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Amputees of Shat al-arab| 26mins
Director: Mahdi Zahid | Producer: iraqia tv
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: Iraq
Subject Tags: conflict, health, human rights, iraq, livelihood, middle east, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The documentary presents a number of testimonies from one of the worst eras of crimes against Earth and humanity in Iraq. The continuing wars have left millions of mines and war remnants in the ground, especially in the Shatt al-Arab district in Basra province. The inhabitants continue to suffer from mine explosions as they are forced to venture into the land to make a living. The film bravely discuss the social and humanitarian consequences that keep growing day after day.

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