It is not three things that usually hang together, but it makes for Najah Al-Shammari.
It took Swedish-irakeren ‘Alex’ out of earlier in the year, he explains in an interview with Aftonbladet, where he is anonymous.
He namely suddenly Najah Al-Shammari in the television being presented as the minister of defence and thought, ‘him I have seen before.’
"I had seen him before, but I couldn't believe that it was the same person. It is pretty scary. How did he come to Sweden? The basis on which he got a residence permit?" said 'Alex'.
the Story of Najah Al-Shammari is, in fact, that he applied for a residence permit in Sweden in 2009 and ended up being a Swedish citizen in 2015.
The Toni Eriksson, press Onwin secretary to Sweden's defence minister Peter Hultqvist has confirmed to the SVT.
While he was in Sweden, he was allegedly too sick to work. He was therefore on sick leave, because he claimed to have severe memory problems.
most of The time was instead used to apply for public benefits from the Swedish state, and according to several Swedish media, he is still suspected of having received public benefits to which he was not entitled to.
According to the Aftonbladet has Najah Al-Shammari worked closely with the dictator Saddam Hussein, who was sentenced to death and executed in 2006.
Now is Najah Al-Shammari as responsible for Iraq's armed forces as minister of defense, and the situation is tense because of the demonstrations.
According to the AFP are 330 people have been killed in Iraq since the demonstrations started in the beginning of October. Among them are the protesters the majority.Date Of Update: 25 November 2019, 11:00