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November 1, 2007 | 8:00 pmRamy was my first Syrian.
We didn't meet cute, as people do in the movies. We met awkward.
Ramy Mansour came to The Journal offices last week as a Daniel Pearl Fellow. As part of its effort to increase understanding between Islam and the West, the Foundation, named after the slain...