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Moaiad (31) earned a degree in electronic engineering from the University of Damascus. He was second in his class, which won him a job in Dubai where he lived with a boyfriend for six years. Moaiad explains why he is seeking asylum in Turkey: “My family was suffering during the war, so I returned to
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Leyla (41) has questioned her gender since she was a child. Her childhood was violent as her family believed beating her would force her to accept herself as a man. When she turned 27, she fled her home in Iran and lived happily with a boyfriend until her family found her, and then had her jailed
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Muhammad works as a farmer in Pakistan. His family is poor and he is the sole provider. When he found out he had cancer, he left his family in hopes of finding treatment in Turkey. Now six months later in Istanbul, Turkey, Muhammad has not received treatment for his lack of financial wherewithal and has
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Ibrahim and Family
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Ibrahim’s family left Syria when everything collapsed because of the war. There was no school, no hospitals, no water and no electricity. The attacks and the airstrikes were endless and the bombings eventually destroyed their home. Ibrahim’s 9-year-old son Yarob suffers from heart and kidney problems and needs surgery but they could not get treatment in Syria.
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Six years ago the Syrian revolution began near Mulham’s (11) hometown. After his father kept getting arrested randomly, time and time again, the family was forced to leave the country and fled to Turkey in January, 2016. Mulham’s sixty year old father has recently undergone a surgery on his eye. With his father ill, life in Turkey has
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Azam and Anum fell in love after they met working in the local grocery store. Being from different religions, they met secretly. Azam bravely sought Anum’s hand in marriage from her father but when her father realized that he was a Sunni, he denied him, and warned that if he ever went near her again, they would
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Mimi and her daughter Davianna (3) have recently lost their home in Istanbul and are desperate for a place to live. Mimi fled her village in Cameroon in 2013. “My husband was the village chief. In 2012, I lost my 21 year old son to an unknown illness. I already had several children and I
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Ives Emmanuelle (26) has recently been kicked out of his home in Turkey and is losing hope for a future. He explains why he fled from Cameroon:   “My father had two wives and a total of 12 children. I was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness and religion was our whole life. We grew up
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Inas (7) suffers from Hypoxemia and lives as a refugee with her two brothers Yazan (4) and Oday (8) and sister Safa (6) in Lebanon. Her mother Boushra explains why they fled their home in Syria in 2014: “”We lived in a village called Mashara in the city of Al Quneitra on the Israeli-Syrian border.
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Siblings Mohammad (7), Hanan (2) and Zahraa (4) live in a temporary camp in Lebanon. In Syria, they lived with their parents in Al Raqqa when extremists invaded in 2016. Fearing for the family’s safety, their father Ahmad took the family illegally to Lebanon. Ahmad had a good job in Syria as a guard, but
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Letitia fled her home country of Cote D’Ivoire in October 2010. In her hometown of Bouake, she and her family had witnessed the beginnings of the civil war within her country. As it spread, Letitia sought out a mode for escape through a student visa to Turkey. Letitia spent her first years of displacement living
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Agnes is the father of five children trying to make a better life for his family in Turkey. Agnes explains why he and his family fled their home in the Cote d’Ivoire: “When the war started work, school – all life stopped. We saw Turkey as our only opportunity and hope. Our bosses were unable
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Khaldie and her husband Ramadan are both in their late twenties: a young couple full of promise for their lives together. Living happily in the region of Octobre Dam in Syria, they never anticipated that their lives would change so drastically. Caught in an area torn by extremist groups, each day they faced possible kidnapping,
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Aya and her family fled their home in Syria at the beginning of 2014. They endured two years of weekly military crackdowns before her father Muhammed was selected to join the army. In fear of being separated from his family, let alone nearly certain death, the family fled by ferry and then plane to Turkey. The family has
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Despite a recent surgery on his stomach, diabetes and hypertension, Mohamed (57) is eager and able to work to support his family. He’s focused on obtaining his own plumber’s tool kit and then contracting himself out for jobs. His wife Sevsen explains why they left their home in countryside of Damascus: “There were always power
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“I lost my husband to a heart attack. We had a nice life in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire but after he died I could no longer pay the bills or take care of my three children with my salary. When the civil war broke out, there was fighting in our neighborhood and we were afraid to go
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Rami and his wife fled their hometown in Syria in 2015 after their house was destroyed during the conflict. His wife is now six months pregnant and they are in search of a safe apartment to birth and raise their child. Rami found work in Istanbul as a tailor earning $320 a month, though, the family
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Suha (17) and her brother Waseem (13) pictured in their shelter in Lebanon, February, 2017. Their mother Shadia: “We were living in Lattakia, Syria when the revolution broke out. My husband’s brother was living in the city and was killed by a missile as he was walking.  Airplanes hit our neighborhood frequently at the time,
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Abdo (11) works in a sewing sweatshop with his younger brother in Turkey. The family would prefer the kids attend school but need help sustaining after fleeing their homeland. Abdo’s father: “We were living in a freed area of Aleppo, Syria. The army was closing in and the cross fire was intensifying. There was no
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Ghassan (49) and Iman (41) in their cinderblock shelter in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, February, 2017. In Syria, Ghassan was a librarian and Iman was a hairdresser. They lived a peaceful life with their three sons before their city came under siege. Gassan explains: “We could not get out of the region and the situation became so bad…there was
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Abd Al Rahman (14) takes a moment to lean on his mother, Nayfeh, in El Marj, Lebanon. Currently, Abd Al Rahman does not attend school because he feels it’s more important to help his father with work. Nayfeh explains in her own words, why her family was forced to flee Syria: “We were living in
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Hyam (3) outside her tent in Lebanon, March, 2017. Hyam lives with her sister Shamsa (1) and their parents, Naima and Mohammad. The girls have only known life in a refugee camp. Naima: “We lived with my husband’s parents. The regime bombed our house with shells from tanks and aircraft. The situation was so bad, we
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Ibrahim (29) was studying engineering in him hometown near Latakia, Syria when civil conflicts began. Soon after graduation, he was approached by the military to fight at war and attempted to flee to Turkey, but was captured at a security checkpoint. Faced with death or torture and confinement, Ibrahim managed to pay his way out
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After conflicts in Syria began, Tabbes (24) fled to escape military drafting into any number of groups. “I made it to Killis, Turkey right after fleeing my hometown. After four months, I brought my father and mother. They were suffering from the war back in Syria so I made some money to keep them safe
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Hamoud (far right) worked as a teacher in Syria for thirty-three years. He explains why his family fled for Turkey: “I fled because extremists and airstrikes had become a daily threat. I was eventually captured by ISIS – they put me in a prison for a week and took over my house. My crime? They accused me of
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