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A '''Ba'athist''' is a member of a pan-[[Arab]] [[socialist]] Ba'ath (from the Arabic for "revival") political party active principally in [[Syria]] and [[Iraq]].<ref>http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Ba'athist</ref> The movement began during the 1940s with the goal of uniting the entire Arab-speaking world into a nation state.<ref>http://www.richmond.edu/~ebogle/excerpt3.html</ref> Former Iraqi dictator [[Saddam Hussein]] was an influential Ba'athist and placed the Ba'ath Party at the center of his regime.<ref>http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0728/p06s02-woiq.html</ref>
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A '''Ba'athist''' is a member of a pan-[[Arab]] [[socialist]] Ba'ath (from the Arabic for "revival") political party active principally in [[Syria]] and [[Iraq]].<ref>http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Ba'athist</ref> The movement began during the 1940s with the goal of uniting the entire Arab-speaking world into a nation state.<ref>http://www.richmond.edu/~ebogle/excerpt3.html</ref> Former Iraqi dictator [[Saddam Hussein]] was an influential Ba'athist and placed the Ba'ath Party at the center of his regime.<ref>http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0728/p06s02-woiq.html</ref> The currently leader of [[Syria]] [[Bashar al-Assad]] is also a the leader of the syrian Baathist Party.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:15, 6 March 2013

A Ba'athist is a member of a pan-Arab socialist Ba'ath (from the Arabic for "revival") political party active principally in Syria and Iraq.[1] The movement began during the 1940s with the goal of uniting the entire Arab-speaking world into a nation state.[2] Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein was an influential Ba'athist and placed the Ba'ath Party at the center of his regime.[3] The currently leader of Syria Bashar al-Assad is also a the leader of the syrian Baathist Party.

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  1. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Ba'athist
  2. http://www.richmond.edu/~ebogle/excerpt3.html
  3. http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0728/p06s02-woiq.html