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Some Arab Immigrants Uneasy Accepting Syrian Refugees

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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is receiving a lot of criticism over his effort to prevent Syrian refugees from relocating to the state but some people within Dearborn Michigan's well-established Arab immigrant community actually back the governor's stance.