An Iraqi imam who is full of imagination, caused an uproar among the Iraqis, he claimed that the Mossad killed Imam Ali, who was the son-in-law of the founder of Islam, the Prophet Muhammad. He claimed that “the owners of the red flags and the Mossad are behind his elimination”
Turmoil and controversy and sarcasm at the same time in Iraq, Kays al-Khazeli A leading imam among the Iraqis, accused Israeli intelligence of killing Imam Ali bin Abi Taleb, who was the son-in-law of the founder of Islam, the Prophet Muhammad, who lived in 670-600.
Many Iraqis spread
A video of Khazeli speaking during a lecture about “Imam Ali”, claiming that “the owners of the red flags (communists) and the Mossad are behind his elimination”.
#قيس_الخزعلي بمحاضرة وسط اتباعه :— sh.j.Al-adhami شامل الأعظمي🇮🇶 (@sh_b_j_a) May 11, 2023
الموساد الاسرائيلي هو من اغتال الامام علي ابن ابي طالب (رض) … pic.twitter.com/WROed11cwF
These statements provoked sarcastic reactions and much ridicule, there were those who reminded anyone that the Mossad and Israel as a whole did not exist at that time. They also mentioned his statements in which he claimed that former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein was of Indian origin.
This is not the first time Khazeli has caused controversy. When he provoked a wave of criticism among Iraqis late last month, when he claimed during the Eid al-Fitr prayer sermon that the genetic analysis (DNA) of Saddam Hussein proved that he was from India.
In 2017, the magazine “Al-Shabaqa”, which is affiliated with the official state media in Iraq, published an investigation on Saddam’s origin, and claimed that a genetic test proved that he belongs to the “L” lineage that spread in South Asia, especially in Pakistan, India, Tajikistan, Baloch Istan, Iran and Afghanistan, and to a lesser extent throughout the Middle East.
However, the study did not state at the time how this result was achieved, nor did it cite a scientific source confirming these claims.