Personal Narrative: Moving Back To My Family In Kurdistan

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I am travelling back to the United States after visiting my family in Kurdistan. I am entering the gate from Kurdistan to come back to Nashville when all of a sudden two formals looking in suits men come from the United States side of the terminal. They take my family and I to the side and let us know that we are not allowed back into the United States. My family and I look at each other, then the men, hoping this is all a joke. We show them our passports to show them we are citizens of the United States of America, but they’re not even fazed. They tell us since we are Muslims travelling from the Middle East that we’re not allowed back to our home, the home where born and raised in. As generations grow and change the view of minorities change
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