

  
 The Men Who Shot Uday Hussein
As Uday Hussein drove his golden Porsche slowly up a busy street in one of Baghdad's smartest districts, just after dark on Dec. 12 1996, two gunmen responded to Sharif's command with a hail of bullets from their AK-47 rifles.
The idea, explains Hussein Hamza, leader of the former resistance movement that has transformed itself into an Islamic political party, was "to weaken the regime, to undermine its foundations and to create a state of chaos.
As Uday drove by slowly they were shocked to realize he was alone: his bodyguard must have got out to search for women up the street.
www.iraqfoundation.org /news/2003/isept/25_uday.html   (1917 words)

  
 America
The real Uday has some very significant scars from the attempt on his life, which are not present on the lower torso of the cadaver - the ultimate whistle-blower for every doctor and nurse who ever tended to him.
Moving on to Qusay Hussein, we find the same fundamental “error” of the pathologists and morticians in failing to match the profile of the cadaver with his photograph, and once again the mortuary technicians were ordered not to shave off his beard.
Yet despite these enormous difficulties, Saddam Hussein has once again defied the odds and managed to get a new audio tape out to Dubai-based Al Arabiya television, in which he forgets to berate America for killing his sons, and forgets to demand that his sons be buried immediately in accord with local religious requirements.
www.vialls.com /transpositions/hussein.html   (4885 words)

  
 Guardian Unlimited | Gallery | 23.07.2003: Uday and Qusay Saddam Hussein
As Uday and Qusay Saddam Hussein are killed by US special forces in Mosul, Iraq, we take a look at their lives in pictures.
The former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, is flanked by his two sons Uday (left), and Qusay (right), in a photograph released by the Iraqi government.
Uday Hussein rides his favourite horse Cassandra in an undated photo from the private archive of an official photographer for the Iraqi regime.
www.guardian.co.uk /gall/0,8542,1004328,00.html   (215 words)

  
 Uday Hussein
Uday was born in 1964, the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese zodiac, which means he ought to be "energetic, excitable, short-tempered, eccentric and stubborn." Add sadistic, mysogenistic, ultraviolent and totally deranged to that list, and you've just about got it.
Uday, and his brother, Qusay, were killed in a firefight in Northern Iraq on 22 July 2003.
According to most reports, Uday was pissed off at the valet for arranging Saddam's trysts with a mistress, which Uday felt was disrespectful to his mother.
www.rotten.com /library/bio/black-sheep/uday-hussein   (1295 words)

  
 FOXNews.com - Obituary: Uday Saddam Hussein - U.S. & World
Uday had once been a strong candidate to succeed his father, but he was badly injured in 1996 in an assassination attempt by gunmen who opened fire as he drove his red Porsche through Baghdad.
Uday reportedly divorced the daughter of one uncle, Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, in 1995 after she complained of being beaten.
Nearby was a domed house believed to be the residence of Uday's concubines, a bastion of bad taste with statuettes of couples in foreplay, couches with fluffy pillows and a swimming pool with a bar.
www.foxnews.com /story/0,2933,92616,00.html   (1224 words)

  
 Terror Telivision - Transcript: Alhurrah Broadcast of Film Footage of Mohammed Jacem Al-Ali Meeting With Uday Hussein
Uday gave his directives to the director of Al-Jazeera based on the strong relationship between them and which is as old as the station itself.
Uday’s interest in Al-Jazeera is not confined to the news aspect of the station but reaches also into the managerial side of the operation.
In this regard Uday is of the opinion the station’s management has suffered a setback brought about by the board of directors and his opinion things would have been much better had the management been simply left entirely in the hands of Mr.
www.stopaljazeera.org /transcript_of_alhurrah_broadcast.html   (1566 words)

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