“Our generation has seen enough,” said Baghdad resident Mustafa Hamza el-Ebadi, 21, who will graduate this spring with a degree in communication and engineering and wants to move to the United States. “When we were kids, there were economic sanctions. When we were teenagers, there were bodies in the street. And now there is no space to live.”
Someone forgot to tell Mustafa that those corpses he saw were actually Freedom Nappers. He should probably also know that the United States will not grant him a visa, since it considers him a terrorism risk.