Emal, a town in Iraq has become known as one of the richest and safest cities in Iraq. It is known to the whole world as the safest city in Iraq. For many decades, it has been called a jewel in the Middle East, and the largest city in Iraq. Many people immigrated to Emal and made it their home.
Emal has maintained its status as a hub for international business and commerce for centuries. In the past, the Emal population was evenly distributed throughout the town. Many families immigrated by choosing other census years in which no census was held. The Emal family surname has been found on the USA, UK, Canada, Scotland, and Australia between 1840 and 1920, according to the British Remembrancer.
During World War I (WWI), an American GI, Pvt William Tell was born in Emal to an English mother and an American soldier, Pvt John Sullivan. He was assigned to Company B, 8th Division, 3rd Infantry. Because WWI was a war that took heavy casualties, most of the soldiers in this division were not allowed to leave the area. They were housed in small cottages, called cabins, with no running water and few amenities. Pvt Tell managed to escape to nearby Sirte at the crack of dawn one morning, and eventually reached safety in Falluja, an old Arab trading post.
Pvt Tell was captured and killed while trying to sneak out of a jail. After the war, Lady Lanesa, who was widowed, decided to build an accommodation for the war veterans. She named it “The Redoubt,” after the redoubt that protected the Christian troops at Acre. Among the displaced servicemen, she attracted local Bedouins who provided her with money, food, and the women to help look after her husband, Pvt Tell.
The Haifa postal service is one of the most efficient and reliable in the world. But even so, there are some cases where mail fails to reach its intended destination address. Pvt. Williases sent his bride, Manalal, home on leave of absence. Two weeks later, however, he learned that Lady Lanesa was in a coma in her bed, and was never seen again.
The only feasible solution was for the bride and groom to open an account at their favorite bank in Emal, which would enable them to use their respective PayPal accounts, or debit cards, to pay for their lodging and other necessary expenses while they were abroad. Because they had already established a relationship with the bank manager and his wife, the couple was allowed to open an account in their name. This was the bank’s way of assuring itself that the money transactions through the various bank accounts would be secure. Upon receipt of the funds from the account, the family was able to send the bride and groom a monetary gift.