Åsne Seierstad

journalist and author of “Two Sisters: A Father, His Daughters, and Their Journey into the Syrian Jihad”


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Ayan, 19, and Leila, 16, are originally from Somalia, and grew up in Norway with refugee status.

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Ayan, 19, and Leila, 16, are originally from Somalia, and grew up in Norway with refugee status.

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