49 thoughts on “IRAQ ROAD TRIP (Soldier Took Me to His Home)

  1. Hadar Berwari says:

    I wish you would stop calling it "IRAQ" it's not Iraq it's Kurdistan and they're (we're) Kurdish… Iraqis are Arabs… I love watching these videos, it shows just how beautiful and kind kurds are..

  2. American Standard says:

    @Indigo Traveller Watching this made me so very happy, I lived with the Peshmerga in Samarra Iraq in 2004 when I was in the military, and on a later deployment in while in Kirkuk we would eat with the PKK guys, they were wonderful people . Everything in this video showed exactly what I experienced with them. Beautiful people. My last tour I had gone to Erbil for a brief period of time and was amazed at the difference from Tikrit to Erbil. I miss the country and the people, I hope to go there again one day. Thank you so much for sharing this video!

  3. Yavor Moskov says:

    My heart goes to the Kurdish nation. I am from Bulgaria and my people were under Ottoman Turkish rule for around 500 years. There is no more precious thing then freedom. We are with you!!

  4. Alb J511 says:

    i UNSCRIBED your channel , because it is KURDISTAN not iraq , when you changed title of video maybe i change my mind and i sub u again. for now GOOD BYE.

  5. Noor Gul says:

    Wooooow…amazing video
    Welcome to kurdistan nick…😍😍
    Ur talk about kutdistan is 100%right ….we need independence and become a country 😍 god willing 🖑🖐

  6. Powert0ThePeople says:

    It's a horrible shame on the USA that Trump abandoned these people in favor of the Turkish after they helped defeat ISIS, every documentary I have seen they are kind loyal and peaceful but not docile and willing to fight against evil with everything they have, the documentaries on the YPG womens army units are really interesting as well I've never seen women fight so equal to men it's like they have an enlightened way of thinking, which surprised me, there is something about the people that feels good. Thanks for the documentary and love from the UK to the Kurds!

  7. DS Rai says:

    Not really a surprise you were the first foreigner in that house, probably town as well. Nice friendly people. Can’t get over how beautiful the region is.

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