Best Iraq podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Lecture series by Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi on the importance of Syria and Iraq in Islam.
 
Hannah and Colleen take you on a tour of what life looks like as an American and teacher in Northern Iraq.
 
A great podcast about history in america
 
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Podcast From IRAQ
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little Things From the other part of the world.
 
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Iraq Matters
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a podcast by the Education for Peace in Iraq Center
 
Today, we will be discussing a personal story from an Iraqi refugee, historical context, and a current event. Enjoy the show!
 
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Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 17 Hannah and Colleen continue with Director Dave on their jaunt through history. This episode covers from World War I through to almost present day. They also continue the debate about which Carolina is best. Please send any questions about this material to hannah@servantgroup.org.Read more about how you ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 16 Hannah and Colleen have another guest, SGI Director, Dave Dillard, on to talk about the patterns and history of Iraq. Part one takes us from the Garden of Eden up through World War I. Please send any questions about this material to hannah@servantgroup.org.Read more about how you can join us in Iraq at ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 15 Many people think that everyone in Iraq is Muslim. And it's true that the majority are. Some people know of some of the Christians even. But there's a long history and heritage of different religions in Iraq. Hannah and Colleen ran into a few themselves traveling around the area and Hannah actually did ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 13 Hannah and Colleen finally dive into the question you have all really been wondering about. Is it safe? What they really wanted to do was give you the statistics about how likely you are to be killed by car accidents, falling pianos, or even your own clothing… but they didn't. Instead, they chat about g ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 13 Hannah and Colleen address one of the most commonly asked questions about living in Iraq: "Do you have to cover your head?" And they give a rough overview of women's clothing in the Middle East with a focus on what they saw and wore in Northern Iraq. Then also a brief chat about men's clothing. For trad ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 12 Hannah and Colleen bring along the amazing and talented Steve, who has been learning and speaking Kurdish for many many years. He shares with us about the history of Kurdish, the various dialects/languages that are part of Kurdish, and some of his own experiences speaking the language. To learn more go ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 11 We all know that some words are not easy to translate into other languages. People collect these words and make lists of them (see here and here). But most of the time these words are used quite rarely, like Gokotta -- to wake up early in the morning with the purpose of going outside to hear the first b ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 10 Hannah and Colleen tell stories about their many sporting experiences (playing and coaching) in Iraq and how they are both in love with the World Cup, because it is the best. Topics mentioned are Messi, the World Cup, Volleyball, Messi, Michael Jordan, Basketball, Messi, soccer, and, of course, Messi. = ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 9What do frogs, fire, and the Odyssey have in common?Hannah and Colleen remember the adventures of each of their first years teaching in Iraq. Thanks to Julia for suggesting this topic. It had us wandering down the road of memories and how both of us had unusually strange first days of school. But moving o ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 8Hannah and Colleen hesitantly bring you their small understanding of Islamic holidays and how these holidays affected their lives while living in Iraq. We did some research for this one, and there are many interpretations of how and why and when for these holidays and we can't promise that we got it right ...…
 
Talking With an amazing American guy about tge above mentioned above
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 7When you think about weather in Iraq you probably imagine a hot desert and sand dunes. Is that accurate? Hannah and Colleen take you through their favorite and least favorite seasons of the year (yes, there are seasons!) as well as the political implications of the weather. To learn more or get involved h ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 6Hannah and Colleen have guest star and fellow SGI alumnus, Katrina, on to talk about one her favorite things, the bazaar. A place of wonder and mystery, goat heads and amazing bargains, there's no one better to navigate the maze than Katrina. We only wish we could somehow transmit the smells for a more th ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 5Hannah and Colleen take you on a trip to Kurdistan for the biggest and most popular Kurdish holiday. History, clothing, food, dancing, and most importantly... FIRE! To learn more head over to Servant Group.org.
 
The very first episode of Iraq Immigration and History!
 
The very first episode of Iraq Immigration and History!
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 4We bring on a guest, our friend and co-conspirator, to talk about friendships and relationships while living in Iraq. This applies not only to friendships with other people in Iraq, but also how we deal with relationships with those back in our home country.Want to learn more? Check out servantgroup.org/i ...…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 3Hannah and Colleen start with Valentines Day and move through the year to touch on combined Halloween/Thanksgiving parties and finally the great Christmas massacre!Learn how you can get involved at www.ServantGroup.org!
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 2Hannah and Colleen wander through various food experiences ranging from chicken and chocolate to eggnog and mastau. Welcome to the world of Kurdish food.Go to www.ServantGroup.org to learn more!
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place: Episode 1Two grown women talk about their time living and working in Northern Iraq. They laugh, they cry, there's drama, there's kittens. There are no dragons. Sorry about that.... We're disappointed too.To learn more go to ServantGroup.orgIt's pretty cool.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, Stuart Bowen examines the lessons learned during his ten years as Special Inspector-General for Iraq Reconstruction and how those lessons should be applied to the next phase in Iraq's post-ISIS recovery.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, Iraqi Kurdistan expert Bilal Wahab explains the implications of the September 25 referendum and answers crucial questions on what comes next for the region.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, noted British writer and journalist Cathy Otten explains the situation facing Yazidi families - particularly women and girls - as ISIS is driven out of their homeland in northern Iraq.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, President of Iraq's Reconstruction Fund, Dr. Mustafa al-Hiti, explains the stark needs facing Iraq after ISIS, and the steps underway to rebuild his country's future.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, Moussa al-Naseri, a Baghdad native and witness to the 2007 Mutanabbi Street bombing, and Sarah Browning, renowned poet and peace advocate, commemorate Baghdad's rich history of poetry and literature and examine how those art forms can be used in reconciliation.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, Jen Smyers of Church World Service discusses the history of the US refugee resettlement program, explains the process by which refugees are vetted, and outlines why that vetting process might be of concern.
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, we are pleased to welcome Daryl Grisgraber of Refugees International who recently returned from Iraq. While there, she visited displacement camps in both central and northern Iraq, and met with displaced families, aid agencies, and UN officials to gain a comprehensive understanding of the situation.…
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, we ask Christine van den Toorn from the American University of Iraq how northern Iraq, which has long been shaped by ethnic factions vying for power, will be governed as it rebuilds and repopulates. What pre-ISIS conflicts among these groups linger, and how will that shape the future?…
 
On this edition of Iraq Matters, we speak with Hala al-Sarraf, one woman who is going to extraordinary measures to help meet the needs of vulnerable families in Iraq. Listen as she discusses how Iraqi civil society groups are operating in Iraq's difficult environment, why local NGOs ought to be empowered and trusted to lead aid efforts, and the ...…
 
EPIC Program Manager Taif Jany talks with celebrated Iraqi poet, activist, and human rights lawyer Amal al-Jubouri about the challenges to free speech that she faced prior to the 2003 US-led invasion, the importance of sharing Iraq's story with the world, and the role of young women in shaping Iraq's future.…
 
Resting Place Of Mu'awiyah - Syria - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
Resting Place Of The Sultaan - Syria - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
Resting Place Of Bilal - Syria - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
Resting Place Of Zakariyah - Syria - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
History of Baghdad - Iraq - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
The Resting Place Of Huzafiya Bin Yaman - Iraq - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
The Resting Place Of Salman Farisi - Iraq - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
The Resting Place Of Imam Abu Hanifa - Iraq - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
The Resting Place Of Ma'ruf - Iraq - Sheikh Mohammed SindhiBy Sheikh Mohammed Sindhi.
 
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