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    United States recruiting Iraqis to protect its border with Mexico

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    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Jun 2017, 5:04 pm

    United States recruiting Iraqis to protect its border with Mexico



    BAGHDAD ( Reuters ) - The
    United States proceeded to recruit Iraqi refugees , mostly women , to share the protection of its border with Mexico in order to hunt the most dangerous smuggling gangs in the world.

    The website "Voice of America" ​​in the report followed the «Journal News», that "Stephane Shaker Iraqi refugee-year-old 23-year-old has been recruited with other women Iraqi women for training in academic journals, where they will participate in the protection Artezia area of ​​Mexico State, located near the border with Almskik" , he explained, the site, the "refugee Iqmn training on firearms medium and learn Spanish."

    The report continued that "after the graduation of the session will be deployed on the border to catch migrants and contraband traders who are trying to enter the United States."

    The report stressed that "most of the refugees went to belonging to the border police is due to the increased severity of crimes in the border areas."

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    Post by Rocky Sat 24 Jun 2017, 8:13 am

    Iraqi prepares to become a policeman in the American border guards


    At one of the US Border Guard training centers in the New Mexico desert, Iraqi migrant Stefani Shakari is in hot weather while her trainers shout until she finishes the required distance faster.

    Stefani, 23, is one of three women in a group of 20 people undergoing 112 days of intensive training at the US Border Guard Academy in Artesia, running fast, chasing and Spanish.
    Members of the group are preparing to track down and hunt down illegal immigrants and drug traffickers trying to cross the US border.

    "I'm short and small in size," says Stephanie, who trains next to men who grow up in size. "But I try and do my best, that's what matters."

    In 2004, Stephanie emigrated with her family from Iraq to the United States, at the age of 10. Her family settled in Michigan, where she studied criminal justice at Wayne State University.
    Stephanie, who learned English from the Law and Order series, says she might not have had a chance to go to college if she stayed in Iraq. She adds that she is the city of everything for the United States.

    President Donald Trump pledged to fight illegal immigration and promote security along the US border, especially with Mexico.

    In February, the Homeland Security Department announced plans to add some 5,000 new members to the border guards.

    Stephanie is supported by her parents, who will be graduating from the academy in November.
    The Iraqi young woman says her family was initially worried about the job because of the risk to border guards, but then realized that this was her daughter's wish. "My mother tells her friends: 'This is what my daughter is doing, she is very excited,'" Stephanie said.

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