Appeals to Help Iraqi Refugees in Jordan

Widow Needs Pacemaker

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Widow Needs Pacemaker (2)

This woman came to Jordan for treatment with her husband. When they went back to Iraq, they found a threatening letter at their home. Militia placed a bomb under the husband’s car, and he was killed in the explosion.

She returned to Jordan and lives without family.

She receives no support from UNHCR. She is elderly and has high blood pressure and diabetes. She has pleural effusion. She has already had one had heart operation. She needs a pacemaker for her heart. The procedure is expensive and she cannot afford it. She lives with one other women and they pay the rent together.

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Written by Ayman Fadel

March 9, 2013 at 16:50

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Tortured in Iraq, Suffering in Jordan

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Tortured in Iraq, Suffering in Jordan

In 2005, militia imprisoned this man for ten days because he used to live in government house. After some time passed, the militia detained him and his sixteen-year old son. After three weeks, during which militia members tortured the father, the militia put them in the back of a car and released them.

The father fled with his four children to Jordan. There, a fire destroyed their kitchen and destroyed everything therein. The owner told him that he needs to fix everything by himself. This Iraqi refugee does not have enough money to repair the damage and replace the appliances.

Written by Ayman Fadel

March 9, 2013 at 16:25

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On the Run After Working for USA Military Contractor

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On the Run after Working for USA Military Contractor

A husband with a wife and two children worked with a contractor for the USA military in Baghdad. Militia threatened him. Three times, he changed addresses. Last time, he got threatened in Dora. One morning, he went out for work, and the militia vandalized his wall with graffiti identifying him as a spy.

They then came to Jordan. A grandfather was with them, but he died of cancer. The father suffered a heart attack in Jordan. His wife is sick with diabetes and needs special, expensive treatment which costs 41 JD monthly. Because it is special medicine, she gets no indemnity.

This is a picture of their living room.

Written by Ayman Fadel

March 9, 2013 at 16:11

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Kadhim Was Targeted Because He Worked for the American Army

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Kadhim Was Targeted Because He Worked for the American Army

Kadhim was working with the American army, therefore he was threatened.

One of his sons had a kidney operation, but it was not successful.

Kadhim, his wife and their two sons, 5- and 6-year old, receive 195 JD monthly as cash assistance.

This is a picture of their living area.

Written by Ayman Fadel

January 30, 2013 at 23:10

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Refugees in Syria, Refugees in Jordan

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Refugees in Syria, Refugees in Jordan

Sami Basheer, his wife, his mother, his five sisters and his 4 children fled Iraq to Syria.

In Syria, an explosion injured Sami’s wife and and one of his daughters. The daughter lost her leg in the explosion.

The increasing violence in Syria drove them to flee to Jordan. Tragically, his five-year old daughter was refused entry into Jordan because she had a Syrian passport. Thus she remains in Syria.

Sami receives no cash assistance from the United Nations.

Sami and his family live in a miserable house. Its iron ceiling leaks. They have only two rooms. They are in great hardship. To top it all off, Sami is now very sick.

Written by Ayman Fadel

January 30, 2013 at 22:57

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Widow Flees Family and Militia

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Widow Flees Family and Militia

Ula married a Christian man despite her family’s disapproval. Her husband disappeared in 2010.

Her family confined her to the family home. She remained there until her cousin helped her flee to Jordan.

She has severe emotional problems, asthma and a slipped disk.

Her 5-year old son and 2-year old daughter are with her in Amman. The daughter suffers from severe illness as well.

Ula receives no cash assistance.

This is their living area.

Written by Ayman Fadel

January 30, 2013 at 22:37

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A Violent Kidnapping Has Left Warda Traumatized

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A Violent Kidnapping Has Left Warda Traumatized

Warda’s husband was a tribal leader. He was kidnapped in February 2012. Since that time, she does not know where he is. During the kidnapping, one of the attackers struck her leg with a gun and broke it.

Militia also stole her car.

Warda has pain in her neck, and she cannot breathe easily. She and her nine-year old son are traumatized by the violence they experienced.

Here is a picture of their kitchen, and here is a picture of their living room.

Written by Ayman Fadel

January 30, 2013 at 22:24

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