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Dahi Khalfan raises controversy by tweeting about Saddam Hussein | A nation is tweeting out of tune

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The former Deputy Chief of Dubai Police, Lieutenant General Dhahi Khalfan, returned to stir up controversy again with his tweets on Twitter, and this time his tweet about the late Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.

Dahi Khalfan said in his tweet, which sparked a wave of controversy and was monitored by “Watan”: “Condoleezza Rice says that Saddam Hussein was giving the family of every Palestinian suicide bomber 25,000 dollars and that he had planned to assassinate George Bush the father.”

He continued, “Here it becomes clear why George Bush Jr. insisted on assassinating Saddam Hussein.”

Many of the tweeters and activists interacted with Khalfan’s tweet, directing him with harsh words of criticism and mockery of him and his ideas that he weaves from his imagination.

One of the tweeters reprimanded him: “Suicide nor redeemer? Do you not know the difference between them?

Another tweet said: “Any bungee: These days you will hear about a country without a name, whose political system is called“ the Arab Emirates ”; He invades the cities, coasts and islands of your country, from which the names started, languages ​​were born, and Arabism descended from them: Yemen.

As for the third, his comment was more rebuking to Khalfan, and he said: “I left it, you are talking seriously about Saddam Hussein da Rubaida.”

And Dahi Khalfan, the security man close to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed, always raises controversy through his strange and malicious tweets, the last of which was yesterday, insulting Yemen and the Yemenis and claiming that they are not Arabs, which exposed him to a violent attack wave.

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