In a scene of triumph and jubilation televised live throughout the world, Iraqi citizens in the heart of Baghdad -- with help from a large U.S. military vehicle -- toppled a huge statue of Saddam Hussein Wednesday and began dancing on it when it fell to the ground.

It was a historic moment: the people of Iraq conveying to the world that they are finally free of the brutal dictator who has maintained a vise grip on them for nearly 30 years.

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How much fight do forces loyal to Saddam Hussein have left? We'll ask James Dunnigan, editor of StrategyPage.com.

Coalition forces take a big step forward in bringing freedom to the Iraqi people. But how fast can the Iraq rebuild once Saddam's regime is brought down? Rob Sobhani, Georgetown University Mideast professor, weighs in.

Coalition forces secure Baghdad block-by-block. But what danger zones still exist? Retired U.S. Marine Corps. Col. John Garrett, joins the debate.

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Is Saddam dead, or alive? We'll get insight from retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt.

The fight in Baghdad may be waning, but the war in Iraq is far from over as FNC military analyst retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Don Edwards explains.

How will the new Iraqi government be rebuilt? Ambassador Paul Bremer, chairman and CEO of Marsh Crisis Consulting, joins the debate.

Plus, what role should the United Nations play in a post-Saddam Iraq? We'll ask Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.

And, as American troops continue their push into the Iraqi capital, we'll get reaction from Aziz al-Taee of the Iraqi-American Council.

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