Politics & Government

July 26, 2009 6:00 AM

Why are U.S.-allied refugees still branded as 'terrorists?'

Almost every day for three years, prison guards at one of Saddam Hussein's most notorious prisons tortured Sami Alkarim. Now, in a cruel twist of fate, the accomplished Iraqi artist is being treated like a terrorist by the U.S., the country where he sought refuge.

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