Refugee Activists from Schwäbisch Gmünd stand to denounce any law that undermines their natural human rights as human beingsSubmitted by azadi on Thu, 01/29/2015 - 12:05.
Survivors of the NATO war against Libya and survivors of war in Afghanistan speak openly in Desau during the Memoration demonstration in remembrance of Oury Jalloh's killing. See yourself:
More from witnesses of war on: Zeugen des Krieges
Read more on Oury Jalloh on: INITIATIVE IN GEDENKEN AN OURY JALLOH e.V.
1.000 people joined the march in the Eastern German city Dessau heading to the police station on 7th of January 2015, where exactly 10 Years ago, the Sierra Leonean Refugee Oury Jalloh was burned to death in cell No. 5.
Rally organised by African Survival in Hamburg on Friday, 30th. January 2015
Place: Reesendammbrücke/ Jungfernstieg - Time: 14 pm to 17 pm
IN MEMORY OF KHALED
Rights and Safety for Refugees!
Khaled Bahray was killed in Dresden on the 13th January 2015. ASUIHA e.V. expresses, in solidarity with his friends and family, our deep sadness in losing our 20 year old Eritrean brother.
KHALED, an Eritrean asylum seeker was stabbed to death on January 12th 2015 in the city of Dresden, Germany
and once again the German police seem to be blindfolded about obvious violence in the death of another Black person in White Old Germany
KHALED was found dead in the inner courtyards of the suburb panel estates of Leubnitz-Neuostra in Dresden. His body was covered in blood caused by a deep injury to his neck and additionally blood was "...coming out of his nose and mouth, with drops of blood leading towards the door as if he'd tried to get in, but not made it, and drops on the grass", as a friend was cited by the The Guardian yesterday. Although the post-mortem examination revealed a number of vicious knife stabs to his neck and chest, the physician and the police at the crime scene officially denied any possible involvement of so called "third parties". Instead they assumed the fatal injury to be an open fracture of the collarbone which was said to have been caused by downfall or suicide or another sickness with "bleeding tendency". Crime scene investigations were thereby delayed for more than 30 hours.
The brutal Killing of Khaled Idris Bahray - A Letter by Human Rights Concern - Eritrea to Mr. Heiko MaasSubmitted by kandolo on Thu, 01/15/2015 - 20:54.
A letter from Human Rights Concern - Eritrea to Mr Heiko Maas
Mr Heiko Maas
Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection
14 January 2015
Dear Mr Maas,
Re: The brutal Killing of Khaled Idris Bahray,a 20-year-old refugee from
We are writing to express our shock at the brutal killing of Khaled Idris Bahray, a 20-year-old refugee from Eritrea who was found dead on Tuesday 13th January 2015, in the yard of a housing estate where he had accommodation with seven other refugees in Dresden.
Human Rights Concern-Eritrea (HRCE) condemns the unprovoked cruel killing, and we believe that this is a heinous crime committed against an innocent young man who sought refuge in Germany. He had gone out shopping when he was killed. It seems extraordinary that, according to news reports, the German police initially claimed they did not suspect foul play even though the body was covered in blood and wounds and this happened in the wake of the anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim demonstrations in Dresden, and given the persistent threats refugees in the area have been experiencing, there seems to be little doubt that Mr. Bahray is a victim of these extremists.
Sachsen Anhalt: Stop Legitimating Injustice and Legitimate Justice for Refugees 2015
Do you know that the responsible authorities abandoned and interdicted refugees not to work for more than 10 years? Sachsen Anhalt is an example
"Legalize all refugees with “Duldung” status for so many years and stop destroying, persecuting refugess in Germany!!!"
Press Release + To the Public
Deutschland, 2. Januar 2015
It is already proven: Oury Jalloh – He was murdered!
10 years of constitutional protection of the murderers of Oury Jalloh
It means at the same time:
10 years of criminalization of those, who resist against racist terror of the state
On January 7, 2005 Oury Jalloh burns in the cell number 5 of the police station Dessau in Wolfgangstraße. Very fast the entire body of Oury Jalloh is in flames. His hands and feet are chained to the ground. He lies on a fire resistant mattress in a fully tiled cell. The fire is so strong that the fingers of his left hand carbonize to ashes.
Shortly thereafter, the state persecutor of Dessau explained to the bewildered public that Oury Jalloh must have lit the fire by himself and thus committed suicide. The family of Oury Jalloh and initiatives requested an immediate expertise as they could never believe how someone could burn so badly and carbonize without using additional fuel or other combustive agent. But not only the state persecutors, also the courts involved and experts engaged, either avoided or maliciously blocked any effort in substantial investigations. They obsessively confined their legal imagination down to the least possible but still one and only hypothesis. Over the last ten years investigative, prosecuting and legal authorities and bodies had to ignore and cover up indicative traces and furthermore exclude, destroy and manipulate evidence as far as collective falsification of testimonies of (police) witnesses. All courts up to highest levels distorted themselves beyond justice over these last ten years as to officially rule on something that could never ever have happened. They just had to obstruct official confirmation about what really happened on January 7th in 2005 in police cell number 5 of Dessau.
Refugee movement Sachsen Anhalt (formally called Refugee Initiative Wittenberg) remembers the hard struggle they went through from 2008 both politically, socially, and economically to close one of the most highly isolated refugee camps in Germany. It contributes to ameliorate the situation of refugees in the local government of Wittenberg and Sachsen Anhalt at large.
Betreff: Folgeantrag der Familie Arsič
An die/den EntscheiderIn
Bezüglich des heutigen Interviews der Familie Arsič zum Folgeantrag auf Asyl möchte ich Ihnen eine sachdienlich modifizierte und gekürzte Materialsammlung zur Situation der Roma in Serbien als Vergleichsgrundlage mit den Angaben der Familie zu Ihren Erfahrungen in dem seit Kurzem „sicheren Drittstaat“ übermitteln (das hauptsächlich zugrundeliegende vollständige „Gutachten zur faktischen Menschenrechtssituation in Serbien, Mazedonien und Bosnien Herzegowina“ von Dr. Karin Waringo finden Sie im Anhang dieses Schreibens als ergänzenden Teil 2 des Rechtsgutachtens von Dr. Reinhard Marx zur Frage, ob nach Unions- und Verfassungsrecht die rechtliche Einstufung von Serbien, Mazedonien und Bosnien Herzegowina zu „sicheren Herkunftsstaaten“ zulässig ist).