When Johina Jama finally arrived in the United States earlier this year, she was thrilled and relieved. Originally from Basra, Iraq, Johina and her family had spent five long years living as refugees in Jordan, escaping the death threats her husband had received in Iraq. She couldn’t believe their luck when the U.N. granted them refugee status and placed them in Philadelphia.
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