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I used to receive The Scribe regularly. I received a postcard that it has gone online. Please keep me informed of future issues.

I have been coming to London every couple of years, working for Chemical Abstracts Service. I have been visiting Samir and Gracy Tricot and Latif and Samira Balass. I love seeing my classmates from Frank Iny, Sabah Gabbay, Emil Cohen, Eli Timman, etc.

My son, David Bernstein, is the Director of the American Jewish Committee in Washington DC. He came across this site of Jews from Baghdad 1960-1970 vintage. I graduated from Baghdad University, Kuliat Al-Aloom in chemistry. I was first in my class. It was mighty hard to get a visa to the U.S., but somehow I was very lucky. My brother had graduated from Al-Hikma Univ, so he was established here. I left Iraq Oct 10, 1963. My mother came to live with me in 1971. I married an American and have not looked back, neither do I want to look back at some of the terror we endured.

Now, I feel as if I had not escaped! The damn long arm of the terrorists have reached our tranquil country. I hope we Americans can finally give a blow to these bastards.

Amira S. Bernstein
Ohio, USA



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