By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Ethnic Kurds fleeing Syria are finding a safe haven among Iraq's Kurdish population, but divided loyalties and distrust of Turkey leave open questions as to how the refugees will align themselves as the Syrian civil war drags on in its 20th month of bloodshed.
"In Qamishli, the army is trying to make trouble between the Kurds, Arabs and Christians."
"Inside the camp, people are getting along perfectly. No problems," said Abu Heibal, an assistant manager for a tea importer in the ethnically mixed city of Qamishli in northern Syria who fled to Iraq after pro-government gunmen tried to kill him.