I think I love an Iraqi!  

rm_Rico0825 56M
319 posts
5/26/2005 3:12 pm

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I think I love an Iraqi!


I am a maintenance director at a national hotel string that I can't name.

We are in the area of two military bases. One a major air base and the other an Army training facility.

With that, the bread and butter of our business is military long term stay over's. Some super long term stays is a group of Iraqi's.

There is about twenty guys and six women. I always took caution when doing any work in the Iraqi females rooms. I concerned abouttheir very conservative culture.

Oneday I got a complaint from one of these women. I went directly to her room to check out the problem. When I arrived I asked the women what the problem was. She explained in her sweet broken English voice that the guy wouldn't listen to her about other problems with the room. I explained to her that my guy should have been more respectful and at least notified me of problem.

I told her I would do the repairs personally and immediately. When I returned with my tools I was surprised to hear the sound of Creed on her little stereo. Mind you it's about 11:00AM, when I watched this gal get a bottle of Snapps out of her little frig. and starts pouring shots.

I am laying on my back working on her sink as she starts throwing down shots and jamming away on not just creed but also music.

I finished my repair and was receding from the sink on hand and knees when I felt a very hard slap to my ass. I jumped up and this crazy Iraqi gal grabbed my hand and said, "Come on, Dance with Tandi. With the other hand she lifted an offer of a shot. I kept telling her I couldn't, I was working. But I promised her that when our schedules didn't conflict I would love to take her out for some fun.

To make a long story short we eventually met and had a awesome time. We ended the night with the best sex I could ever dream of. Flat out, this chick is freakier than I. So much for bogus cultural impressions. And she swears to me that great majority of Iraqi women are much the same when they aren't forced to love.

She is being trained to be a interrogator for the Iraqi Special Services. She is a tough chick, but at times she melts in my arms with her fears. Fears of going back home. No fears of the bombs, but fears that she will be forced to hide the women that she is and has been. She fears that even with freedom, that freedom won't find the women of Iraq.

Not to pat myself on the back, but she believes that all American men get off on pampering their women. I try to tell her not all men would enjoy doing her toenails, or shaving her legs and brushing her hair. In her accent, she shuts me up and tells me I have nothing to be jealous of.

What scares me is I think we both are falling in love. And the sad reality is someday she will have to go back to Iraq. And being a female interrogator I fear she will not stay alive long. But I never have had more respect for a women in my life. It's like I always tell her, she may be the one that get's the info out of these scumbags to break this whole thing open with the war. Truth be told, peace will never be until Syria and Iran are dealt with.

purejoy4fem 47F/45F
682 posts
5/26/2005 4:28 pm

Syria and Iran will be dealt with, but that is not really your problem. If you love her, follow your heart


rm_indophilist 37M

5/27/2005 9:21 am

A woman posted a blog a few days back on
who are the sexiest (and least sexiest) people in the world
ie what countries have the most sexual hangups and least
sexual hangups. I refrained from judging any Middle Eastern
countries in my comments because your only allowed to see the draconian male standard, which is less than half the story really.
I find Middle Eastern women to be very attractive and browse that
part of the world frequently. One profile I liked (it was either
Saudi, Yemen, Bahrain ... I can't remember) was capped with:
SEEKING FORBIDDEN FRUITS...NO MUSLIM MEN! I believe there is something smoldering under those burqas. The Middle East has
set historical precedents for being the apex of sensuality and
I don't think the somewhat recent regressions will prevail.
One queasy thought: maybe she's cutting loose because she
fears she won't live long. (I wish her the best and commend her
for her bravery)
I say go for it (but be careful).
Here's to your happy ending!


rm_Rico0825 56M
483 posts
5/30/2005 10:20 am

Without a doubt she is enjoying life and cutting loose. But it is not just the fact that she may be killed. She knows when she returns to Iraq, no matter how courageous she is, she will once again be a second class citizen and will have to surpress her true self.

I showed her the ads from the women from Iraq and she insists especially the ones with photos are fake. She says these women are especially courageous or plain stupid and careless.

If they were recognized they would surely be killed. You wouldn't believe the extremes we have to go through to hide our relationship from the Iraqi men. And they are not the islamic extremist.

That is another point that made me feel especially ignorant. She tells me that the amount of strict Islamic followers is not nearly what our written and televised press like us to believe.

She resents American news organizations passionately. Especailly the networks and CNN. As she says there are more children killed on American streets by drive by's and pedophiles everyday than in Iraq but you don't hear our press proclaiming our country is dangerous and out of control.

She knows there is danger, but she also knows there are so many good things going on in her country that are press just flat out refuse to report due to there immoral political bias. She also claims that as the iraqi troops continue to grow and take more and more control, many of these fraudulent and dishonest reporters will be dealt with one by one.

I believe this to be true because when I talk with these Iraqi men and the news come up all you hear is anger and the action of a throat being slit. That is how resentful these people are of our press. And not just American press, but the UK, France, Germany etc.

She also talks often of the invasion days into Syria and Iran. It usually ends into a fight because I can't amagine how we could come up with the troops to handle these invasions when we have our hands full now. But she insists we are spinning our wheels until this is done because both of these countries are in fact the insurgency. And at the very least the staging and storage ground for the insurgency.

All I know is I am going to be heart broken the day she leaves. I am seriously considering trying to get work with a contacter over there and going with her. We have at least 6 months to go so we'll see.


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