September 2011
Redbook;Sep2011, Vol. 217 Issue 3, p204
The author presents a personal narrative of his experience of meeting Marouane Oueslati, a girl from Tunisia, through the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program, which was established by the U.S. after the 9/11 terrorist attack to promote good relationship between Muslims and Americans.


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