Mohammed's Journey: A Refugee Diary

Mohammed's Journey: A Refugee Diary

AnthonyRobinson June Allan Annemarie Young / Jun 02, 2020

Mohammed s Journey A Refugee Diary Mohammed was born in in Kirkuk the Kurdish part of Iraq In October Saddam Hussein s soldiers came to his house beat him and his mother and took his father away Mohammed never saw his fath

  • Title: Mohammed's Journey: A Refugee Diary
  • Author: AnthonyRobinson June Allan Annemarie Young
  • ISBN: 9781845076535
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mohammed was born in 1994 in Kirkuk the Kurdish part of Iraq In October 2000, Saddam Hussein s soldiers came to his house, beat him and his mother, and took his father away Mohammed never saw his father again This book tells the story of Mohammed and his mother, from the escape from Iraq by bus, on horseback, in a boat, and on a lorry, through Iran and Turkey, to EnglMohammed was born in 1994 in Kirkuk the Kurdish part of Iraq In October 2000, Saddam Hussein s soldiers came to his house, beat him and his mother, and took his father away Mohammed never saw his father again This book tells the story of Mohammed and his mother, from the escape from Iraq by bus, on horseback, in a boat, and on a lorry, through Iran and Turkey, to England and safety Photographs and illustrations depict these events as Mohammed and his mother talk about their harrowing past and their hopes for the future.

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    About "AnthonyRobinson June Allan Annemarie Young"

      • AnthonyRobinson June Allan Annemarie Young

        Author and teacher Anthony Robinson is keen to give a voice to the voiceless, be they refugees who have fled their own countries, children living normal lives in vastly different cultures, or children living in difficult circumstances He lives in Cambridge, U.K.


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