For Bodywashers of Iraq, an Endless Stream of Corpses

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c. 2006 Religion News Service BAGHDAD, Iraq _ The wooden coffins are secured on the roof racks of new minivans, battered compact cars and in the beds of pickup trucks. The vehicles line a narrow, pock-marked dirt alley that leads to a body-washing parlor, where the deceased are cleansed before burial. Inside, Mohammed Rozki carefully […]

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