The protests against unemployment, corruption and lack of services that rocked Iraq last week have calmed down following numerous reform promises by the Prime Minister. However, many observers believe this is not the end of the protests, given the country's history of broken reform promises.
Captain Harith al-Sudani was part of an Iraqi elite intelligence group called the Falcons — he infiltrated ISIS and was able to prevent many attacks on the country. For bravely defending his country, Capt. al-Sudani paid the ultimate price.