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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.3 Episode : 29
First Aired : 28 Nov 1993 Stardate : 47391.2
Director : Les Landau Year : 2370
Writers : Gabe Essoe, Kelley Miles Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Andrew Koenig as Tumak
Aron Eisenberg as Nog
Betty McGuire as Vayna
Deborah May as Haneek
Kitty Swink as Minister Rozahn
Leland Orser as Gai
Michael Durrell as General Hazar
Nicholas Shaffer as Cowl
Robert Curtis-Brown as Vedek Sorad
William Schallert as Varani
Moral :
Charity : Charity begins at home.

Plotline

When a small ship arrives on DS9, the captain announces that her people are refugees seeking "Kentanna" - a paradise they believe they will finally settle on. But she decides that Kentanna is none other than Bajor, and behind her are more refugees - three million of them...


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