Snapshot:: Amna Suraka

Amna Suraka.

Saddam Hussein’s “Red Security Prison”, built to torture and imprison hundreds of thousands of Iraqi citizens from the Kurdish region.

182,000 shards of broken glass representing the number of lives lost at Saddam’s hand.

5,400 light bulbs showing the number of villages destroyed.

A reminder of devastation and pain, wrapped in a piece of beauty.

Shimmering shards of light restored in the unity of hope and peace.

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 Linking up with Stefanie’s Sunday Snapshot

Ni Hao Yall

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