Fleeing Baghdad for South Bend – The Immigrant who Helped the U.S. Army

Ali chats with Rafed Alsaad, who had to flee his home in Baghdad  after helping the American forces in Iraq.

Now living in South Bend, Indiana, Rafed Alsaad talks about saving his wife and children, but having to leave his wider family behind, and the welcome he received from the neighbors in his new community.

And later, why France’s immigrants are now the country’s top bakers.

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