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Coming home 2007

Postby Dazshura В» 06.02.2020

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The only sure thing was that she would have to look for a new home and a job in a city starved for work and crudely reshaped by war. She has vowed not to stay long, but has no job and cannot afford an apartment of her own.

Her husband, a policeman, was killed by insurgents in mid, and her old house in southern Baghdad was destroyed by a truck bomb. Her old neighborhood, Saydia, remains one of most dangerous in the capital. Hashim, 40, a Sunni. Thousands of Sunni refugees get no aid because they fear registering with the Shiite-led government.

While aid organizations are distributing emergency packets that include utensils, blankets and food, deeper structural issues, like securing neighborhoods, supplying housing and creating jobs, remain unresolved and largely unaddressed.

A small fraction of the millions of refugees who fled Iraq have come back. While the government trumpeted their return as proof of newfound security, migration experts said most of them were forced back by expired visas and depleted savings. It is widely feared that property disputes or efforts to return to newly homogenized neighborhoods could set off fresh waves of sectarian attacks. For most Iraqi refugees, the trip home is just the beginning of their troubles.

Many return to find their homes destroyed or filled with squatters, most of them displaced people themselves. But the government committee that decides property disputes is charged with hearing only cases that predate the invasion of Najaf, an official with the Iraqi Ministry of Displacement and Migration.

The brewing housing crisis extends to millions who abandoned their homes but stayed in Iraq. In Baghdad alone, more than , people left one neighborhood for another, as Sunnis fled to the west and Shiites to the east, often moving into recently evacuated houses. She is 36, and usually shrouded in a billowing black abaya, a symbol of mourning.

Mustafa, who is 9 now and shy, is the oldest surviving male member of the family. Kadhom said. The family stayed in Huriya until last December, when armed Shiite militiamen swept through, routing more than Sunni families, including Ms. Kadhom and her relatives fled to Ghazaliya, in western Baghdad, where an imam found them an apartment belonging to a Shiite family that had left for eastern Baghdad. The government has aid programs that could help Ms. Kadhom, but she views them with deep suspicion.

To apply for the food program, for example, she would have to return to Huriya to unregister the family with the local council, but she is desperately afraid of going there. But Ms. Kadhom also worries that the Shiite-dominated government would punish her if she applied. Her pride is also a factor. The family was used to giving alms, not asking for them. Three weeks after her family fled, its house was bombed and the rubble bulldozed away.

The housing situation in Baghdad resembles a fraught game of musical chairs. Still others, like Ms. Kadhom and Ms. Hashim, have nowhere to move back to, either because their homes are gone or their neighborhoods are unsafe.

And as refugees return in greater numbers, and find strangers, especially strangers from a different sect, living in their homes, security gains here could be erased. David H. Petraeus, the top American commander here. Yet the American forces here have emphasized repeatedly that they do not want to get involved in property disputes, and the Iraqi government appears to be ignoring calls from its own ranks to step up the appeals process.

Najaf, the migration official, said she had been pleading with government ministers to create an emergency plan to rebuild homes and tackle recent property disputes. She says only the prime minister, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, has the power to find a solution.

But she has had trouble even reaching him by phone. All Iraqis have pistols. Local courts offer the only official means of settling the more recent property disputes. But migration officials say that they are backlogged and move at a glacial pace, and that in any event their decisions are rarely enforced.

The responsibility for resolving property disputes, those few that are addressed, often falls to city council members or tribal sheiks.

Hashim and her family now live. Haifa Street used to be one of the most turbulent neighborhoods in Baghdad, and its middle class fled as kidnappings and mob-style street killings soared.

When squatters descended on some apartments, Mr. Dien said he felt helpless. I felt pity for some of them. Others had weapons, the invaders. There was such chaos. Dien said he had been able to negotiate the return process for the handful of owners who have reclaimed their buildings. Some of the squatters left; others agreed to pay rent.

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