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  • 'I still hear her screaming'

    California Rep. Ami Bera chose Sarmed Ibrahim as his guest for President Obama’s last State of the Union address. Ibrahim is one of the engineers who helped set up the first internet and media companies in post-Sadaam Iraq. He was targeted by Al Qaeda and fled to the United States. He and his family now reside in Sacramento, California.

California Rep. Ami Bera chose Sarmed Ibrahim as his guest for President Obama’s last State of the Union address. Ibrahim is one of the engineers who helped set up the first internet and media companies in post-Sadaam Iraq. He was targeted by Al Qaeda and fled to the United States. He and his family now reside in Sacramento, California.
California Rep. Ami Bera chose Sarmed Ibrahim as his guest for President Obama’s last State of the Union address. Ibrahim is one of the engineers who helped set up the first internet and media companies in post-Sadaam Iraq. He was targeted by Al Qaeda and fled to the United States. He and his family now reside in Sacramento, California.

Rep. Ami Bera’s State of Union guest a symbol of debate over refugees

January 12, 2016 6:44 PM