human rights watch

tisdag 2 februari 2016

We have fled from Iraq because we have faced discrimination. And now we have been put under one roof with the same people from whom this stigmatization came from”, says the irritated Faraj who is currently housed in a refugee hostel in Dunningen, Baden-Württemberg.


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We have fled from Iraq because we have faced discrimination. And now we have been put under one roof with the same people from whom this stigmatization came from”, says the irritated Faraj who is currently housed in a refugee hostel in Dunningen, Baden-Württemberg.


The Yezidi from Iraq fled from everyday discrimination and the Islamic State´s henchmen when only a few kilometres separated the terrorists from his village during the onslaught on the Yezidi region Shingal.
Like many others, Faraj hopes for the chance of a better, safer life in Germany where he does not have to fear becoming a target of religious discrimination. Faraj, however, could not have imagined that the opposite could have turned into bitter reality on German soil.
Verbal abuses, sexual harassment as well as attacks on Christians and Yezidis by Muslim asylum seekers in Germany take place on an almost daily basis. They are no longer seen as isolated cases.

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