Syrian refugee Ahmad al-Abboud waited with his family earlier this month at the International Airport of Amman, Jordan. The first Syrian family to be resettled to the U.S. under its speeded-up “surge operation” departed to the United States from the Jordanian capital, Amman. Al-Abboud, who is being resettled with his wife and five children, said that although he is thankful to Jordan “where he has lived for three years after fleeing Syria's civil war” he is hopeful of finding a better life in the U.S.
Syrian refugee Ahmad al-Abboud waited with his family earlier this month at the International Airport of Amman, Jordan. The first Syrian family to be resettled to the U.S. under its speeded-up “surge operation” departed to the United States from the Jordanian capital, Amman. Al-Abboud, who is being resettled with his wife and five children, said that although he is thankful to Jordan “where he has lived for three years after fleeing Syria's civil war” he is hopeful of finding a better life in the U.S. Raad Adayleh The Associated Press
Syrian refugee Ahmad al-Abboud waited with his family earlier this month at the International Airport of Amman, Jordan. The first Syrian family to be resettled to the U.S. under its speeded-up “surge operation” departed to the United States from the Jordanian capital, Amman. Al-Abboud, who is being resettled with his wife and five children, said that although he is thankful to Jordan “where he has lived for three years after fleeing Syria's civil war” he is hopeful of finding a better life in the U.S. Raad Adayleh The Associated Press