JORGEThank you, Diane, for having me. I'm a soldier in the army now, 10 years, and I've had several combat tours. You know, from a personal experience, you know, there's families out there being prosecuted by their own people or persecuted by their own people for, you know, not holding the hardcore ideals of the few, you know, within their own countries. And I'd also like to go on, and, you know, I -- personally, I was welcomed openly. Every family that, you know, I met, I was given food, water, you know, anything that they could do to try and help us when we were there. You know, we're looking at the Muslim population as a whole by less than, you know, 1 percent of a semantic, you know, people with their own individual ideals and what the Quran says, you know.