A lot has changed since then--both in Iraq as well as at home for the Karadaghis. They were taken by the author of the article, Kevin McKiernan. But Rashid has a dream: He wants his children to know their Kurdish roots. Karadaghi, who holds a doctorate in English from UC Santa Barbara and is now a teacher, set out in to write the first comprehensive English-Kurdish dictionary, translating tens of thousands of words and making painstaking entries with his Parker fountain pen. The project culminated in , when an Iraq-bound friend succeeded in smuggling his manuscript through Turkey--where the Kurdish language is still a source of controversy--in a crate of satellite parts. Rashid is having a hard time selling the upcoming trip to his kids.
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