A few questions come to my mind while reading the article.
haven for at least 300,000 Iraqis who over the past 15 years have fled their country's wars, repression and economic hardships. Now, with a military conflict intensifying, many feel a patriotic urge to go home.
So these patriots flee their country to live a better life in another country, but now, as the coalition fights to free them for a better life in their own country, they get the courage to return and fight against the very ones who are risking,and giving, their lives for them?
"I'm ready to become a martyr to keep the Americans out."
His wish, will no doubt be granted.
Jordan has kept its borders open for civilians who have wanted to leave Iraq. As of Tuesday, few refugees had appeared on the border.
300,000 have left over 15 years, fleeing the dictator, but few are now crossing the border? One of those HMMMMMMMMs.
The vast majority of their passengers are men of fighting age who have traveled with only a few personal items, they said........................
The 50 males aboard a packed Greyhound-size bus Tuesday that left downtown Amman
Greyhound-size bus? PACKED by 50 males?
In the Iraqi community in Jordan, pressure to return and fight is strong
Could it be that their families in Iraq are being threatened with death, torture and mutilation if they do not return to fight for the dictator?