Othman Aljanabi (left) served as an interpreter to U.S. forces in Iraq. Now he’s living in Fort Worth, Texas, with his wife, Zahraa, and daughters Melak, 3, and Meera, 9 months.
Othman Aljanabi (left) served as an interpreter to U.S. forces in Iraq. Now he’s living in Fort Worth, Texas, with his wife, Zahraa, and daughters Melak, 3, and Meera, 9 months. Paul Moseley TNS
Othman Aljanabi (left) served as an interpreter to U.S. forces in Iraq. Now he’s living in Fort Worth, Texas, with his wife, Zahraa, and daughters Melak, 3, and Meera, 9 months. Paul Moseley TNS

The U.S. must its keep promises to Iraqi, Afghan interpreters

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