The unfortunate father from Iraq left his family to leave the market before the blast and then there was an explosion, which affected his wife and son and both were separated from him forever.
Emad Javed left his wife and son in a Baghdad market at 5:30 pm to shop for Eid al-Adha. Little did he know that he would never see his wife and child alive again.
Emad left his wife and son at the market around 5:30 pm, just half an hour later, a suicide bomber entered, blew himself up.
A day earlier, citizens and women were shopping in a Baghdad market on the occasion of Eid al-Adha when a powerful explosion ripped through, killing 36 people, including a four-month-old baby.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has claimed responsibility for the blast. One day earlier, a bomb had exploded at one of Baghdad’s busiest markets.
One day before Eid al-Adha, where the atmosphere in Iraq is mournful, the father is among them, whose family was devastated.
“I left the market with my 25-year-old wife and eight-month-old son Kayan. God knows they were innocent, they didn’t do anything wrong, the gap created by their departure is not filled,” Emad said. Can do
Emad is also among those who received the bodies of their loved ones. “This day has changed my whole life,” the victim’s father said after receiving the bodies of his wife and son.
“I heard the explosion and rushed to the market and tried to find them both, then went to the morgue where I saw Kayan’s blood on the employee’s hand, he didn’t even know my baby’s name,” he said. I also saw my wife’s body.
A large number of locals attended the funeral of the mother and son, who were seen together in emotional scenes, while Kayan’s brother Ali was in critical condition.