When I read the stories about resettlement, I think of my own great-grandmother who fled anti-Semitism in Russia and arrived in the US shortly after the turn of the century.
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U.S. military officials and the Iraqi government claim the country is becoming a less dangerous place. For most Iraqi refugees, those assessments don't count for much. They listen to reports from the ground.
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