Bridging the gaps between Iraq and Canada

In 2005, nervous US troops walked the streets of Baghdad by day and insurgents ran amok at night. Abdulrahman Hamid Mohammed Al-Hussaini and his family were living in a particularly dangerous area near the Iraqi capital.

Embassy Photo: Evan Duggan
Abdulrahman Hamid Mohammed Al-Hussaini is a career academic who was trained in economics and computer science.
Evan Duggan
Published: Wednesday, 07/21/2010 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 11/19/2015 1:13 pm EST

In 2005, nervous US troops walked the streets of Baghdad by day and insurgents ran amok at night. Abdulrahman Hamid Mohammed Al-Hussaini and his family were living in a particularly dangerous area near the Iraqi capital.

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