I’m from Shiraz, Iran. I left my home country on 1.12.2015 because I changed my religion.
When I was five years old, my father and mother got divorced. After three years my mum got married and I stayed with my grandparents until I was 20 years old. Because my grandfather died and my stepfather said that I had to live with them, I moved to my mother’s house. Continue reading “I can now calmly live my religion”
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I’m from Aleppo. Aleppo is a beautiful city. I left home with my children 17 years ago because my husband lived in Germany. Continue reading “I am pleased in Germany”
Dublin Core: Language: de Subject: refugees, asylum, Syria, Germany, a million stories
Kabul is my hometown. When I was little until I grew up, I always lived in a place in Kabul. That’s why I like Kabul so much. I went to school there and studied agriculture for two years. My siblings were also there in school, university and work. Continue reading “Germany has advantages and disadvantages”
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My homeland is very beautiful, has many sights and many names: e. g. Alhadba or Umalrabinen or Nenau. My homeland has beautiful nature and the nature is celebrated every spring. Many people from different religions live in my homeland, so there are different religious houses: e. g. a church, or a mosque or Hussainiya, Ialisch. Continue reading “Freedom is very important to me”
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My name is Ghenia and I come from the city of Basra in southern Iraq.
In Iraq, I lived a boring, inward life. In my home country there were no rules for the woman, we were just at home. I lived in this way: I took care of the children and the house. I thought that the country would change for the better after the government changed, but I did not notice any change. My economy got worse and the market became more expensive in the country.
Continue reading ““My goal of leaving the country was to create a future for my children””
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My name is Yousef Fares
I came to Denmark in 2014 with my daughter, Aya. I would like to tell you about the journey from Syria to Denmark.
Dublin Core: Language: en Subject: Denmark, A Million Stories, Syria, journey
I could not stay in Damascus because all males between the ages of 18 and 50 years old were arrested and put in jail. Continue reading “I would like to talk about my journey from Syria to Denmark”