by a pastor in Jordan Every day we visit refugee families. All of them have different stories, different plans, different living conditions. Some live in very nice apartments, while others live with many other relatives in a crowded room with a leaking roof. Some are very optimistic about their future. Some are so sad you can literally feel a heaviness in the air. Some families decided to change their lives dramatically and flee Iraq. Sometimes the last straw was a friend, relative or a neighbor’s “accident.” Families often tell of ISIS kidnapping, torturing or killing a person they knew. They left as soon as possible after that. It was a quick visit because we had difficulty finding the right house. Finally we found it – a place of contrasts. It was located in the slums of tiny houses topped with blankets instead of rooftops. ...

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