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Amna Suraka Museum - Saddam's torture cells

Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
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Statutes depicting how the Kurds were tortured.
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011
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To enter Amna Suraka, you are guided through a memorial resembling a tunnel of mirrors. Over 5,400 small light bulbs patterned the ceiling and over 182,000 jagged glass pieces were cemented to the walls of the narrow hallway.
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011
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Bullet holes coat the outer walls and the blankets and pillows present at the '91 uprising are still lying on the floor of the inner cells.
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Bullet holes coat the outer walls and the blankets and pillows present at the '91 uprising are still lying on the floor of the inner cells.
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Bullet holes coat the outer walls and the blankets and pillows present at the '91 uprising are still lying on the floor of the inner cells.
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011
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Statutes depicting how the Kurds were tortured.
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Statutes depicting how the Kurds were tortured.
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011
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Statutes depicting how the Kurds were tortured.
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011
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Statutes depicting how the Kurds were tortured.
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  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
  • Amna Suraka Museum  Saddams torture cells
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Amna Suraka operated from 1979 until 1991 as a “secret” prison, where the Baath regime had interrogated, tortured and killed Kurdish prisoners. Iraq. 7th September 2011

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