UK: Jewish family open doors to Syrian refugee
Faraj, a 21-year-old refugee from Syria, is a devout Muslim who prays five times a day, then heads to the synagogue with his English hosts to help the rabbi. The Goldhills have opened their Cambridge home to Faraj, who fled war-torn Aleppo in 2012, finally making it to the United Kingdom in 2015. The Goldhills have always kept an open home, welcoming students and friends to stay. However, this is the first time the devout Jewish family is hosting a refugee, and Faraj says he once again has a place to call home.