posted on Feb, 7 2007 @ 08:40 PM
A Danish soldier died in Iraq. His family got a letter from the Danish minister of defence, saying that they are sorry about the loss, and so on. But
they said that their son didn't die as a result of Denmark being at war. Because Denmark isn't at war, they are there for peacekeeping purposes. So
they will not get compensated the loss of their son from the Danish army.
The insurance company on the other hand told them that there is a war going on in Iraq. So they would not get money from the insurance company either,
because their son died in an act of war.
So, there you go. Because there seems to be some confusion regarding whether Denmark is in a state of war or not, the families won't get compensated
their loss from neither the Army nor the insurance companies. Expect this war to become ever more popular in Denmark soon...