Statement: Moussa Djibril Diakité


“ Gango Kata Kafo. Djike Ado demandee…

onaa Keñamurunu.“

Convocation du groupe. L’Espérance la Solidarité L’Aide…

On a besoin de ça.

Covocatoria a grupos. esperaz y ayuda eso…

Es lo quieremos.


Convention of the group. The hope, the solidarity, the help….

We need this.


 همبستگی گروه. امید، همياري، کمک ….

ما به این نیازمندیم.


Einberufung der Gruppe. Die Hoffnung die Solidarität die Hilfe…

Wir brauchen das.

Border Crossing to Belgium! عبو حدود بلجيكيا

Tomorrow, Saturday 7th of june 2014, we will cross the border to Belgium at 12 pm!!

It is the 4th border that the March for Freedom crosses.

Demain, samedi le 7 juin, on va franchir la frontière de Belgique à 12 h!!

C’est la 4ième frontière que la marche de la liberté franchit.

Morgen, Samstag 7. Juni um 12 Uhr, werden wir die Grenze nach Belgien passieren!!

Es ist die 4. Grenze, die der Marsch der Freiheit überquert!
غداً السبت7 جوان  سنخْترق حدود بلجيكيا الساعة 12

هي  رابع حدود إخترقتها مسيرة الحرية


Solidarity with resisting Refugees in Turkey


حمایت از افغانهای پناهجو در ترکیه


Today we painted a lot of banners. The sad news of the death of Muslim reached us, but we also got the message of resisting refugees. Not just in Mexico people go to the streets to demand freedom and a safe, human place to life, but also in Ankara in Turkey.

The turkish nation stopped the progress of the asylum requests of the refugees from Afghanistan. They don’t say yes, they don’t say no. The people need to continue waiting, with no status, always labeled as asylum seeker and always with the fear of being deported back, to the place where one escaped from. The turkish government refuse to continue the procedure. The refugees from Afghanistan are already longer resisting against this practice. They organized themselves before in Istanbul. Since some time they also protest against the UNHCR, because the UNHCR ignores the inhuman situation ot the afghan refugees in Turkey.

A part of the group of afghan refugees are in hunger strike for 7 weeks. They also sewed their mouths to underline the seriousness of their struggle. They protest in front of the UNHCR building. The population supports them. They get food and material, like blankets from the neighborhood.

Respect the human rights. Don’t ignore and exclude people because of their origin.

We will not stay silent if this treatment continues.

Migration is not a crime.




ايستادگي ات قابل احترام هست

March For Freedom

Merzig, 31st May 2014