21 March 2018

Saddam Hussein's daughter spoke after 10 years

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Saddam Hussein, who ruled Iraq from 1979 until his overthrow and capture by a US-led coalition in 2003, declined to wear the hood and shed no tears as the noose was put around his neck. reports citing to CNN, his daughter Raghad Hussein spoke in her first interview since her father's death ten years ago.
"I never saw that moment and I refuse to see it," Raghad, Saddam Hussein's eldest daughter said.

Raghad, who blames the US for the chaos that unraveled in her country, hopes that President-elect Donald Trump will be different from his predecessors.

"This man has just arrived to the leadership ... But from what is apparent, this man has a high level of political sensibility, that is vastly different than the one who preceded him," she told CNN.

"He exposed the mistakes of the others, specifically in terms of Iraq, which means he is very aware of the mistakes made in Iraq and what happened to my father".

2016.12.22 / 19:29
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