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Truthfully, the sign out front prohibiting us from entering the establishment with any guns or knives should have acted as a clear indication that this was not your typical “lo mein-fortune cookie-free green tea” type of Chinese eatery. ” (with an incredulous look on her face) Us: “Yes, food.” Waitress: “Chinese food? ” Us: “Yes, Chinese food.” She then walked away and returned with a menu, although given her reaction above and the dusty state of the menu, it was quite clear that this Chinese restaurant was not exactly accustomed to serving Chinese food.
And I’m not sure about your friendly neighborhood Chinese restaurants, but the ones I frequented when I was younger and living in the United States, did not require me to be thoroughly frisked by a large, leather jacket-clad man upon walking through the door. ” Us: “Um…yes, Chinese food.” Waitress: “Kurdish food? In fact, we might very well have been the first people to ever request a menu.
So, I listened to what they had to say, and after they were done yelling and screaming about their opinion on things, I asked a simple question, and I got an answer to that simple question, and I got it without hesitation.
While the Islamic State group is losing territory in its self-styled caliphate, it is tightening its grip on the estimated 3,000 women and girls held as sex slaves.Not only were we the only customers, but it was eerily dark inside, with only flashing fairy lights on the walls, which created an atmosphere that more closely resembled a brothel in the backstreets of Mumbai (from what I’ve seen in films of course). We figured one drink would be reasonable before taking off once again in search of some food.Regardless of our observations, we were willing to put this sketchiness aside and concentrate on satisfying our hunger with some Chinese food. Little did we know that the beer Anil ordered would be of the “abnormally large can” variety nor that when I asked for a “whiskey”, I was ordering an actual bottle (albeit a small one) of the stuff and not just one glass.But a flood of new cases submitted by Public Interest Lawyers (PIL) has raised concerns the probe could carry on for years.
In December the Daily Mail revealed how PIL had used an agent in Basra who allegedly cold-called a grieving widow of a dead Iraqi and persuaded her to mount a legal claim against the British Government.
But by May, an IS crackdown reduced those numbers to just 39 in the last six weeks, according to figures provided by the Kurdistan regional government.