IRAQ INTERVIEW: “I’m Going To Tell My Daughter Everything I Saw”

Sarmad was born in 1983 during the Iraq/Iran war, turned 9

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when viagra cialis for sale Iraq invaded Kuwait, grew up under sanctions and spent his early adulthood under the US-led occupation. He has known nothing but war, recovering from war and preparing for war. Yet, he is hopeful enough to bring a new little girl into this world. Darrin was born in January. I asked him about generic cialis coupons his dreams for her future in this touching 5-minute interview. Click here to hear Sarmad’s interview. Takes a while to download! [A note about these interviews: It’s a minor miracle we get any spike drink with viagra interviewing done while calling between a Third World country (Mexico, where my internet is intermittent) and a former war zone (where everything from cellphones to the internet dies regularly). The abrupt endings are because the call got dropped and I edited out my “Can you hear me now”s!] I’m going to tell her everything I saw. Everything. The war. You know, I lost my father in the war with Iran when I was just 1 year old. My little sister was 6 months, and my mother was still pregnant. I don’t remember my father. phentermine canadian cialis and high blood pressure pharmacy Then after that the Iraq invasion of Kuwait. All non prescription viagra Iraqis live difficult canadian pharmacy do you need a prescription lives. Wars and troops and tanks. Everything. Everything. Something very important, very dangerous, all these wars affect the environment. When you shoot those ions, that uranium, it affects children, agriculture and humans. So dangerous. Iraq is still dangerous. I am afraid… generic viagra cheap 5mg cialis daily I wish everything is going to be better…. I cannot see my daughter dying. I cannot see [her have a] difficult life just like mine. Please leave your comments for Sarmad below…

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  1. Hi Sarmad,
    Thank you for sharing your thoughts about your life and your hopes for your daughter. We all want a better world–one without war and death– for our children. Your story is important because it reaffirms that we are all human beings with the same needs and desires and dreams.
    I wish you the best,