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An Average Iraqi

An Average Iraqi is just a fictional character whose....well, fictional. I will use this character to make a comparison between him and real human beings like myself or any one else.

Name:Hassan
Location:Baghdad, Iraq

My name is Hassan Kharrufa. I am a 20 year old Iraqi student. I study civil engineering at the Department of Building and Construction at Al-Jami3a Al-Taknologia (The Tecknology Univirsity), Baghdad, Iraq.

Iraqi Bloggers BiographyUpdated November 11

Sunday, February 27, 2005

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  A couple of days ago, a couple of terror gangs were caught in Mosul, one of them was named "The liberation Army", but I can't remeber the name of the other one. However those terrorists seem all to have been recruited by Syrian Intelligence for cash, they were transferred to Syria were they received training on different handy works. They were being paid dearly and some of them were promoted to what they call a prince if he slaughters more than 10 persons, and his pay is increased respectfully. They did many horrible things for small amounts of cash even so. The Iraqia TV channel showed the whole thing, but it doesn't have an internet site so I couldn't find any links to this story.


  All of them started fighting Americans at first and then turned to other jobs like kidnapping. They knew the people that worked with them but they knew their contacts to Syrian intelligence only by figure, so they are untrace-able. The interrogating officer got pretty mad at them at the end of the interrogation, I don't blame him. That's what an average Iraqi would have done.


  Next on the blog news: Cile (Xer-Files) has started blogging recently, pass him by and say Hi. He says he started blogging because of me, I say I started blogging because of Najma (A Star from Mosul) and so the show goes on, lets see who is going to start blogging because of Cile.

3 Comments:

Blogger ac blue eagle said...

Thanks, I like to hear what is going on in Iraq from an Iraqi.
Good luck. I think your country will one day be a great country.

10:45 PM  
Blogger skydvejam said...

Well I hope I can do something to help you and your people I am a us soldier that is heading to your country on the 15th of Mar this year (2005) and look forward to hopefuly learning more about your culture and people while I am there. I know it is just a minority that is causing all of the issues there.

6:15 PM  
Blogger Hassan said...

Yeah, I know that there is a another draft coming soon, let's hope they will make the difference.

6:46 PM  

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