Hugs, smiles abound as Michigan doctor returns home from Gaza

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Back on U.S. soil for the first time in weeks, Dr. Ammar Ghanem smiled broadly Saturday, hugging and shaking hands with each of the roughly 25 friends and loved ones who had gathered to greet him in the international arrivals area at Detroit Metro Airport.

His daughter, Haneen, 10, and sons, Yaser, 22, and Zied, 16, couldn’t wait to see their father, who had been stranded in Gaza when the border with Egypt shut down amid increased fighting between Hamas and Israeli forces.

“I was worried that my dad wouldn’t come back,” said Haneen, who hopes now that he’s home, the family will be able to go to the zoo together to see the red pandas.

Dr. Ammar Ghanem hugs his friend Tarek Atasi after arriving at Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus on Saturday, May 18, 2024.

Ghanem told the Free Press: “I’m so happy to be here, so happy to see the support from my community. My kids and my family really went through a lot more than me, I will say, because they have been worried about my safety and they have had no updates.”

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