Saddam's inheritance

Iraq.<br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br>This room is according to the locals beeing used to hang people, out of respect the rope is still there.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br>The Bath regime used all kinds of brutal execution methods.<br>One of them is to push prisoners out of a helicopter and try to aim at the central square of the army base.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br>Locals Iraq take stones out of one of the forts to enlarge their houses.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br><br>After being heavenly shelled in 2003, a sign at the top floor says the area has been cleared by explosives.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br><br>An army instruction room.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br><br>One of the few buildings that still have a public funtion, the prison for terrorists and heavy criminals near Kirkuk.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br><br>A base used by the Iranian political party, based on a group of refugees from Iran that restored the building and build even a small theater inside.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
Iraq.<br><br>Former small army outpost,close to the northern mountains, is now used as a home.<br><br>Details out of the former army bases of Saddam Hoessein regime.<br>The bases were often used as prisons to keep and interrogate or execute the opponents of the Baath regime.<br>As part of the past of Iraq, it has been neglected and destroyed, or used by refugees to live in.<br>Recently the government has decided that they belongs to Iraq's history and be restored should have a public function.<br>
Saddams Forts
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