Saddam was a POS that we supported until he messed with "people" (oil) we obviously backed up with full military force. We looked the other way for many of those atrocities, like gassing the Kurds and then crushing their rebellion after President George H.W. Bush told them to overthrow Saddam. I'm not even remotely trying to suggest that Saddam deserved to live, but after a person learns of the filth we've associated with, and the terrible inhumane things those people have done with our support, the morality argument for disposing Saddam weakens considerably. Because if we're going to base our interventions on morality, we'd be invading pretty much all of Africa, the Middle East and sporadic countries in Asia, most notably, North Korea and China. Now, if you want to add the, "Saddam was a threat to the United States," that argument is similarly bull****.
They didn't sign the NPT and comparing them to Saddam or the Iranian regime is disgusting stupidity. Do you have a point?They also won't disclose their WMD's. Should they be invaded too?
You don't have any idea how the UN, UNSC or resolutions against nations work at all, do you? You're just presumming that any resolution calling for anything that Israel did not abide by perfectly is the same thing as the violation of a Chapter 7 UNSCR? Ignorant nonsense.