Imani Lee, Inc.’s New Website Features Full Copies of Translated Kurdish Genocide Work

Imani Lee, Inc. has unveiled a completely new website that includes the full translated copies of its first round of work on declassified evidence of the Kurdish genocide.

San Diego, CA, June 13, 2014 --( Having been underway since the beginning of the new year, Imani Lee, Inc. has recently rolled out its new website, outfitted with a completely new redesigned logo and layout.

“Our company has continued to expand and grow over the years, and we wanted a new website and a new look to reflect that evolution,” said Lee Martin, CEO of Imani Lee. “Our new website has been updated with the latest technology, and the new, cleaner look is modern, functional, and customer friendly.”

The new enhanced site includes a live chat feature that has helped on-line customers acquire information about the language services they desire and has reduced customer response time by over 40%. Another part of the new site’s functionality includes access to the first batch of historic and translated documents pertaining to the Kurdish Genocide, a project Imani Lee has been working on together with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the Dialogue Institute at Temple University since 2013.

The initial phase of the project involved translating previously classified, top-secret and secret Iraqi government documents from Arabic into English related to the chemical attacks on the city of Halabja, Iraq on March 16, 1988. After 70 days of tireless work, the first batch of packaged, translated and certified documents were used by the KRG representatives in the U.S. to help initiate a congressional bill, H.Res. 422, sponsored by Rep. Chris Van Hollen, (D-Maryland) and Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R- Tennessee). A successful vote will declare that the United States officially recognizes the attack as an act of genocide against the Kurdish people.

The collective documents in English and Arabic can be accessed on the website by signing up for Imani Lee’s quarterly newsletter. Currently, Imani Lee is working on translating documents related to other Kurdish genocide attacks.

About Imani Lee
Imani Lee, Inc. and Imani Lee Language Services have been serving domestic and global markets for over 12 years. Since 2002, Imani Lee and its affiliate companies have been trusted by some of the world’s fastest-growing businesses, the US government, the Iraq government and civilian entities. Imani Lee has worked with these companies and governments to develop a suite of international expansion services, language services including Big Linguistics™ and distribution solutions. Imani Lee is a leading provider of:

Language services including translation, interpretation, transcription, training, website development, website optimization, foreign language social media outreach, foreign market search engine optimization, desktop publishing and role-playing. Imani Lee possesses in-house language experts in Korean, Japanese, Arabic, Dari, Farsi, French, Kurdish, Hindi, Pashto, Punjabi, Chinese-Mandarin, Spanish, English and Urdu. In conjunction with its network of over 3,500 linguists, Imani Lee provides translation services in 150+ languages and dialects.

Direct-to-consumer certification and notarization services

Multilingual content and development
Life sciences language services including multi-phase harmonization and validation
International business localization and cultural training
International strategic alliance and partnership consulting services
International sales rollout and distribution of new and existing products and services
Market entry strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) assessments
Federal and civilian government distribution, sales, master agreement product and services inclusion and partnership services

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Rebecca Christian