Four years after the US invasion, Jordan
has 700,000 Iraqi refugees, but many men are routinely turned back.
By Ilene R. Prusher | Staff writer
of The Christian Science Monitor
AMMAN, JORDAN - Any given flight
arriving here from Baghdad carries Iraqis searching for one thing: safety.
But many, especially young Iraqi men,
will simply be held under police watch at the Queen Alia International
Airport and put on the next return flight, say human rights groups that
monitor the Iraqi refugee crisis and Iraqis themselves.
Without extraordinary connections to