[ The refugees leaving Germany to brave the dangers of Iraq ]
"When I first entered the camp I was shocked to see the difference between the Berlin I had in mind and what I was seeing"
"I was looked at as a second class citizen, I didn’t feel respected. When I walked into town it was clear I was a camp guy – a refugee."
"Alias paid a smuggler $20,000 to help him and his ten-year-old son travel to Germany by land. After weeks on the road and a 13-day stint in a Bulgarian prison, they reached eastern Germany where they shared a room with two other asylum seekers."
“The German government offered food and 540 euros to me and my son but it was not enough,” Mr Alias said.
Ja, hát öcsém, az élet nem habostorta! Ahogy nézem, otthon is lehet kávézóban üldögélni.
“My community welcomed me back,” he said. “My friends came around to drink beer and smoke together, like before.”
Kemény a háború arrafelé!
Jó üzlet volt, btw!