Canada: Federal government tells Canadians to consider leaving Iraq – IOTW Report

Canada: Federal government tells Canadians to consider leaving Iraq

“If I were a Canadian, I would not be travelling anywhere in the Middle East right now, not just in Iran and certainly not in Iraq either, but also to places such as Lebanon, where Hezbollah’s very strong,” he said.

GlobalNews: The federal government is telling Canadians in Iraq to consider leaving the country in the wake of the killing of a top Iranian general.

In updated travel advisories on Friday, the government says the security situation in both Iraq and Iran “could worsen with little warning.”

“There is an increased threat of attacks against Western interests and of terrorist attacks in general.”

The government has been telling Canadians not to travel to Iraq since October, after widespread protests broke out. READ MORE



7 Comments on Canada: Federal government tells Canadians to consider leaving Iraq

  1. One way to stay alive and healthy is to avoid trouble and never trust to luck looking out for you cause it won’t.

  2. @Canucklehead January 4, 2020 at 1:19 pm

    > Who in their right mind would want to go there anyway, eh? No beer, eh. No hockey, eh.

    You can still get donuts & smokes.

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  3. @Canuck,Eh

    Based on the number of Muslims present how is Iraq different from Canada, EH!

    Canada is much colder, less sand dunes and no camels, eh. The goats are only nervous in Alberta, .eh.

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