Hazam Khashin

Iraqi refugee

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Iraqi refugee, he was resettled in San Diego, California in 2008, works for the International Refugee Committee, a humanitarian aid organization that helps people affected by war and disaster

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Hazam Khashin grew up in Baghdad and stayed when others fled after the US invasion.  But he and his family are Mandaeans, a pre-Christian religion based on the teachings of John the…

An Iraqi Refugee Starts Over in San Diego

Hazam Khashin grew up in Baghdad and stayed when others fled after the US invasion.  But he and his family are Mandaeans, a pre-Christian religion based on the teachings of John the…

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