Raghad, the daughter of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, warned those who seized her family’s property from legal accountability, stressing that she would prosecute all those who seized the personal property of her family.
On Sunday, Raghad Saddam Hussein, through her Twitter account, posted a picture of a red Ferrari belonging to the family of Saddam Hussein.
We will sue anyone who has acquired the family’s personal property, these and other things. We warn others not to engage in these matters for any reason because they will be subject to legal question.#Raghad Saddam Hussein pic.twitter.com/uecGE5R6ry
Raghad Saddam Hussein (@RghadSaddam) May 3, 2020
The picture was taken from a program broadcast by Motor, a website specialized in car news. The program talks about the cars of the former Iraqi President’s family and sold outside Iraq.
Iraqis interacted with the tweet of Saddam Hussein’s daughter, and their views differed between a supporter of the right to return the property of her family, and a questioner about how Saddam’s family obtained these properties in the first place.
Saddam Hussein is the fourth president in the history of Iraq. He ruled more than two decades, developed the economy, fought Iran, invaded Kuwait and faced the West in two wars. He was executed after the US invasion of Iraq on December 30, 2006, and his execution sparked a wave of widespread Arab and international protests.
It is all the property of the people.
– Ali Inoma?? (@ali_inoma) May 3, 2020
You must raise an invitation and take back your property, farms, and money, and these are your civil rights and the leader who lives is not confiscated by Iraqi property, and does not attack the property of others.
– Khaled ALtaiey (@KAltaiey) May 3, 2020
Hi Ferrari, I saw her at the General Authority of Customs, based in Karrada
– Sarmad Al Qaisi (@SarmadMedia) May 3, 2020
Their personality is high, money is a people ,,,,,, Saddam’s family is different from current thieves ,,, ?
– Mustafa Ali (@ Mustafa20321694) May 3, 2020
Where did Ferrari answer her?
For sure of this and sweat forehead or from his father’s salary
If I were in Raghad, the days and nights would have stayed, in order to obtain an apology and forgiveness from every Iraqi family who had been wronged because of the policy of the previous regime instead of these auctions.
Property seized by the former regime, which was then stolen by the occupier, and corrupted
– IRAQI???? (@ muntather25) May 3, 2020