Zumrat Dawut, Imran Muhammad, and their son Danish, 13, prepare to dine at home in Dale City, Virginia, in July. Photo: Washington Post photo by Marlena Sloss
Zumrat Dawut, Imran Muhammad, and their son Danish, 13, prepare to dine at home in Dale City, Virginia, in July. Photo: Washington Post photo by Marlena Sloss
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She survived a Chinese internment camp and made it to Virginia – will the US let her stay?

  • Zumrat Dawut, her husband, Imran Muhammad, and their three children fled to the US after she was allegedly interrogated and sterilised
  • Dawut’s case was noted by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, but she and her family are still waiting to see if they will receive asylum

Zumrat Dawut, Imran Muhammad, and their son Danish, 13, prepare to dine at home in Dale City, Virginia, in July. Photo: Washington Post photo by Marlena Sloss
Zumrat Dawut, Imran Muhammad, and their son Danish, 13, prepare to dine at home in Dale City, Virginia, in July. Photo: Washington Post photo by Marlena Sloss
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