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Mohammedridha Alaskari

Security Advisor, Nabors Industries

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Why does the security situation in Iraq remain as it is?

We need to focus on the real issues facing the Iraqi Security forces / departments to establish a good security conditions country-wide.

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    Mar 24 2013: anger, rage, fear, a population of people who were segregated for so long now living as one nation ...how do you address this? how to you promote tolerances of another's beliefs? how to do teach compromise? what words or actions can be used to teach unity? I don't know, time, perseverance? How I wish I had a crystal ball to peer into with answers for truly, my heart bleeds for the people of your nation. I continue to pray for all souls
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      Mar 24 2013: Mary,
      I guess by teaching ourselves to love the other inspite of their colour, ethnic, place of birth, we need to look to each other as a human as a partner in this country agree with others to live in peace.. this is only speech but we cannot implement it in the real world scenario.
      Thanks Mary
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        Mar 24 2013: I know Mr. Alaskari and I must apologize.It is so easy to sit where I am typing this and create "a speech" about tolerance...blah,blah,blah.My heart is in the right place But you're right, sadly not real world.

        I do know one thing for sure, keep on trying, again and again. there is an answer out there. I respect and admire your commitment
        thank you for your response.
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          Mar 24 2013: Mary,
          No need to apologize please..
          Believe me there's a lot of Iraqis still trying to implemebt whta you said but they are not matching a half of those whom exposing the violence or equal a half of them at least. Eventhough they will be treated badly. But some of us never give up and keep trying :)

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