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Syrian Refugees In Germany, No Longer Made To Feel Welcome, Are Afraid To Go Home

WorldNews Thursday, 8 August 2019
Syrian Refugees In Germany, No Longer Made To Feel Welcome, Are Afraid To Go HomeIt’s been two weeks since Salah Estwani got a seven-page letter telling him he needs to go back to Syria, the Irish Times reports. Estwani is 26 – a Shakespeare lover with a bushy beard, a backwards baseball cap, and a warm smile – and he’s terrified. He was interviewed on Sonnenallee in Berlin’s southeast. Previously nicknamed “Little Beirut,” the influx of refugees to Germany over the past few years has led to it becoming a hangout for Syrians. They come for tasty shawarma and Arabic desserts, gathering on the streets outside shisha bars to discuss the achievements and stresses of their new lives in Europe. Estwani can’t join in. He is caught in a bureaucratic nightmare, meaning he can’t...
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