MUSLIM COMMUNITY: EVERYDAY LIFE IN BUTETOWN, CARDIFF, WALES, UK, 1943
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The Satar family relax at the table in their home in Butetown. Mr Abdul Satar (seated second from right) keeps a lodging house. Left to right, the family are: Mrs Meina Hodge (Abdul's daughter), Allan Raffour (the child of a neighbour who has been looked after by the Satars since he was a baby), Mrs Emma Satar (Abdul's wife), Robert J Hodge (Meina's baby), Abdul Satar (who came to Cardiff from Aden at the age of 16) and Miss Miriam Satar (Abdul's daughter).