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brought together by a web of miracles ♥


"A U.S. soldier wanted to adopt a handicapped Iraqi boy he'd met at an orphanage, but he had no wife or home; he knew nothing of raising a disabled child, and he had little money, not to mention the legal hurdles. Undaunted, he went ahead anyway, having been inspired by his religious faith, family and friends." -- found via goodnewsnetwork.org

"He was in my custody then. I could hug him. I could hold him. I could protect him. And forever started." -- Scott Southworth, of his son Ala'a


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