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He didn't come home

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Post by rocky Mon 17 Jan 2022, 7:01 am

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 Baghdad: Maab Amer

If soldiers were killed in the war, and their features were distorted, and their identities were not inferred, then one of them would be called the unknown soldier, and the nation would honor them by setting up a monument for them. A bleeding wound that does not die.
Iraq is one of the countries in the world with the highest number of missing persons. The ICRC, which works in partnership with the Iraqi government to help retrieve and identify the missing, estimates that the number may range from 2016 to 2020, between 250 thousand and one million people.
Samer, who was not more than 24 years old at the time, went out on the morning of March 5, 2017, and has not returned to his home yet, and his family, relatives and acquaintances do not know anything about him, even after they informed the police stations and the relevant security authorities, but they were unable to do anything but wait.
It is not about people who are subject to disappearance under any circumstances, but the issue is that Iraq is really suffering from the disappearances that affected hundreds of thousands and over the years spanning more than four decades, and there are no palliatives for this pain, not even parallel memories of the unknown soldiers.
The disappearance of thousands of fathers, sons and brothers had many causes in the country, including the repression practiced by the previous regime, through the Iraq-Iran war, then the Kuwait-US war, sectarian and political differences, terrorist bombing incidents, and (ISIS) control of some Iraqi cities and the battles for their liberation, up to October demonstrations.
Almost five years and the suffering of Samer’s family continues, regarding their inability to know whether their son is alive or not, and it is not different from the suffering of (40) years that a family spent searching for their son, the missing soldier Abdul Amir Hajj Jabbar Al-Jadri, who declared the year Al-Madi's remains were found after torrential rains swept him from Iran towards a town in the southern province of Maysan, as well as the case of the disappeared.
forcibly.
On the day of the fateful accident, Samer was unable to wake up his mother to prepare breakfast for him as usual, because she was ill. He left his house and headed to work in the Al-Sinak area, where his father, who specializes in selling spare parts for cars, sat inside while inspecting the place and rearranging his tools, minutes A group of masked gunmen, wearing military uniforms, broke into the shop and broke everything in it, then took it to a destination that is still unknown.
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