Saddam Hussein donated with 27 liters of blood to write a copy of the Koran

December 11, 2016
Koran mentioned in the present time in a closed basement in Baghdad mosque under strict protection Koran mentioned in the present time in a closed basement in Baghdad mosque under strict protection

Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, a donation of about 27 liters of his blood shortly after the 60th birthday gala, to write a copy of the Koran, a beautiful Arabic script.

Over the past two years, the artist Judy Abbas Shakir al-Baghdadi, use the blood of a dead Iraqi president to write nearly 600 pages of the Koran.

Koran mentioned in the present time in a closed basement in Baghdad mosque under strict protection, after it was in the former Saddam mosque before it is known as the "mother of all battles."

Officials are puzzled as to what they must do to the Koran, one hand is an important artifact, on the other hand, the display may lead to the glorification of supporters of Saddam Hussein, in addition to writing the Koran in this horrific way, "taboo" in the Islamic Sharia.

And even be allowed to visit the cellar, which contains the holy Koran is written in blood, a person must submit an application approved by the Iraqi government committee, dedicated to this purpose.

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