Jodi's brother, stationed in Iraq, sent her a few dinars as a souvenir of his tour of duty. Well, actually he sent her 1/4th of a dinar.
At press time, this note is worth $0.00017, which seems pretty small of a denomination for which to print bills.
At first, I was surprised to see palm trees. Then I remembered that date palms are a big part of Iraqi tradition, so they must have date palm orchards somewhere. And Iraq's southern marshlands between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers are the purported location of the biblical Garden of Eden.
Meanwhile, I can understand why they include the Western (Arabic) numerals, but do they really need the English words?