I Was Saddam's Son Original Book, (which was made into a feature film Under the title The Devil's Double. Book 1) eBook: Latif Yahia: musicmarkup.info: Kindle. The author, who bore a remarkable resemblance to Saddam Hussein's oldest son, Uday, was pulled out of the front lines during the Iran-Iraq War and. of the same name. 1) eBook: Latif Yahia: musicmarkup.info: Kindle-Shop. Ich war Saddams Sohn (German Edition): I Was Saddam's Son (German Edition. Ich war .
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Ich war Saddams Sohn: I Was Saddam's Son (3) - Kindle edition by Latif Yahia. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Editorial Reviews. Review. A note from the Author This book was written in , originally it .. Lesson on just how evil Saddam and his sons really were. The Devil's Double, As Seen on 60 Minutes A Shocking Eye Witness Account By The Man Who Was Forced to Serve As The Double of Saddam Hussein's Son.
Zeebra Books As the tabloid-style title suggests, this book is filled with the sort of sensational details that draw readers despite their better instincts. Thanks to an uncanny physical resemblance and an impeccable record as an Iraqi citizen and military officer, Yahia was forced to serve nearly four years as fidai body double to Uday Hussein, Saddam Hussein's reputedly violent son and heir. As an insider, Yahia was eyewitness to the regime's brutality. The authors provide accounts of palace life during the Iran-Iraq and Gulf wars, but they never lose sight of what really fuels their book: blood. Yahia chronicles the endless stream of tortures, rapes and murders he claims the Hussein clan thrives on.
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Camille donned a baggy dress and pulled her hair into a severe pony tail. At Uday's palace, the car doors were opened by men in western suits with pistols tucked into their waistbands. The entry was equipped with x-ray machines and a vault-like passage where the second door opened only after the first was locked. The visitors arrived in a large, black marble room with plate glass windows overlooking the Tigris, where they were greeted by Uday's aunt, her French husband and their adolescent daughter.
The guests were served a meal worthy of the Thousand and One Nights, Camille says. But the one thing she wanted - a glass of water - never materialised. She does not drink and watched as the other young women downed bottles of wine. Around 1 a. Camille said, "No thank you. I'll go back on a flying carpet. The night dragged on, with Uday caressing his young cousin; the girl boasted to Camille that he had promised her a necklace "if she was good".
The child's French father seemed very frightened. You must do whatever he asks," he told Camille. Two voluptuous dancers were brought in.
At some point Uday announced, "Now you will dance for me," and everyone danced. While we were dancing, he took out a pistol and fired three shots in the air. He said, 'Don't worry, it's a tradition in honour of my father'.
In an anteroom, she found Uday's aunt, his bodyguard, the French group leader and the woman. We can't tell him things aren't done like that in France. It's an honour for you'.