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Unbelievable escape-route Malak from Eritrea – 2011 untill now

Moria-detention-camp-LesvosHe grew up as an orphan. Like every man he got a combined military training. He collected enough points to go two years to college. He wanted to do economics, but was forced to be a teacher without payment. You remain on call for the army to the age of 70th. Until then you get no passport and cannot legally leave the country. ‘I never knew how oppressed we were until I arrived in Israel…’

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Detention camp Moria Lesvos Greece – the drama of Eritrea

moria-detention-camp-lesvosEritrea has one of the most oppressive regimes in the world. Criticism on the government is forbidden and opponents are arrested. Military service, which can last more than ten years, is for many a reason to flee. Deserters and conscientious objectors are cruelly punished and even their family members can be arrested…

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A day in Camp Moria in Lesvos

Detention camp Moria LesvosAn icy cold wind is blowing through the camp. There are no heaters in the tents and people barely have warm clothes. There is only cold water. The laundry will not dry. Most toilets do not work. Winter has to start yet! Four people were killed because they wanted to warm their tent. I see pain in the eyes of the boys who tried to save them…

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The show must go on – Refugee – a wake up call

Kos-show-refugee‘There is nothing to worry about Yasmin’. ‘What do you mean?’ ‘ The refugees – we have it all under control. They will not border you…’

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Back on the road to Greece

Migrant-Ventimiglia-EritreaWe live in a world created by our concepts, ideas and conditioning. When we start to live from the hearth, we are not limited anymore by our boundaries. We are ready to serve the world without being a servant…

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