DUBAI: The eldest daughter of late Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has said it is possible for her to play a role in Iraqi politics.
In a special program on Al Arabiya on Monday, Raghad Saddam Hussein spoke about her relationship with her father and her views on recent politics in Iraq.
She was asked by journalist Sohaib Charair if she intended to play a more direct role in Iraqi politics soon.
“Everything is possible,” she replied.
Hussein slammed Iranian interference in the region, noting that “the Iranians have violated Iraq after the absence of a real power.”
Hussein was born in 1967 and is the late leader’s eldest daughter. She left Iraq for Jordan in 2003 following the US invasion.
She helped organize her father’s legal defense during the trial that led to his execution.