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By Sridhar Krishnaswami
the military generals there that if they harm innocent lives or bring down the infrastructure, they will be held accountable as war criminals. ``I think one of the biggest dangers we face...if we go to war is how he (Saddam Hussein) treats innocent life. And it is important for Iraqi
leadership and generals to understand that if they take innocent life, if they destroy infrastructure they will be held to account as war criminals'', Mr. Bush said at the White House this morning.
Mr. Bush was sarcastic when he expanded on what he thought Iraqi disarmament was all about. ``I suspect we'll see him playing games...the world will say `disarm' and he will all of a sudden find a weapon that he claimed he didn't have,'' Mr. Bush said.
``I suspect he will try to fool the world one more time. And our attitude is it's now time for him to fully disarm. And we expect the Security Council to honour its word by insisting that Saddam disarm. Now's the time.''
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