ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - All the talk about a possible military strike in Syria has people in New Mexico very concerned, especially folks with family and friends there.
KRQE News 13 spoke with a man who says the events in Syria make him very nervous, not only for his cousin who lives there, but also for the safety of innocent people worldwide.
Haytham Khalil owns Sahara, a middle eastern restaurant on Central Avenue near UNM.
Khalil says he and his customers are glued to the news to get constant updates about what's going on in the Middle East.
He says he has a second cousin who lives in Syria and fears for the safety of everyone there.
“And now more worry that something bad will happen. I just want peace on this earth, that's our main concern," Khalil said.
Khalil says he does not know what to expect, but for now he and his customers give each other comfort.
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