Saddam Hussein’s daughter sends message to Iraqi people on his death anniversary
Raghad Saddam Hussein, the eldest daughter of the former Iraqi president, recorded a voice message on the 12- year anniversary of her father’s execution last Saturday, directed to the Iraqi people.
“I wish you Iraqis that our vision for Iraq to be more secure and stable than what it is now,” she said.
“All humanitarian and moral values have been lost, and strange ideas have disseminated here and there. Extremism has reached the extent of exploiting religion as a cover to achieve sick objectives for many parties,” she added.
Raghad also condemned terrorist organizations, stating that they have carried out “inhumane and non-religious practices” in Iraq, and “undermined the Iraqi identity, destroyed civilization and tarnished a whole phase.”
She added that the future will be better, and that the people will work to build “a free Iraq” that is unified and developed, and comparable to the world’s developed countries.