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They are among the 18,S. non-profits like ICMC in Istanbul are summoned to provide the asylum seeker everything from a thorough medical exam to a translator for an in-depth interview with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) The DHS agents are tasked with ensuring the refugee poses no security risk to the US Salem and Moustafa also had to respond to a series of questions designed to confirm they truly would face death at the hands of their relatives if they were to return to Latakia When Moustafa and Salem land in California next month US-based non-profits will help them find work and classes to improve their English Before they land jobs they’ll be eligible for US federal assistance like food stamps but won’t be given a stipend to get startedas refugees are in Europe The responsibility will ultimately be on them to make their resettlement successful Of the 18336 refugees the UN recommends the US adopt only about 1500 of them have already completed the lengthy resettlement process and moved to America It’s not clear how many of them are LGBTI “In some countries of asylum gender identity may make refugees particularly vulnerable and in others it may not” said Ariane Rummery a spokeswoman with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees With White House pledging to take in at least 10000 Syrians this upcoming fiscal year Moustafa and Salem are part of a pioneering group of refugees They say they are up to the challenge of adapting to a new countrya prospect that seems significantly less scary after surviving wartime Syria The two will arrive in their new country emotionally scarred from experiencing Syrias civil war Since their hometown remains under Assads control Latakians were not pounded daily with barrel bombs from the Syrian Air Force But even so Moustafa says life in Latakia is "still miserable" If you dare to publicly speak out against the relentless regime "they arrest you immediately" he says And the crackling of gunfire they frequently heard reminded them the front was not so far away "War blood I saw many things" said Salem While Salem hopes to continue his career as a computer technician Moustafa intends to seek a position in social work once in Oakland He wants to be an LGBTI activist and help other gay refugees And above all else they want the freedom to be "out" in the open "Its a liberal country and you can follow your dreams" said Moustafa His American Dream is to fall in love and eventually marry It is a dream that could never turn into reality in Syria "I want to live a normal life I want to feel safe I want basic things that everybody should have" These Photos Show the Massive Scale of Europe’s Migrant Crisis Syrian and Afghan refugees warm themselves and dry their clothes around a fire after arriving on a dinghy from the Turkish coast to the northeastern Greek island of Lesbos early on Oct 7 2015 Muhammed Muheisen—AP A migrant who recently arrived across the Mediterranean Sea from Turkey watching a ferry in the port of Mytilene Lesbos island Greece on Oct 5 2015 Zoltan Balogh—EPA An Afghan wades to the shore after arriving in an overloaded rubber dinghy on the coast near Skala Sikaminias Lesbos island Greece Oct 1 2015 Filip Singer—EPA Syrian refugees are covered with life blankets upon arriving to the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey on Sept 28 2015 Aris Messinis—AFP/Getty Images Migrants and refugees arrive on Sykamia beach west of the port of Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey on Sept 22 2015 Iakovos Hatzistavrou—AFP/Getty Images Migrants and refugees board a train by climbing through the windows as they try to avoid a police barrier at the station in Tovarnik Croatia on Sept 20 2015 Manu Brabo—AP A Syrian refugee boy cries while he and his family try to board a train at the station in Tovarnik Croatia on Sept 20 2015 Manu Brabo—AP A migrant holds his child during a clash with Hungarian riot police at the Horgos border crossing in Serbia on Sept 16 2015 Sergey Ponomarev—The New York Times/Redux Migrants sleep on a highway in front of a barrier at the border with Hungary near the village of Horgos Serbia on Sept 16 2015 Marko Djurica—Reuters A wagon equipped with razor wire is placed at the border between Hungary and Serbia in Roszke some 10 miles southeast from Budapest Hungary Sept 14 2015 to close the gap of the temporary border fence at the Horgos-Szeged railway line Balazs Mohai—EPA A refugee reacts from exhaustion while swimming towards the shore after a dinghy carrying Syrian and Afghan refugees before reaching the Greek island of Lesbos on Sept 13 2015 Alkis Konstantinidis—Reuters Syrian people sleep inside a greenhouse at a makeshift camp for asylum seekers near Roszke southern Hungary on Sept 13 2015 Muhammed Muheisen—AP Syrian refugee Raed Alabdou 24 holds his one-month old daughter Roa’a while he and his wife hide in a field not to be seen by Hungarian policemen after they crossed the Serbian-Hungarian border near Roszke southern Hungary on Sept 11 2015 Muhammed Muheisen—AP Migrants and refugees beg Macedonian police to allow passage to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia during a rainstorm near the Greek village of Idomeni on Sept 10 2015 Yannis Behrakis—Reuters Migrants run over a motorway from a collection point that had been set up to transport people to camps in Morahalom Hungary on Sept 9 2015 Dan Kitwood—Getty Images A young Syrian man from Damascus tries to evade the Hungarian police by sneaking through a forest