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In America, I believed, no one was discriminated against because of their thoughts or ideas. And the women – like Laura in Remington Steele – were strong, as strong as American men, not like in Iraq, where women are always the shadow of a man.
Most important to me, though, was that in America and all the Western world, people like me – people with scoliosis, or amputees, blind and deaf people, those with a stutter, people in wheelchairs – are treated well. In Iraq, they are …