(Not meant to hurt any social, religious and/or political sentiment)
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"I like baseball", says a man.
On this website, Iraq is ranked 6th in regional popularity of baseball around the world.
"I prefer hiking", answers a woman.
In order to hike, you need a navigable route i.e. mountain pass. The
Zagros mountain ranges of Iraq have these in plenty.
"I love persian culture", tells a second man.
The large number of Shia Muslim population means a shared culture with Iran (i.e. Persia).
"It's weird, but I like to slice things up", says another woman.
Due to the large Muslim population, this may refer to slicing of meat
and beef as per Halal conventions.
"As for me, I really enjoy eating in the evening", tells the last man.
This probably refers to iftar
during the Ramadan fast.
"Well, I guess I'm not welcome here, so I'll see myself out."
From the above, it is clear that the above group is that of Shia Muslims
living in Iraq. Now, where might these people be living in? A place in
Iraq where there is local diversity. What better palce than Baghdad
may fit this criteria. The Israeli Jew may feel that the group is unsafe
and leave it on account of March 1950 Denaturalisation Act and 1950–1951 Baghdad bombings, wherein
hundred thousand of Iraqi Jews were targets of a series of bombings in Baghdad.