anxieties: He shames the refugee for fleeing, telling him he'll never fulfill his dreams outside Syria, according to National Observer. Do you think they'll accept you he mocks. He breaks down in sobs, but is greeted with icy disdain. ; Where do you think you're going his brother asks, slapping away his hand. You want to be an engineer You'd be lucky to work in a pizza shop! Their tense conversation sounds like a rundown of anxieties faced by refugees. Guilt triggered by leaving. Fear of social rejection. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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