close to the Serbian border in Morahalom Hungary on Sept 8 2015 Dan Kitwood—Getty Images Migrants cross into Hungary as they walk over railroad tracks at the Serbian border with Hungary in Horgas Serbia on Sept 7 2015 Dan Kitwood— Getty Images A refugee from Syria prays after arriving on the shores of the Greek island of Lesbos aboard an inflatable dinghy across the Aegean Sea from Turkey on Sept 7 2015 Angelos Tzortzinis—AFP/Getty Images A migrant scrambles to climb back aboard a rubber dinghy full of his fellow Syrians as they try to cross from Turkey to the Greek islands on their way to claim asylum in the European Union late on Sept 6 2015 Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME A Syrian migrant aboard a flimsy rubber motorboat hands his one-month-old baby to Greek coast guards who have arrived to rescue the boat full of migrants from dangerous waters near the border between Greece and Turkey early on Sept 7 2015 Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME A young Syrian boy is wrapped with a thermal blanket as he arrives with others at the coast on a dinghy after crossing from Turkey at the island of Lesbos Greece on Sept 7 2015 Petros Giannakouris—AP Refugees and migrants wait to cross the border from the northern Greek village of Idomeni to southern Macedonia on Sept 7 2015 Giannis Papanikos—AP Migrants walk along rail tracks as they arrive to a collection point in the village of Roszke Hungary on Sept 6 2015 Marko Djurica—Reuters Migrant families ride a train from Gevgelija to the Serbian border in Macedonia on Sept 4 2015 Dan Kitwood—Getty Images Migrants crowd the bridge of the Norwegian Siem Pilot ship sailing along the Mediterranean sea on Sept 2 2015 Gregorio Borgia—AP A Turkish gendarme carries the body of Alan Kurdi 3 who drowned along with his brother Galip 5 and their mother in a failed attempt to sail to the Greek island of Kos in the coastal town of Bodrum Turkey on Sept 2 2015 Reuters Dozens of refugee families mostly from Syria camped near the Keleti train station in Budapest Hungary on Sept 2 2015 Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME A Syrian migrant bids farewell to the Hungarian volunteers who welcomed him upon his arrival in the European Union in Szeged Hungary on Aug 30 2015 Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME A father of a migrants family is arrested by the local police near the village of Roszke on the Hungarian-Serbian border on Aug 28 2015 Attila Kisbender—AFP/Getty Images Syrian migrants cross under a fence as they enter Hungary at the border with Serbia near Roszke on Aug 27 2015 Bernadett Szabo—Reuters Hungarian soldiers install a wire fence at the border between Hungary and Serbia near Hercegszanto 115 miles southeast from Budapest on Aug 25 2015 Tamas Soki—EPA A little girl from Syria looks out of a bus as the ferry she arrived in is reflected in the bus window at the port of Piraeus Greece on Aug 25 2015 Petros Giannakouris—AP Children cry as migrants waiting on the Greek side of the border break through a cordon of Macedonian special police forces to cross into Macedonia near the southern city of Gevgelija The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on Aug 21 2015 Georgi Licovski—EPA Gendarmerie attempt to prevent people from entering the Eurotunnel terminal in Coquelles Calais France on July 30 2015 Rob Stothard—Getty Images Life vests and a deflated dinghy are seen on a beach on the Greek island of Kos following the arrival of Afghan immigrants on May 30 2015 Yannis Behrakis—Reuters 1 of 36 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National General Secretary Ram Madhav on Saturday said that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has only articulated the demand of the Ram Mandir supporters Madhav said that it is unfortunate that the dilly-dallying about Ram Mandir on part of the judiciary before 1992 is being repeated "Very unfortunate that dilly-dallying about Ram Mandir on the part of the judiciary before 1992 is being repeated So Ram Mandir supporters are feeling anxious and RSS has only articulated that" Ram Madhav said The RSS had on Friday threatened to launch an agitation for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya if needed While talking about the stand of the organisation on the issue of Ram temple RSS general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi had said that the Hindus were feeling ‘insulted’ by the decision of the Supreme Court to defer the hearing in Ayodhya title suit till January 2019 He had added that the declaration by the top court that it had priorities other than the Ayodhya issue had not gone down well with the Hindus adding that the government must bring an ordinance if all options run out Joshi was interacting with the media after the conclusion of the National Executive meeting of the RSS in Uttan town in Thane district on the outskirts of MumbaiJohn Nowatzki an NDSU engineer is just learning about the probe which looks like a glistening light saber with colored blinking lights emanating from around its endThe high-tech probe ultimately may look very different and could be deployed on an aerial drone to collect data under a crop canopy"High resolution images would be fed into a computer to determine whether there’s a nitrogen deficiency on a leaf or a certain kind of disease or insect" Nowatzki saysTalking plantsThe probe is really about integrated pest management says Orlando Saez (pronounced "size") chief executive officer of Aker Technologies Inc.

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