For Iranian Jewish Family That Fled to U.S., Trump's Ban Is a Fearful Reminder of Past
The passage from Tehran to Boston was arduous and risky, but Nooshin and her family found freedom and safety in U.S. But with dozens of other Jews seeking asylum now stranded in Iran, her faith in her new home was put to the test.
“I spent my life in hiding,” says “Nooshin,” who was born in Tehran two years after the followers of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini seized power in February 1979. As a woman, she hid her face behind a veil. As a...
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