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“Either we live together or we die together.”

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image As U.S. military forces entered Kuwait in 1991, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein set the country's oil wells on fire. Highway to Hell A hand-painted sign by American soldiers near the Iraqi border

Saudi King Fahd (said on1990 when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait)


Half a million American soldiers arrived, and the largest army since World War II was rallied in Saudi Arabia. Everybody was awaiting the start of the war to liberate Kuwait.


When Saddam tried to drag the world to his grey battlefield, then-US President George Bush said clearly: “Saddam must leave Kuwait.” Bush did not back down. The policy then was black and white.



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