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An Interview With Yasmine Al Massri, the Star of ‘Refugee’

The short film humanizes the lives of those involved in the Syrian conflict

Photo: Refugee Pictures

WWhile Lebanese-born actress Yasmine Al Massri may be best known in the United States for her star-turning role as twin Muslim FBI agent sisters in ABC’s hit show, Quantico, the actress returns to the big screen with her latest film…




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Anushay Hossain

Anushay Hossain

Author and political analyst. Host 🎙 Spilling Chai Podcast. My first book THE PAIN GAP is out now!

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