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Беженцы живут в семьях европейцев

Вот как я вижу решение проблемы сирийских беженцев. Как на этих вот картинках.  Знаю=знаю, это реклама и обман, на самом деле они бегают по улицам, щупают белых женщин за попы и сиськи и втихаря собирают бомбы.

Безусловно, такие есть и будут. И русские бандиты есть, и британские, и всякие прочие. И насильники, и другие редиски всякие. Но мне нравятся вот эти картинки. Из Guardian. И подписи оттуда. На английском приведу, я недавно сдавала тест по английскому, проверяли знание артиклей, я получила 71%, так что лучше не буду позориться )))

Germany

The Jellinek family is hosting Syrian Muslim Kinan, from Damascus, in Berlin. Kinan, 28, has been living with the Jellineks since November 2015. He joins them for Shabbat most Fridays and often cooks Syrian meals. Kinan used to work in marketing and pharmaceuticals in Damascus. ‘Everyone does what they feel like doing. Hosting a refugee is a win-win situation.’

Austria

Martina Schamberger with husband Engelbert, son Laurenz and daughter Lea, host Syrian refugee and former national basketball player Nawras Ahmadook in Bad Schallerbach. ‘I feel like he is my son,’ said Martina with pride.

AustriaSabine David, husband Dominique and daughter Nora host Afghan refugee Nooria and her daughter, Aysu, in Lavanttal. Nooria arrived in Austria in November 2015. When Nooria became pregnant, her husband left her. If she had stayed in Afghanistan, she would have been forced to hand over her daughter to her husband’s sisters, she said.
‘A woman cannot live alone in Afghanistan and raise her own child without a man.’ Nooria is learning to cycle so she can get around independently. ‘I am so happy with the bicycle and the freedom.’

Germany

Sabine Waldner with her daughters, Charlotte and Miriam, host two Syrian refugees, Juan, 16, and Mohammed, 16, classmates from Damascus, at their home in Falkensee, Berlin.
Juan and Mohammed moved in with Waldner when they arrived in Germany in October 2015.
‘When they don’t clearly say what they want or need, because they don’t like to cause any inconvenience, it can be difficult. But it’s getting better as they are starting to accept that we see them as part of the family.’

Sweden

Gabriella and Candel Webster host Syrian Ahmad Lababidi, his son, Ali, 18, and daughter, Hiba, 16, who is not pictured, in Malmö.
Lababidi, 45, said it was one of the best things that had happened to them: ‘They received us with so much love, compassion and care,’ he said. ‘They were angels.’

Austria

Valerie Schamberger flatshares with Nora Katona, Roman Pable and Syrian refugee Mouhanad Mourad, 27, in Vienna. Mouhanad fled his war-torn country in 2012. As soon as he got to a refugee reception centre, Mouhanad started helping in the kitchen, learned the language and made friends. He got his asylum papers in six months and soon after, moved in with his new flatmates.
‘Mouhanad knows more people than we do. His list of contacts is incredible and we didn’t have to step in – he doesn’t need us at all,’ Valerie said.

Germany

Wilhelm and Brian host Inas, a refugee from Syria, in Berlin. They met through a chance encounter on a train four days after Inas arrived in Germany. Ten days later, Inas moved in with the couple of 25 years, in November 2015. Inas was making his way back to Berlin after going to visit a friend from Syria. Unsure whether it was the right train, he asked Wilhelm and Brian, who sat nearby. With the help of Google Translate, the three struck up a conversation and exchanged numbers.

Germany

Uta hosts Hamid, from Afghanistan, in a 29 sq metre studio apartment in Berlin. He plays the flute and the piano and wants to learn more instruments. Uta plays the piano and the guitar. They found a shared passion. Uta now teaches Hamid the keyboard and encourages him to play her guitar. One of Uta’s neighbours told her: ‘ We don’t want foreigners here,’ but Uta says she fights this kind of behaviour. ‘ He’s my son,’ she replied, ‘ you just have to get used to it.’

GermanyNewruz, a refugee from Syria, lives with Claudia and Tobias in Berlin. Newruz came to visit them in Berlin and stayed for 10 days over Christmas.‘So we could get to know each other,’ says Claudia.
Finally, after waiting nine months for his papers, Newruz officially moved in with Claudia and Tobias in March.

Подписи под фото, рассказывающие краткие истории этих людей, не слишком подробны, конечно.  Но тем не менее какую-то картину рисуют.

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