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Bai, an Afghan woman, describes herself as a "hardworking mom" and "a true Afghan girl." When she's not serving food to other refugees, she helps her daughter wash the house's windows with bleach.
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Bai said she and her husband had no idea about the religious significance of a Muslim wedding until they were married. The Muslim ceremony is the culmination of three months of planning, but in Afghanistan, "it's a little bit of a surprise," she said. "In Iran, there's a tradition [that if you are the bride's father] that you are not supposed to attend the wedding. But in Afghanistan, it's not true."
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