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... conquering many areas in Asia as well as Europe. Because of trade Baghdad has become quite large in the Middle East. I notice the people of Baghdad are trading textiles, leather, and paper with these oncoming merchants. We are lucky the invention of the caravan came out, it is much easier to carry goods from place to place. I can see some of the Mongol soldiers ...
... the slum a man jumped out of the shadows. He was a dirty man with a strange and unshaven face. He had a book in his hands and his face was a unnaturally pale color. "Could this be on of the famed white" i thought. At first i thought that he was planning on robbing me because of the precious materials i was carrying, but when he started talking, his voice was as smooth as butter. He did not ask me for anything. ...
... The communal dining area is pleasant and the food plentiful and “home cooked”, not quite as mum did it perhaps but pretty good. There is a small bar manned by volunteers on a part and erratic time basis, a TV room, a swimming pool without water in the middle of a barren sand block behind the camp and, around the corner, in a permitted zone, there is a Lucky Store where, if you are really lucky, you may find whatever little household chattel it ...
... once led the world in power and culture.
Iraq's golden period is 2500 years past. Iraqis have not forgotten that heritage. The pride is immediate with Iraqis about the profound circumstances and personalities that have led their country.
Saddam was a badass for many reasons – evil, greedy, maniacal, and tasteless. But he assumed the position of the strong leader with whom Iraqis associate their ...
... and an ice cream parlour which is world famous.
There is no MacDonalds here which shows how deep the American sanctions are biting. It’s only a matter of time before the Syrians realise that supporting ...