Soad, wife and mother
I was in the bedroom with my husband. It was night and we were asleep when a rocket hit. I was unconscious and when I awoke I was widowed.
I was hurt in my back and I don’t know what happened next. People came to the house and they put me in an ambulance. I have seven children living here and two of my children were also injured by pieces of the rocket, though not badly. My house was damaged
The bedroom is fixed now, but my back is still badly hurt and I have scars. Thanks to God I am still alive, but there is nothing that can bring back my husband. My husband has died. I don’t know how we will survive.
My neighbors have helped us get by but we do not have any income. I wish to receive some compensation, some means to live.
Mostly, I want to tell the NTC, tell NATO to please protect us. Protect the people. We have children. All of us here are civilians.
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