Raghad Saddam Hussein publishes a new message in her father's handwriting during his capture by the Americans

Raghad Saddam Hussein.


Raghad Saddam Hussein, the daughter of the late Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, revealed on Wednesday a new letter written in her father's handwriting during his capture by US forces in Baghdad in 2003, which included his talk about the court and former US President George W. Bush.

Saddam Hussein also explained in his letter how the United States misled the world about the presence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

And the text of the message read: "Saddam Hussein does not surprise him with the hatred of Bush, the zealots, nor the zealots around him, like him, because of his knowledge of the hatred of Zionism against him and Iraq, but Zionism and those like it are those who drum for this organization, are the blood of Saddam Hassan and his sons sufficient for them only from his crucifixion?"

From what the father wrote in captivity .. # Iraq # Saddam_Hussain pic.twitter.com/shjsw25EF5

- Raghad Saddam Hussein (@RaghadSaddam_Saddam) May 26, 2021

He continued: "It is not enough for them, but more blood, and for this declared goal it was necessary to invade or implement the idea in order to satisfy Zionism and satisfy themselves the bloodthirsty Zionists after the reasons that were announced as the engine of their motives and after the allegation lied, which are respectively weapons of mass destruction and the relationship. With the events of September 11th, when the two American trade towers were destroyed, the claim was proven false, and the position of the American responsible Zionists became critical to the American public opinion, so it was difficult for him to implement the idea through a military court from the invasion army. "

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