Taameem Almaliki

Iraqi refugee living in the US

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Iraqi refugee living in the US and a Project Officer at the Iraq Foundation

Taameem Almaliki on KCRW

For those Iraqis who wanted an end to Saddam Hussein's dictatorship, working with American and British forces was a dangerous assignment.

Is the US Doing Enough for the Iraqis We Left Behind?

For those Iraqis who wanted an end to Saddam Hussein's dictatorship, working with American and British forces was a dangerous assignment.

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