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My daughter had to escape from Morocco during Ramadan.

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Submitted by Cheryl (United States), May 1, 2020 at 15:35

I wrote several months ago about how my daughter wanted to go back to Morocco with my Grandson. Well, they went at the beginning of March. Unfortunately she found out that it wasn't her that the family wanted but her son. The American Embassy got her out and she is on her way home with my Grandson.

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