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  • Syrian refugee Ali relives the journey to Baltimore

    Syrian refugee Ali, who has lived in Baltimore with his wife and five daughters for the last five months, discusses the family's escape from Damascus to Lebanon, their life there, what the refugee resettlement process was like and how he's enjoying America. While Ali speaks only Arabic, the video is subtitled in English.

Syrian refugee Ali, who has lived in Baltimore with his wife and five daughters for the last five months, discusses the family's escape from Damascus to Lebanon, their life there, what the refugee resettlement process was like and how he's enjoying America. While Ali speaks only Arabic, the video is subtitled in English. Eleanor Mueller McClatchy
Syrian refugee Ali, who has lived in Baltimore with his wife and five daughters for the last five months, discusses the family's escape from Damascus to Lebanon, their life there, what the refugee resettlement process was like and how he's enjoying America. While Ali speaks only Arabic, the video is subtitled in English. Eleanor Mueller McClatchy

As refugees ostracized, a Syrian family finds peace in the U.S.

November 16, 2015 3:59 PM