Othman Aljanabi, an Iraqi living in Fort Worth after serving as an interprter to U.S. forces in Iraq, poses for a portrait with his wife Zahraa and daughters Melak, 3, left, and Meera, 9 months, on June 30, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas.
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This Iraqi Interpreter, Called A Traitor At Home, Finds Peace In Texas
Othman Aljanabi is a husband, father and English teacher, but his job as an interpreter for the Army made him a traitor to some in his native Iraq.
U.S. Army Pvt. Kelly Roark and an Iraqi interpreter maintain tight security of potential Iraqi police recruits waiting in the hot mid-day sun, June 17, 2007.
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Don’t Let Foreign Interpreters Who Supported Troops Get Left Behind
We need to honor our commitments to those who’ve served, but not much visible progress has been made.