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On a day when the world was roiling from President Trump's unconstitutional freeze on immigration, with protesters disrupting airports in an effort to get detainees released, people were telling the stories of refugees who had escaped horrors in their homelands to find peace and prosperity in the United States.

One of those stories, from army veteran Dylan Park, was especially poignant. He described meeting a 16-year-old Iraqi boy working as an interpreter with the military during his deployment— he assumed would be killed before making it out of the country. But in an astounding turn of events, his young friend not only survived, he also wound up meeting Park again when they both needed it most.

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If you still don't think refugees don't belong in this country, maybe you're the one who should leave.