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In a cable leaked by Wikileaks last September, Ramon Negron – director of the U. regional embassy in Basra – reported that “the black community suffers disproportionately under the government’s patronage- based political system”, adding that “they would easily have enough votes to win at least one seat in Basra’s Provincial Council.”Many Iraqi blacks make a living as musicians.A wedding in Basra is never complete without drummers called in from Zubeir district.- “Before being deployed to Iraq I never thought I’d come across people who physically resemble my friends and family back in Buffalo,” says U. marines sergeant William Collins on a rare patrol around Basra’s Zubeir district.The American marine arrived four months ago in Iraq’s second largest city.Listed are some things that modern Iraqi women seek in a man.Beautiful Iraqi women conclusion: All in all, Iraq is making a slow progress towards women and their rights to be feminine.Her family rejected her, that’s not uncommon here.”While many call the Afro-Arabs “abd”, they still call the local Arabs “free men”.Among the latter, there are all sorts of views on discrimination.
Despite Basra hosting Iraq’s most significant black community, none of us was elected. ” Salman has no doubts that the vote was “blatantly rigged”.
But now they are asking for recognition as a national minority, something that would grant them a seat quota in Parliament.
But the unpaved road ahead seems to be endless, going by the eloquent figures provided by the 50-year- old activist.“There are around 1.5 million of us in Iraq but none of us occupies any position in the Iraqi administration.
Wafa Majid volunteers there as director of the women affairs section at the community meeting centre.
The place was established at the beginning of this year and today it hosts computing and sewing workshops, as well as a reading and writing centre in order to tackle the high illiteracy rate – well over 90 percent among the local black women, according to local NGOs.“It’s not easy to be black and a female in Iraq but we cannot just sit down and watch our husbands play bongos,” says Majid.
“The black people have always been fully integrated in our community,” says resident Said Al Mehdi.