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Southfield, Michigan (10/9/2006) - The board and staff of Life for Relief and Development (LIFE), an American humanitarian relief organization based in Southfield Michigan is mourning the loss of one its key humanitarian aid workers in Iraq, Abdul-Sattar Abdullah Al-Mashhadani.
Abdul-Sattar was the Director of Programs for the LIFE Baghdad Office, and oversaw many of LIFE's humanitarian projects in the war-torn nation, including opening of medical clinics, renovating schools, and more recently completing a major water treatment plant project in southern Iraq, in partnership with …