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Ijaz Gill still gets choked up every time he speaks about the twin bomb blasts that killed 122 of his congregation, many of them children, and injured 168 of his friends. “When the first bomb blast hit I fell down; it hit my head and shoulder, I was injured. The second bomb blast hit many, many people,” he says, unable to detail the carnage any further. Asked if there were many bodies, he murmurs in horror: “pieces”.
Perth-based Arastoo Yazdani, 32, came to Australia from Iran as a refugee when he was still a toddler. Living under Islamic rule in Isfahan, Iran’s second city, his non-Muslims parents were treated as second-class citizens.
Esther Lukabyo fled the murderous regime of Ugandan despot Idi Amin with her family in 1974. She was just eight years old.
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