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- September 15, 2015
It was hardly six weeks ago that Walid announced he’d finally saved enough at his part time construction job in Lebanon to pay the smuggler’s fee. After two years of wearily waiting for conditions to improve in his homeland, it was time to move on.
Voices of Iraq
- AbdulAmeer Alwan, Iraq2
Kerbala street in my hometown, 2000 (charcoal)
Palm Grove, south Iraq (watercolor)
- Kayhan Kalhor
- Kalhor, Iranian musician, impresario of kamancheh, speaks with Tahrir about his work and life between Brooklyn, India and Iran.
With interludes from his CD Crossing The Silk Road. Sample Kamancheh virtuoso Kalhor interview excerpt 9:30
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It always seems impossible, until it is done.
- a poem.. a song..
- Hacked By Mido Jo
Etel Adnan reading from 'The Indian Never Had A Horse' Flash
Abdal Hayy Moore reads from 'Ramadan Sonnets'
- Book review
- Khaled Hosseini's
And The Mountains Echoed
reviewed by BN Aziz.
- Tahrir Team
- Read about Saadia Aslam in the team page.