Samira Shahbandar
Saddam Huaaein's wife
Samira Shahbandar
Samira Shahbandar was allegedly Saddam Hussein's second wife. She is allegedly the mother of his alleged third son, Ali, though his existence was never confirmed and members of Saddam's family claim that Ali is actually his grandson.
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  • 1988
    In October 1988, at a party thrown in the honor of Suzanne Mubarak, the wife of then-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Uday beat and stabbed Gegeo to death (some say at the request of his mother), bludgeoning Gegeo repeatedly in front of horrified guests.
    More Details Hide Details Saddam declared that Uday would go to trial for murder. The parents of Gegeo (and Sajida herself) begged that Uday be pardoned. Uday was pardoned and banished temporarily to Switzerland. Her character was featured heavily in the plot of BBC adaptation House of Saddam and was played by Australian actress Christine Stephen-Daly.
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