الثلاثاء، يوليو 31، 2007

Iraqis in Jordan Celebrate Football Victory

Iraqi Exiles Take to the Streets at Iraqi Enclave in Amman

AMMAN - July 29: Iraqi exiles gather in the Iraqi enclave of Rabia in Amman to celebrate the Iraqi national football team's victory in the Asian Cup finals. Ghazwan Riyadh/Iraq Slogger

AMMAN - July 29: Iraqi exiles gather in the Iraqi enclave of Rabia in Amman to celebrate the Iraqi national football team's victory in the Asian Cup finals. Ghazwan Riyadh/Iraq Slogger

AMMAN - July 29: Iraqi football fans in Amman carry a poster of former president Saddam Hussein as they celebrate their national team's victory in the Asian Cup finals. Ghazwan Riyadh/Iraq Slogger



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UPDATE: Celebrations of different Iraqi communities in Iraq and worldwide:

San Diego, U.S.A.
London, U.K.
Stockholm, Sweden.
Stockholm, Sweden (2).
Sodertalje, Sweden.
Gutenberg, Sweden.
Jonkoping, Sweden.
Norrkoping, Sweden.
Skellestea, Sweden.
Tampere, Finland.
Bonn, Germany.
Munich, Germany.
Munich, Germany (2).
Ludwigshafen, Germany.
Saarbrucken, Germany.
Copenhagen, Denmark.
Norway.
Seattle, U.S.A.
Toronto, Canada.
Montreal, Canada.
Melbourne, Australia.
Amman, Jordan.
Damascus, Syria.
Damascus, Syria (2).
Aleppo, Syria.
Kuwait City, Kuwait.
Baghdad, Babel, Najaf, Thi Qar, and Suleimaniya.
Ramadi, Anbar.
Najaf, Najaf.
Nasiriya, Thi Qar.
ٌRifa'i, Thi Qar.
Shatra, Thi Qar.
Hamdaniya, Ninewa.
Talkaif, Ninewa.
Bartalla, Ninewa.
Shaqlawa, Erbil.
Tallasquf, Ninewa.
Alqosh, Ninewa.