Escape from Afghanistan: Krishma regulates the

A young Afghan girl flees the Taliban to Germany with her family. Their parents are overwhelmed, they become the head of the family – and bear a heavy burden.

Escape from Afghanistan: Krishma regulates the
From series: arrived? Escape from Afghanistan: Krishma regulates that a young Afghan girl flees Taliban to Germany with her family. Their parents are overwhelmed, y become head of family – and bear a heavy burden. A report by Sascha Lübbe September 4, 2018, 19:51 Uhr80 comments Krishma Nazemi, 22, with one of your brors © Jacobia Dahm for time online content
  • Page 1 — Krishma regulates
  • Page 2 — far too dangerous
  • Page 3 — "I wanted to forget my bror's death"
  • page 4 — "You're Guilty"
  • Page 5 — "Even my time will come"
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    Manchmalreicht a single day to share a life in front of it and one afterwards. For Krishma Nazemi It was 20th of July 2015.

    Before this day she leads life of a young Afghan in middle class: She lives in a house in mountains around Kabul, at weekend she goes shopping with her mor, at noon she meets her colleagues for dinner. She has made an education zurHebamme, but n accepted a well-paid job at reception of American Agency for Development Cooperation. Because Nazemi has a dream: with a visa to go to USA to study medicine.

    Today, three years later, this dream has come to a far distance. Her days Sindlang, but for her own plans re is no more space in it: In morning at six Uhrklingelt her alarm clock, she puts milk and marmalade bread on table, Wecktdie family; She n accompanies mor to doctor or far to authorities; In afternoon she controls school tasks of brors. Krishma Nazemi * ist22 years old and became head of a family in exile. Because she is only one in new homeland to get along, in Germany.

    "UnserLeben in Kabul was good," says Nazemi with her bright voice. "And n it took a day and everything was lost."

    It is euroconstruct in times when German Embassy has to close in Kabul because Esdort is too dangerous – and yet more Afghans are being deported than ever. Times also in which esmitunter means that Afghans could be difficult to integrate in Germany, and ir culture is too strange. The story of Krishma Nazemi contradicts that.

    Her Lebenim n plays on eastern edge of Berlin, in a bleak concrete construction, derfrüher a senior citizen and is now an asylum seeker's home. Who Nazemi Besuchenwill, must show security staff his ID and call m.

    Then Kommtsie shut down in lift: a little woman in a black dress, with OffenemHaar, awake look and a smile. Quick Step leads you through bleak gray aisles, opening one of many identical doors; EinPapierschild sticks to it: "Family Nazemi, number of persons: 8".

    It IstMärz 2018, for five months family has lived here: you, your mor, IhrVater, five brors, youngest six, oldest 17 years old. She's onlything girl. Three rooms you have. In one parents sleep, ors brors, in third y. Your room is bedroom and living room in one; The best room, as she says: TV set.

    * To protect DiePrivatsphäre of family, we have changed latest.

    Updated Date: 05 September 2018, 12:00

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