Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Raghad, the daughter of the former Iraqi president, Saddam Hussein, responded to what Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the former Prime Minister of Iraq, said about seeing Saddam Hussein’s body “dump” in the Green Zone after his execution.
Al-Kazemi’s statement was during an interview with Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper, published last Sunday, in which he said: “When they threw his body (Saddam Hussein) between my house and the house of Mr. Nuri al-Maliki in the Green Zone after his execution. I refused this action, but I saw a group of guards gathered and asked them to move away.” about the body out of respect for the sanctity of the dead.”
Raghad said in an interview on Al-Mashhad channel, which she reposted on her Twitter page: “In this part, we cannot say my opinion only. First, we as Muslims, this thing is legally not permissible. On the other hand, moral symbols are not abused in any way. These matters are not subject to discussion, not only in Iraq.” Rather, it is in all countries in the world, in Arab and non-Arab countries as well..”
And she continued, saying: “The symbols there is a certain treatment that is dealt with, and we see this thing every year more than once in several countries. What I hear means things that are appropriate for them, because definitely when a person does a certain reaction, the action is appropriate for him, because I do not expect it to be better than what I imagine of them..”
And she added: “They are people who took a specific field in life that they drew for them from all sides that befits them and befits this bad stage in several respects. The free people in the world and everyone who cares about the heroes and symbols, and on top of them the Iraqi street, which sleeps with it to this day is the thing that interests me. As for so-and-so, I will go back and say what was his importance and what was his weight and what is his role until he becomes the person who establishes a man like Saddam Hussein..
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