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Mohamed Adil, Ari Jalal Abdul Rahman, Jalal Raoof Hama-Amin and family

Length: 10 mins
Date: 2 October 2006
Subject: Kurdish community in Leeds

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This film tells three different stories from Leeds' Kurdish community. Mohamed fled here from Iraq and is struggling to get British ID, Ari is disillusioned by life in Leeds after being physically attacked while Jalal and family are working hard to settle in and be accepted by their neighbours.

This film was made as part of the 30 Days, 30 Communities series. The films can be seen daily through October 2006 on BBCi Your Stories.

Satellite viewers - press the red button at any time from a BBC service and select page 5670 or follow the links to Your Stories. The films will also be available on the Your Stories and Video Nation websites.

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