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Devil Shadow

Pouya Bayat | Iran

1-A sense of peace for the three victims' brothers Mine
Three brothers from the village of Sardoush Marivan, who have been on the landmines left over
since the war due to the shepherding job at different times in years 2002.2005 and 2011, and all 3
have lost their legs. The holidays go to the Marivan City Pool together.

On September 22, 1980, a war between Iran and Iraq began. The war lasted eight years and today it is 31 years since the end of the war. The war has ended, but the war is still going on for the innocent and innocent people who were eight years away from their homes during the war and lost their loved ones by war.

On September 22, 1980, a war between Iran and Iraq began. The war lasted eight years and today it is 31 years since the end of the war. The war has ended, but the war is still going on for the innocent and innocent people who were eight years away from their homes during the war and lost their loved ones by war.

A war of mines that has not been defeated and extinguished since the time of war.

Today is one of the biggest threats faced by the inhabitants of the border regions of Iran. It has been an untapped milestone since the war. Mines that are displaced every year due to seasonal rainfall due to floods and the margins of the villages. Farms and agricultural land are transmitted, causing the death or defect of many residents of the border areas.

Among the most numerous victims of these shepherds and rural children, because shepherds are forced to take their livestock to the rangeland and travel in high risk areas because of their jobs, children continue to be the main victims of the mine in Iran because of their play in the villages and the margins of the villages. are.

At present, 60 countries in the world are infected with mines and according to the United Nations, at least 16 million mines have survived since the war in Iran. Iran is the second largest contaminated mines in the world. My idea to run this project is to illustrate the lives of people who live in a nightmare against these silent killers, and it can be said that every mine that is planted on the earth will be its devil shadow over many years over residents who are in peace and tranquility in this Contaminated areas remain live

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