07/01/2017

The wounded fighter Mohamad Naeem Kashkool: "I am proud of my wound that reminds me the wounds of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him)"

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He went to fight and defend his country, religion and sanctities, carrying his faith as shield and weapon to join the popular mobilization since the first day of the Fatwa of the sacred defence, he fought in many areas of the Iraqi usurped territories, as he volunteered on behalf of his married four brothers, and has decided to join the Jihad, determined to sacrifice all he has for the homeland. But after eight months of fight he was exposed along with other fighters to a car bomb in one of the areas of Salahuddin, leading to the loss of both his eyes and his left hand and other injuries and wounds.

The fighter Mohamad Naeem Kashkool is twenty four years old, from the Sadr City area in Baghdad, he came to the shrine of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him) in order to proudly stand with his honour badge that he got while defending his homeland and religion, as he is having the honour to have a wound like the wound of the Master the Moon of Bani Hashim (peace be upon him).

Al-Kafeel Network was impressed by his strength and steadfastness to tell us his heroism story to write it along with his sacrifice and redemption, and through the interview he told us briefly: "I have joined the board of the popular mobilization since the early days of the fatwa of the sacred defence launched by the Supreme religious authority Sayed Ali Al-Sistani, in order to fight along my brothers the sons of this country, after obtaining the consent and blessing of my father, mother and four married brothers, and I was determined for sacrifice and redemption, hoping to realize the victory with the heroes and achieving the martyrdom for the sake of the religion, the homeland and the sanctities.

I fought for days and nights along with the fighters from all over Iraq and of all ages, some of them are younger than me while others are elder, we shared the munition with each other and we have liberated many lands, some of my colleagues were martyred and I wish I could be one of them, but my fate was that I get injured in the area of Wadi in Tikrit after that we were exposed to a car bomb while fighting the enemy at night. I was evacuated to one of the hospitals and after waking up I was informed that I have lost completely both my eyes and my left hand.

I do not deny that the injury was painful for me and for all my family, relatives and friends, but what made me strong is that it reminds me the wounds of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him), which is a great honour for me, and today I stand in front of him to present him this sacrifice as redemption for him and for the religion and this country, and I hope the soon victory for our beloved Iraq and the safe return of all the heroes from the battlefields.
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