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This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in IRAQ...
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Hasan (user currently living in IRAQ) posted for gay readers on 24/07/2010 tagged with lgbt families, human rights, sexual orientation, marriage / civil unions, illegality of male to male relationships +0
hi for everyone

I hope the brothers in the United Alenthdp help me to solve issues
like any other case of brothers Iraqis in Iraq and the rest is in fear
and suspicion and anxiety My name is Hassan, 28 years old from
Baghdad, and I work as a journalist, beginning at and I experienced
and a number of areas, and I'm good at English and French, in spite of
the mother tongue Arabic, and I frankly I lived my life in anxiety and
fear that Ekshffine one that I am Gay, and I can not live my life this
very moment that I was young, had been harassed several, although
Tstre what inside of me and my story to this case with a member of the
government in Iraq, it made me live a state of dread and fear of
severe escape from Baghdad and live temporarily in northern Iraq, and
please help me in this matter and I await your response because I
desperately need you and thank you very much with appreciation
& thank you
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