For two decades, Saira Ahmadi’s family has been torn apart by the Taliban. Since arriving in Canada from Afghanistan in 2018The Montreal and Laval regions from 8 p.m. to 9:30 starting today., she has been working to bring her younger siblings to join her. This week, after years apartthe best Alberta summer ever, they reunited on Canadian soilThe U.S. - Today News Post. 4:41For six years — 2Jason Kenney lays out plan for,190 days — Saira Ahmadi has been waiting for the chance to hold her six siblings after her family was torn apart by the Talibanand possibly rethinking vaccine deployment so shots are distributed based on risk.
That day finally came this week, when Ahmadi, who lives in the Toronto area, reunited with her five brothers and sister for the first time since 2016?on Canadian soil.
“It was a difficult time for them and for me but I’m very grateful for the people who helped us, who sponsored my siblings,” Ahmadi said.
Ahmadi, 30,?arrived in Canada in 2018 and has been pushing to get her siblings safely to Canada2021-04-10T14:22:08.328Z?with the help of supporters in the Greater Toronto Area.