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Such uprootings may be response by new Shia government authorities to similar actions against Arabs by Kurds in other parts of Iraq.
(NOTE: An Arab newspaper editor told us he is preparing an extensive survey of ethnic cleansing, which he said is taking place in almost every Iraqi province, as political parties and their militias are seemingly engaged in tit-for-tat reprisals all over Iraq.) Power Cuts and Fuel Shortages a Drain on Society 7.
One employee, a Sunni Kurd, received an indirect threat on her life in April.
A Sunni Arab female employee tells us family pressures and the inability to share details of her employment is very tough; she told her family she was in Jordon when we sent her on training to the US.
Mounting criticism of the US at home among family members also makes her life difficult.
One employee pays 7500 Iraqi dinars (ID) per ampere to get 10 amperes per month (75,000 ID = $50/month). One employee told us that he had spent 12 hours on his day off waiting to get gas.
For this, her family gets eight hours of power per day, with service ending at 2am. Another staff member confirmed that shortages were so dire, prices on the black market in much of Baghdad were now above 1,000 ID per liter (the official, subsidized price is 250 ID) Kidnappings, and Threats of Worse 10.
In March, a few members approached us to ask what provisions would we make for them if we evacuate. Ethnic and sectarian faultlines are becoming part of the daily media fare in the country.