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U.S. Embassy Complex in Iraq

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Submitted by Lynn (United States), Apr 18, 2008 at 14:06

I think that the American Iraqi and other people who will live and work inside the embassy gronds deserve to have a place that is as strong and secure as possible to protect them from the radical islamic terrorists who will plot and plan night and day to destroy them. I am very sad for the brave Iraqi people who, as we speak, are being murdered by those who do not want them to be free, upright, and prosperous. I hope the green zone becomes as big as Iraq. God bless our brave soldiers.

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