America is the real life story of an 8 year old Iraq boy named Ali A Sami who was not even born
when America invaded claiming that
it had weapons of mass destruction. But no weapon of that sort ever found
in Iraq Iraq and it was clear
that the war was nothing but a plot to own oil production among other
reasons that were more obvious well before the invasion. Iraq
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The invasion totally paralyzed the entire country killing nearly a million (950,000 civilians) and wounding many more. Damage on
's infrastructure was so severe
than not even thousands of million dollars would be sufficient to
rebuilt same to its original state. More importantly the scars
it left in the minds of Iraq Iraq
people and as a result the resurgence of extremism and ethnic unrest that later
contributed to the problem of ISIS
"A survey published in January 2008, conducted in August and September 2007 by Opinion Research Business, a British polling firm, in conjunction with Iraq’s Independent Institute for Administration and Civil Society Studies found that about 20% of households surveyed had lost at least one member, and estimated that 1.03 million people had died in the war with a 95% certainty for a number of deaths between 946,000 and 1.12 million. Same report further suggested, More than 4 million Iraqis have been displaced since 2003, including almost 2 million children.
This video of a small kid that is going viral on internet talks in depth of how their perfect world of existence shattered by the Amrican invasion of Iraq and their hope for a good future disappearing from the horizon of life .
He explains in details the horrors of the American invasion, the life of modern
's and the
emotional and financial damage occured due to the war. Specially the pathetic
state of Iraq Children who once had a normal everyday life like any other
peaceful nation around the world. Iraq
In this video of "Thank You
Ali explains the future of Iraq Children and believes that every viewer
will get a true picture of what it feels to be a children of a war-torn country. America
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