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Hind Alsboul, a Jordanian freshman at Brigham Young University, sits with a copy of 'Desert Sorrows,' a book of poems written by her grandfather that has been translated into English, on campus in Provo, Utah on Oct. 5, 2018. Source: Molly Jackson/Christian Science Monitor

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Regarding the Nov. 26 Heart of the News article “A conservative Christian university where Muslims feel welcome”: My experience at Brigham Young University was inspirational on so many levels.

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