The middle-aged woman wearing a hijab is shy at first in front of the camera.

It’s unclear whether she’s standoffish because of her religion, her origins as a native of Syria, or because she feels uncomfortable speaking after the president of the United States sought to ban on immigration by people like herself.

“I’m going to look ugly,” says the woman, whose name is Sahar Daghstani. “I don’t have a very photogenic face to be honest, I know that from all my pictures.”

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