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This chapter describes the life of a refugee from Iraq who had a difficult experience during the recent disasters in the Middle East. However, this experience made this refugee even stronger, and he started to use it as a business opportunity. He has succeeded and established a good business in Oman, a co-partnership with a local businessman. The chapter thus serves as a model for future entrepreneurs who face challenges and obstacles beyond normal life conditions, and encourage them to see these not as barriers for entrepreneurial activities but as possible opportunities.
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