It is a real story. It is the life of a Kurdish man (Saimon Hassan Ali) who suffered discrimination and unfair treatment in his life due to his ethnicity and his political beliefs. Saimon Hassan Ali has now been living in the UK for nearly two years as an asylum seeker. All his supports have been terminated by the Home Office for about a year and a half because his application for asylum was turned down. During this period of time he has not been employed. This book shows how Saddam Hussain and his regime with his oppressive apparatus persecuted and harassed his own people. Under that rule so many people were compelled to leave their home and become refugees in other countries. Also this book shows how Saimon Hassan Ali spent most of his sad life under the rule of that regime. Saimon wrote this story which took fifteen months and Mr. Oilshad, who lives in Birkenhead town, near to Liverpool, UK helped him a lot. He took the responsibility of writing it in Kurdish, arranging it and doing all the management for translation, printing and publication. Mr. Oilshad was originally from Kurdistan and has lived in the UK for about five years. Mr. Jamal and Mr. Ako both translated this book from Kurdish to English. Mr. Oilshad made all the arrangements for printing and publishing this book with the Milton Keynes Print Company which is close to London.. Mr. Oilshad worked very hard and it has made him very tired. Therefore at the end I have to thank him and all the others who helped very much. Thanks again!