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"I'm 49, but I never lived a single day. Only now will I start living."



Published: Sun, April 13, 2003 @ 12:00 a.m.



"I'm 49, but I never lived a single day. Only now will I start living."

Yussuf Abed Kazim

A Baghdad imam who used a sledgehammer to pound the pedestal of a statue of President Saddam Hussein.

"This is a message for the Arab regimes, and could be the beginning of transformation in the Arab region."

Tarek al-Absi

A Yemeni university professor.

"These are the very people who cheered Saddam for years."

Ali Abu Omar

A 40-year-old Iraqi hospital engineer, on the cheering crowds in Baghdad. Coalition forces had all but completed the occupation of the capital city Thursday, but Saddam's whereabouts remained a mystery.




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