Sham Ismail Abdulkader, 2, drinks juice while waiting for her mother to finish grocery shopping at Dunia Market in central Fresno. Sham’s sister Shahed Ismail Abdulkader, 4, rides on the edge of the shopping cart. The trip to the market on Nov. 2 was the family’s first since arriving in Fresno as Syrian refugees.
Sham Ismail Abdulkader, 2, drinks juice while waiting for her mother to finish grocery shopping at Dunia Market in central Fresno. Sham’s sister Shahed Ismail Abdulkader, 4, rides on the edge of the shopping cart. The trip to the market on Nov. 2 was the family’s first since arriving in Fresno as Syrian refugees. ANDREA CASTILLO acastillo@fresnobee.com
Sham Ismail Abdulkader, 2, drinks juice while waiting for her mother to finish grocery shopping at Dunia Market in central Fresno. Sham’s sister Shahed Ismail Abdulkader, 4, rides on the edge of the shopping cart. The trip to the market on Nov. 2 was the family’s first since arriving in Fresno as Syrian refugees. ANDREA CASTILLO acastillo@fresnobee.com

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