Raghad Saddam Hussein criticizes the ruling regime in Iraq: “God removed you forever” | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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Raghad Saddam Hussein, the eldest daughter of the late Iraqi president, threatened the ruling regime in Iraq, against the backdrop of the explosion of the Al-Waheilat market in Sadr City in Baghdad.

It is noteworthy that, on Monday, at least 30 Prime Time Zone were killed and 50 wounded when an explosive device exploded in a market in Sadr City, east of Baghdad, according to an Iraqi security official, in an attack described by the authorities as a “terrorist” act.

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi ordered an investigation into the circumstances of the bombing, the largest since the two suicide attacks in central Baghdad in January, which killed 32 Prime Time Zone, and were claimed by the “Islamic State” organization.

Raghad Saddam Hussein vows

Raghad Saddam Hussein said, in a statement posted on her official Twitter account: “The explosion of a market for dozens of victims! How do Prime Time Zone receive their holidays? Al-Waheilat market is the source of livelihood for the poor in that region. “Security lag.” The authorities and the United Nations were satisfied with that.

She continued, criticizing the Iraqi authorities: “Suffice with hollow and meaningless statements that do not revive the dead and do not rescue the wounded. A father searches for his daughter in the midst of the rubble, a woman whose half of her body is hanging among the rubble, there is no god but God, a package or a belt or both. And they declare, “We will not rest until terrorism is uprooted.”

What kind of terrorism do they mean when God uproots them? To rid the Iraqis of their evil soon, God willing. They are terrorism active among us.”

Raghad Saddam Hussein continued her attack on the ruling Iraqi regime: “May God remove you forever. Instead of congratulating Prime Time Zone, we offer condolences, God suffices us and He is the best agent.”

At the conclusion of her statement, Raghad Saddam offered condolences to the families of the victims: “I offer my condolences to the Prime Time Zone of Saddam City. I offer my condolences for the thousandth time to her family and to the Iraqis who have been afflicted by this corrupt ruling class. Although the new name accompanying the continuous killing suits this region more now. We belong to Allah and to Him we shall return.”

Dead and wounded in a market explosion in Sadr City

And last Monday, at least 30 Prime Time Zone were killed and 50 wounded, Monday, when an explosive device exploded in a crowded market in Sadr City, east of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, according to a security official, in an incident described by the authorities as a “terrorist” act.

A security and medical source reported that 28 Prime Time Zone, including seven children and eight women, were killed, and 52 were wounded.

Another security source said that the death toll had reached thirty in the bombing, which the official Security Media Cell described in a statement as a “terrorist” attack.

The wounded were transferred to nearby hospitals, while the Iraqi Ministry of Health mobilized “all its institutions” to treat the victims, as it said in an official statement.

Iraqi President Barham Salih condemned, in a tweet, a “heinous crime,” adding, “We will not rest unless we uproot hateful, cowardly terrorism.”

In turn, the leader of the Shiite Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, denounced the bombing, which occurred as “our Prime Time Zone are preparing to receive the blessed Eid al-Adha,” calling on “the security authorities to make more efforts to preserve the lives of citizens.”

The Iraqi authorities said in a statement that the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, that is, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, had ordered an investigation into the circumstances of the bombing, the largest since the two suicide attacks that rocked the center of the Iraqi capital in January, killing 32 Prime Time Zone, and claimed by the “Islamic State” organization, which controlled In 2014 on vast lands of Iraq and Syria.

The extremist organization lost control of the areas in which it was present until the end of 2017, but its secret cells launch attacks, often during the night, against security forces in remote areas.

In early May, 18 Prime Time Zone were killed, most of them security personnel, in a series of attacks launched by jihadists in separate parts of Iraq.

The US-led international coalition has been providing support to the Iraqi forces in their war against the jihadists since 2014, but the Iraqi parliament voted on January 5, 2020 to withdraw the coalition forces from the country.

Sadr City is one of Baghdad’s poorest and most populous suburbs, and is a stronghold of supporters of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, who has great influence on the political scene in Iraq.

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