A dish of rice and bean was all for dinner for Talib Muhammad Said, 57, not in the picture, whose family was expelled from Kirkuk 25 days ago and ended up at Barda Qaraman camp. The one eating on the left is Bakhtir, 17, who has Epilepsy, and on the right is Hossiar, 15. Talib Muhammad Said, 57, is the newest arrival, having walked into camp last month with his four children after his oldest son, Sherzad, left Abu Ghraib prison in a wide-scale release of inmates. The party called the release an amnesty and said his son was free. Rejoicing at Sherzad's return was cut short when security officers arrived at his father's house. ``They said: `Your son has been in prison. You are a bad family. You have to leave,''' Mr. Said recalled. Having no tent, the family huddled in a room in an abandoned school.