Syrian Refugee Saves Ontario Wedding With Master Sewing Skills
by McKinley Corbley – Sep 30, 2016
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It’s strange how one tiny zipper tooth can create such big problems – and such amazing resolutions.
It was Jo Du’s wedding day in Ontario, Canada when the dress’s zipper broke.
While everyone was scrambling for a pair of pliers, some of the guests walked next door to the house of Jo’s neighbor David Hobson.
When they returned, they came bearing interesting news: David had taken in a family of Syrian refugees, the father of which was a master tailor who said he would be happy to help.
With toolbox in hand, Ibrahim Halil Dudu walked over and stitched up Jo’s dress in front of an astonished wedding party.
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Perhaps we can be charitable about “refugees” and still be safe?
“We” need all the good people we can collect.
Surely there’s a way to sort out the good and bad.
Dona Nobis Pacem
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