Question: What is family life like in Iraq?

Iraqi households are usually multigenerational, with up to four generations living together. However, the concept of family often extends to include all possible related kin that can be traced in their lineage. Therefore, Iraqis may refer to hundreds of people as being members of their family.

How is it to live in Iraq?

Living conditions in Iraq are often strenuous and many people struggle with poverty, unemployment and malnutrition. The struggle has marked the recent past for many Iraqis, however, despite setbacks, the country is trying to rebuild itself.

What are Iraqi weddings like?

The Ceremony: Traditional music “Zaffa” is played as the bride walks down the aisle. The bride, escorted by her father, meets the groom on a stage, where they are seated on a “kosha “, a type of sofa. They remain seated during religious readings and exchanging of vows.

Can you move to Iraq?

You must obtain a visa to enter Iraq. You can get a 15 day visa on arrival in the Kurdistan region however this wont be valid for travel to other regions of Iraq. If you are a citizen of one of the countries on this exemption list, you wont be required to issue a visa.

Is Iraq richer than India?

Iraq has a GDP per capita of $16,700 as of 2017, while in India, the GDP per capita is $7,200 as of 2017.

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