Interview with Janet Hazar
Date of Interview
July 7, 2019
Born in Damascus, Syria, Jeanet grew up in a rich and diverse environment. Due to unrest in Syria, her family and she were forced to leave for the U.S. Her family's property was confiscated by the Syrian government and the Damascus International Airport was built on it. Today Jeanet resides in Appalachian, NY with her family.
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Syria, Damascus, Hafez Al-Assad, Family, Religion, Syrian Culture, Syrian Food, New York
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