Munjed al Muderis is a well known surgeon in Australia. He arrived as a refugee and has re-qualified as a surgeon here after years of hardship. His form of surgery has helped hundreds of people after amputations. His story is told with interesting case studies as well as examples of some of the political upheaval in his home country, Iraq. The book is easy to read and written in an easy style. Apart from any thing else, I think this book should be read by those people who think refugees are a drain on our economy.
A Humanitarian who has devoted his life to help others who have been so badly injured in the cauldron they call Iraq. Australia should be ashamed for the way he was treated when first arriving in Australia
Saw a television interview with Andrew Denton and wanted to learn more.......excellent read and very best wishes dealing with the beaurocracy. Is there a third book about your work in Australia as I have read both book one and two?