“I could be killed at any moment like any other Iraqi, but I’ll not leave and I’ll live my life. The more I hear of the bombings and killings, the more I want to live here, I don’t want to be one of the people who leaves. I want to stick it out and I’ll not be scared off by these animals.” He added: “Sometimes at night I cry and ask myself, ‘What crime did we Iraqis commit that they kill our people, our women and children in the street? ’. ”
The Times