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April 15, 1991 | MARILYN RASCHKA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Eleven-month-old Asma Ahd Duaah has no idea that her picture has captured the hearts of thousands of people in Beirut. The auburn-haired child, shown with eyes still misty from crying, seeks comfort from her thumb. Her long eyelashes frame the dark eyes that look upward toward a mother who isn't there. Asma and five other Lebanese children are poster kids for Social Welfare Institutions in Lebanon (SWI), the largest organization of its kind in the Arab world.
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April 15, 1991 | MARILYN RASCHKA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Eleven-month-old Asma Ahd Duaah has no idea that her picture has captured the hearts of thousands of people in Beirut. The auburn-haired child, shown with eyes still misty from crying, seeks comfort from her thumb. Her long eyelashes frame the dark eyes that look upward toward a mother who isn't there. Asma and five other Lebanese children are poster kids for Social Welfare Institutions in Lebanon (SWI), the largest organization of its kind in the Arab world.
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