Athab Jabbar, 70, stands in front of the shia Muslim mosque he built in the Meshtal district of Baghdad. Obtaining gun licenses for his guards has been delayed until the new government is formed.
Athab Jabbar, 70, stands in front of the shia Muslim mosque he built in the Meshtal district of Baghdad. Obtaining gun licenses for his guards has been delayed until the new government is formed. Hannah Allam / MCT
Athab Jabbar, 70, stands in front of the shia Muslim mosque he built in the Meshtal district of Baghdad. Obtaining gun licenses for his guards has been delayed until the new government is formed. Hannah Allam / MCT

Waiting for a new government, ordinary Iraqis suffer

May 27, 2010 3:19 PM

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