American contractor Waiel El-Maadawy (center), an Army veteran and former Florida sheriff’s deputy, has broken his silence on what happened during 31 days held hostage in Iraq.
American contractor Waiel El-Maadawy (center), an Army veteran and former Florida sheriff’s deputy, has broken his silence on what happened during 31 days held hostage in Iraq. Courtesy of Waiel El-Maadawy
American contractor Waiel El-Maadawy (center), an Army veteran and former Florida sheriff’s deputy, has broken his silence on what happened during 31 days held hostage in Iraq. Courtesy of Waiel El-Maadawy

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