IBTimes, 28 December 2015

Clive Smith is a war hero who lost both his legs in an improvised explosive device (IED) explosion in Afghanistan. Sadly, he is now forced to remortgage his home to raise enough funds to pay for a reconstructive surgery in Australia.

In Australia, he will be operated upon by doctor Munjed Al Muderis – a refugee from Iraq – who felt that he was indebted to soldiers like Smith who have fought to rid the world of terrorism. In a statement, Al Muderis said: "These young British soldiers were sent to help Iraq and Afghanistan stand on their own two feet and were met with terrorism. I feel ashamed of that. The very least I can do is say sorry by helping them get their mobility back."

Full Article: Afghanistan war hero remortgages home to undergo reconstructive surgery in Australia

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