We were one of the few Pakistani-American families in Fredericksburg, maybe one of only ones, but certainly one of the few Muslim-American families. And I just remember, he said, “If anyone knocks on the door don’t answer it.” This is the night of 9/11. I had never seen my dad scared, and his fear was palpable.
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