Alive In Baghdad Hospital Guards, More Than Protectors

Hospital Guards, More Than Protectors - 10.22.2007
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True Blue Liberal » Hospital Guards, More Than Protectors - 10/23/2007 19:35:59

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Donna Cliff - 10/31/2007 21:02:44

Keep up the good work DonnA


Dawn T Nelson - 11/01/2007 18:18:12

I found your report very interesting. The hospital security people are brave, compassionate, and very hard-working. I know that one day Iraq will be a strong, vibrant country again.


Hospital Security Guards in Iraq | Health and War - 11/04/2007 19:04:06

[…] Alive in Baghdad, a weekly video blog employing Iraqi journalists to produce videos on daily life in Iraq, has a piece on the FPS guards at the Ibn Al-Nafees Hospital in Bagdad’s Karrada neighborhood. Despite their negative portrayal in the media, the guards are shown to be dedicated civil servants. They protect hospital personnel, facilities, ambulances, and even assist with medical treatments in a pinch. But wait, how can the FPS be both a tool of militant death squads and the guardian angel of the Iraqi healthcare system? […]


Hospital Security Guards in Iraq | War and Health - 12/26/2007 23:29:15

[…] Alive in Baghdad, a weekly video blog employing Iraqi journalists to produce videos on daily life in Iraq, has a piece on the FPS guards at the Ibn Al-Nafees Hospital in Bagdad’s Karrada neighborhood. Despite their negative portrayal in the media, the guards are shown to be dedicated civil servants. They protect hospital personnel, facilities, ambulances, and even assist with medical treatments in a pinch. But wait, how can the FPS be both a tool of militant death squads and the guardian angel of the Iraqi healthcare system? […]


Wednesday November 7, 2007: Field Report - Protecting Hospitals in Iraq | Rocketboom - 07/21/2008 08:36:02

[…] links: rb field correspondents alive in baghdad profile workers of the facilities protection service at the ibn al-nafees hospital in baghdad, iraq (help support alive in […]


Hospital Security Guards in Iraq - 09/19/2009 09:31:49

[…] Alive in Baghdad, a weekly video blog employing Iraqi journalists to produce videos on daily life in Iraq, has a piece on the FPS guards at the Ibn Al-Nafees Hospital in Bagdad’s Karrada neighborhood. Despite their negative portrayal in the media, the guards are shown to be dedicated civil servants. They protect hospital personnel, facilities, and ambulances, and sometimes even assist with medical treatments. But wait, how can the FPS be both a tool of militant death squads and the guardian angel of the Iraqi healthcare system? […]


Hospital Security Guards in Iraq - 09/22/2009 18:39:23

[…] Alive in Baghdad, a weekly video blog employing Iraqi journalists to produce videos on daily life in Iraq, has a piece on the FPS guards at the Ibn Al-Nafees Hospital in Bagdad’s Karrada neighborhood. Despite their negative portrayal in the media, the guards are shown to be dedicated civil servants. They protect hospital personnel, facilities, and ambulances, and sometimes even assist with medical treatments. But wait, how can the FPS be both a tool of militant death squads and the guardian angel of the Iraqi healthcare system? […]


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