He stirred up controversy… and many attacked him on social media
Sunday – 3 Shawwal 1444 AH – 23 April 2023 CE Issue no. 
Baghdad: “Asharq al-Awsad”
Qais al-Khazali, secretary of the “Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq” movement, surprised Iraqis in his Eid al-Fitr sermon yesterday. , Saddam Hussein, “proved that he belonged to India.”
Al-Ghazali said, “Saddam Hussein spread his statements about the origin of Iraqi people from India,” and after DNA analysis, “it was found that he was from India.”
No party leader has ever mentioned the origin of the former president of the former regime or his “Nada” clan, as reports following his arrest in late 2003 analyzed the link between the two bodies of Saddam Hussein. Sons, Udai and Kusei, prove his identity.
Ghazali did not say how he guessed the origin of the regime’s former president and how he learned about his parentage through genetic testing, which is usually conducted in private laboratories, but people close to him told Asharq al-Awsad that he believed it. Studies prepared by Iraqi researchers, who are interested in the origin of the people who lived in Iraq, in the last century, concluded that the Al-Nada clan was of “Indo-Aryan” origin, but it is difficult to verify moderation and authenticity. These studies.
Ghazali’s statements sparked widespread controversy on social media, with many attacking what they described as “distracting the public from important events,” while others reported reports of lineages of Iraqi tribal origins that they claimed were not actually Iraqis. Arabs.
Qais Khazali: Saddam Hussein’s DNA analysis proves he is Indian
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