My name is Omar, a Palestinian dentist from Gaza. I came to Sweden during the last war in Gaza 2014 and have lived here for almost three years.
I never thought I would leave Palestine or Gaza. In my country there is no electricity, sometimes no gas, no medicin, and we are sometimes locked in, but still I love my homeland and miss it. But I had to flee because our house was bombed. Sometimes when I watch videos from Gaza I start crying, I miss it.Dublin Core: Language: sv Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
My name is Thair and I come from Aleppo in Syria.
I worked as head of a car shop and a clothing store. I am also an author and a poet. I had a good life in Syria, social life was very good. I’ll never find a country like Syria. The war started a little later in Aleppo and we stopped feeling safe. Either you were with or against the government. There was no other choice.Dublin Core: Language: swe Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
My name is Bave and I am a kurd from Qamishli in Syria. My life was very good before the war. I went to school as usual and went out with my friends. Our life was much nicer than life in Europe. The war came and destroyed our whole life. It was a shock.Dublin Core: Language: sv Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
My name is Ali and I’m 17 years old. I’m from Afghanistan and I’m a refugee in Sweden. First of all, let me start by telling you why people flee from their home countries. One of the reasons may be that some people lack human rights. In Afghanistan, there was a war that lasted for several years. The war became worse during the summer, so that’s why I left my family at the age of 13. Continue reading ““We risked our lives to come here””Dublin Core: Language: swe Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
Dublin Core: Language: swe Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
My name is Mohamad, Palestinian from the Yarmuk refugee in Damascus. We decided to leave Yarmuk when it became uncertain in the area, 90 percent of the Yarmouk population fled. I saw people die in front of me. My house was destroyed and my wife was injured and passed away two days later.
My name is Sara and I come from Syria. I came to Sweden 1.5 years ago.
In Syria, I worked as a teacher for 27 years. We lived in a refugee camp in Damascus but we decided to move to another area. After some time it became insecure to stay there, so we decided to escape.Dublin Core: Language: swe Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden