Monitor the daily aspects of Iraqi life after the U.S. withdrawal

Monitor the daily aspects of Iraqi life after the U.S. withdrawal

07/08/2012 08:50

Beirut, 7 August / August (Rn) – After nearly seven months after the U.S. forces leave Iraq, the struggling people of this country in order to build peace and prosperity, and despite the campaign of violence bloody beat him finally, Iraq returned to work on buses layers and works to open resorts within regions. This presentation began newspaper “Washington Post” U.S. report on the situation in Iraq, citing “several aspects surrounding Iraq after U.S. withdrawal.” First, according to the paper is that “the Iraqi army and police have set up hundreds of checkpoints throughout the country has opened the eyes of the security forces If they see something they do not like, pulling the car and investigating the documents. ” and drew the newspaper that “checkpoints are still the dominant feature of life in Iraq, which is everywhere.” Then there is “the spread of some spas, like the compound names in the neighborhood Baghdad’s Mansour, a resort, which opened in January to provide massage services, Jacuzzi, which includes a gym and special treatments such as treatment of fish that are absorbed by the skin of dead or damaged. ” One of these features as well, newspaper pointed to the “bus Iraq’s two-tiered, which rests on Firdous Square, where revealed joyous Iraqis statue high for Saddam Hussein after the invasion led by the United States in 2003. ” the paper quoted a taxi driver named Jabbour Abbas as saying that “the leadership of these buses back to the good old days”, where “Baghdad has a long history of double decker buses Rouge, dating from the British rule in the early twentieth century. ” and move the paper to talk about another image which is “constant fear experienced by the Iraqis, without prejudice to the completion of their work and their projects.” and took the paper from the President of the local government in Fallujah Hamid Ahmed Hashim, an example of this, saying that “live a life surrounded by guns, it is seen to Fallujah seems to him that the region is waiting for a military invasion.” In spite of that, “It seems the people of Fallujah, as if they have forgotten the pain of war and began to build a normal life again, because they want to live in peace.” and presented the paper certificates reflected the hopes of the Iraqis, the appearance of the last reported in the newspaper. It is a space of hope to the mixed feelings, the appearance of another appropriated by the newspaper, a “mixed feelings, where Iraqis in Saddam Hussein’s hometown, and still the latter live in the memory of many of them,” and they “believe that the war led by the United States launched to destroy Iraq as a whole.” The paper talked about religion as an aspect other, where ” holy sites and shrines, which includes thousands of expatriates as well as traders and hawkers. ” The newspaper considered the U.S. that “Karbala and nearby Najaf, two of the most sacred places after Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia, constitute the centers of attraction for pilgrims even under the current circumstances.” from: Khalil Hebron, the Open: Peace Baghdadi

Source: aknews