Faiza Al-Araji

Iraqi mother, engineer and refugee

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Iraqi mother and civil engineer who moved with her family to Annan, Jordan in 2005. She works with Iraqi refugees and detainees in Jordan, and writes the blog, A Family in Baghdad

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In August, Iraqi authorities said Iran had promised to stem the flow of weapons and ammunition smuggled into Iraq.

Iraq: The Beginnings of Peace?

In August, Iraqi authorities said Iran had promised to stem the flow of weapons and ammunition smuggled into Iraq.

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At the outside of the Iraq invasion, a tidal wave of refugees was predicted.

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