Iraq's abandoned children

There are now more than one million orphans in the country, many living on the streets.

there are just four small orphanages in the capital, Baghdad - none of them filled to capacity.

The Iraqi government says that relatives would rather abandon children they are unable to take care of than bear the shame of bringing them to an orphanage. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Dwight Rousu - May 10, 2011 - 3:25 AM PDT
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Warrior Wheatman
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by Warrior Wheatman - May. 25, 2011

Caution: This is a tear-jerker; a vidio. But it could use a lot more substantiation on why unfilled orphaniches are left unfilled .. and why the religeous don't seem bothered.

The values of the Republican and Tea party seem to fit very well in Bagdad.

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