"My grandad and Aunt live in Northern Iraq - I get very worred about them now the war has started.
"If they get killed, if they get bombed, anything could happen now the war has started, there could be a raid on their city.
"It is very scary. I don't know what's happening to them because I don't talk to them.
"I don't concentrate on school as much because I'm concentrating on petitions, assemblies, and things like that. It has changed my life.
"It's very hard to picture Iraq from what you see on TV because a lot of what you see is desert, trenches and war.
My country is being bombed
"Iraq is actually a really beautiful country with a lot of
nature, history and beautiful cities
"It's Iraq, it's my country. I feel terrible that it is getting bombed and there are people that are going to get hurt, that are going to die.
"When a bomb drops you think: 'is it a family, is it a mother, a father, a child?'"
Kanar, 14, London