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  • Description:  Zaman Mohammed (12 years old) looks through a torn blanket that has replaced the door that used to be here before looting of Al Rahma Center for Abandon Street Children. Along with many other citizens of Iraq, children at the Al Rahma Orphanage too paid a heavy toll for coalition attack on Iraq. Zaman, along with many other girls, ran away from the orphanage after it was attacked by looters just after the war broke out. She took refuge in the streets near the Palestine Hotel in the downtown Baghdad. She spent many days in the streets and survived by begging. When she found out that orphanage is up and running again, she returned. However, now she regrets her decision as it is in the control of Hauza, the religious seminary. They are very strict and beside other restrictions, also force children to wear Hijab (a piece of cloth to cover head and hair).
  • Credits:  Shehzad Noorani/Majority World
  • Keywords:  abduction., arabs, child abuse, childrenÕs right, girl child, institutionalization, institutionalized, institutions, middle east, ngo, orphanages, portraits, poverty, religion, shehzad noorani, street children, wars
  • Added:  Aug 21, 2016
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  • Filename:  MWC009774.jpg
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  • Pixels:  2000x3008
  • Filesize:  4.16MB
  • Photographer:  Shehzad Noorani
  • Owner:  Shehzad Noorani
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  • Description: Zaman Mohammed (12 years old) looks through a torn blanket that has replaced the door that used to be here before looting of Al Rahma Center for Abandon Street Children. Along with many other citizens of Iraq, children at the Al Rahma Orphanage too paid a heavy toll for coalition attack on Iraq. Zaman, along with many other girls, ran away from the orphanage after it was attacked by looters just after the war broke out. She took refuge in the streets near the Palestine Hotel in the downtown Baghdad. She spent many days in the streets and survived by begging. When she found out that orphanage is up and running again, she returned. However, now she regrets her decision as it is in the control of Hauza, the religious seminary. They are very strict and beside other restrictions, also force children to wear Hijab (a piece of cloth to cover head and hair).
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  • Author: Shehzad Noorani
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  • Image Description: Zaman Mohammed (12 years old) looks through a torn blanket that has replaced the door that used to be here before looting of Al Rahma Center for Abandon Street Children. Along with many other citizens of Iraq, children at the Al Rahma Orphanage too paid a
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