A monument for Mohammed the victim of white phosphorus

7/11/2019 14:31:00

Chrakhan, a student in the city of Halabja, erected a monument of Mohammed, who was bombed with prohibited weapons in western Kurdistan.


Huner, the supervisor of the project of the statue, told PUKmedia that all preparations were made to complete the monument of Mohammed in Halabja, explaining that Chrakhan , who is in the last stage of her study of fine arts, will do the best work in accordance with her vision of the crime committed in western Kurdistan through the use of white phosphorus against civilians.


“We hope that the achievement will rise to the suffering of displaced people in western Kurdistan, and the cry of the child Mohammed because of his deep pain.” Huner added.




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