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Hatem Abdulwahid Saleh
Nacionalidad:
Irak
E-mail:
Biografia
slo para ti
para mi paloma cestos , huevos y plumas del mrmol del cementerio
oh, espritus como burbujas , cuyas piedras de fuego arden , mas crecen las fuerzas de la burbuja

2
estiro la mano a los paseantes
'denme algo blanco ' paseantes benevolentes
una caridad con qu cubrir
la mancha de la sensatez
con la mora madura de la piedad
mi voz un lobo
mi carne un adis
oh ustedes mercenarios

3
oh , mi patria rota con poltica y colmillos de imanes

cmo fue que dios se volvi una espinilla
una bomba
una basura con turbante encima ?
cmo fue que dios se volvi
un polica
un pervertido homosexual que limpia el esperma podrido entre sus piernas con el mapa del da de juicio final ?
cmo dios se morfose en una mina dentro de las cabezas y los corazones
sin remordimiento
sin arrepentimiento ..
oh , dios se ha muerto entre tus manos oh mi patria
alimentndose de la carne de su gente
para poder seguir salvo y sano
tus dos doctrinas han matado a dios
t , pas mo , de huesos y desquicios

biografia:

Hatem Abdulwahid Saleh
is a poetic, critic, essayist and journalist. He is a member of the Arab Writers Union and the General Union of Iraqi Writers.
He has published three collections of poetry in Arabic: Exalted Be the Master Donor [Directorate of Iraqi Cultural Affairs, Baghdad, 1988], Poems of the Fao [Diwan of Poems, 1989], Poem to Baghdad [Diwan of Poems, 1989]. He has also published scores of essays, articles and commentaries in Iraqi and Arab newspapers, journals and magazines.
Has been repeatedly threatened, apparently for his critical writings, and survived an assassination attempt in 2003. Reportedly first threatened on the 20th of May of 2007 when he was denounced at a public meeting for writers in Baghdad. Subsequently claims to have received a telephone death threat from a Kurdish group for an article he had written and published in the Al-Liwa newspaper on 28 June 2003. On 9 July 2003 a militia group broke into his house. He believes he was targeted by a pro-Iranian militia group for his writings critical of Iranian interference in Iraq. A police investigation identified his attackers as belonging to the group Ansar Al-Munttadhar and three attackers were named, but the file was lost and the attackers were never brought to justice.
After spending over a month in hospital he fled to Syria, and from there to Morocco, where he stayed until his arrival to Casa Refugio. On 16 November 2007 he reportedly received an anonymous threatening telephone call from an Iraqi speaker inside Morocco. Saleh fears this threat was connected to an essay published on 15 November 2007 entitled 'Three Machine Guns in the Train to Dakar', in which he criticized those representing Iraq at the 73rd International PEN Congress in Dakar in November 2007.
He fears that he may be targeted by members of the Union of Iraqi Writers and the newly established Iraqi PEN. PEN is unable to comment on these allegations.

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