• ProductionYear: 2008
  • Runtime: 16
  • Topic: None
  • Catalogue Number: 3482

Iraqi Refugees - Ikhlass Story

  • The interview focuses on one Iraqi survivor and her two young daughters. Ihklass recounts the tragic story that detrmined her fate as a refugee, and she speaks out against American occupiers who destroyed her world. This surviving small family continues to seek resettlement in a third country. Please make donations for this project to: <a href="http://iraqistudentproject.org/">IRAQI STUDENT PROJECT</a> and <a href="http://www.collateralrepairproject.org">COLLATERAL REPAIR PROJECT</A>

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