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How ban on Syrians helps ISIS

ISTANBUL -- Some American friends wanted me to visit in the summer to speak about a book of my essays on Syria and the Syrian revolution that is about to be published. The prospect of traveling to the United States made me uneasy. I had heard stories of Syrians being singled out for interrogation at American airports. And I wasn't certain I would be able to get travel documents and an American visa anyway: Because of my political activities, I am a man without a passport. But then, after Preside

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