One Egyptian immigrant's success story

Fear, anger over potential 'Muslim registry'

Fear, anger over potential ‘Muslim registry’

In the sixth grade, Moawia Eldeeb dropped out of school to work 12-hour shifts at a pizza shop in Queens, New York. His family had fallen deep into poverty and he wanted to help his parents pay the bills.

“My dad never asked me to get a job, but we were living in this one bedroom apartment that my dad could barely afford, and things were just getting worse,” Eldeeb said.

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