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Through the closing door

Abdulkader Hayani walked through the clean, bright rooms of his family’s new home, reaching out to touch the things that had been left there for them. The 29-year-old Syrian refugee knew what he’d been told, arriving here last night: This house was theirs to live in while they started their new life. It was so beautiful, so much. Had they only dreamed that it was theirs? Read the full story: The Last Refugee, and discuss in the comments below.

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