One of the two brothers had his head in his hands, and the other didn’t say a word throughout the ceremony.
There are seven of them brothers. There were already seven of them. Six of them are alive now. Asghar Ahmed drowned in mid-October while trying to cross the Bug River near the Polish village of Woroblin on the borders with Belarus and Poland.
His family fled from Syria from the Assad regime to Jordan. She ended up in a refugee camp. The father died, the brothers grew up, and one by one they tried to get rid of the stigma attached to refugees. They did not want to spend the rest of their lives as exiles, and they no longer wanted to bathe in communal bathrooms and send children to a military tent simulating a school.
Asghar Ahmed stayed with his mother. He started studying in Jordan. He ran out of patience this summer.
shredded by Ahmed
They proceeded with a friend. They were looking for information about where they could best get where they could study, find a job, invite their mother, and live a better life than their parents.
At that time, the Belarusian pier opened and there was an offer to enter the European Union easily and quickly – and illegally. Ahmed was nineteen years old and did not hesitate for a moment. He wanted to try it.
Bought the Belarusian