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LEATHERHEAD, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 18: Private Chris Herbert, 19, from the Territorial Army 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment shows his injured leg and prosthetic limb to reporters at the Headley Court Rehabilitation Centre  on July 18, 2007 near Leatherhead, England. Private Herbert lost his leg when an imrovised explosive device (IED) hit his patrol in southern Iraq in February 2007. The Headley Court Rehabilitation centre has a new wing bringing an additional 30 beds at a cost of ?1.7 million.   (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
LEATHERHEAD, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 18: Private Chris Herbert, 19, from the Territorial Army 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment shows his injured leg and prosthetic limb to reporters at the Headley Court Rehabilitation Centre  on July 18, 2007 near Leatherhead, England. Private Herbert lost his leg when an imrovised explosive device (IED) hit his patrol in southern Iraq in February 2007. The Headley Court Rehabilitation centre has a new wing bringing an additional 30 beds at a cost of ?1.7 million.   (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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A British soldier took to Facebook to express his frustration that people expected him to be Islamophobic because he lost a leg while serving in Iraq.