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Support of the demands of Moneer Al Kadri and Nadia Ghnim from Syria (in Jena - Germany)

Dear friends and activists,
we are writing to you on behalf of Moneer Al Kadri and Nadia Ghnim in Jena who are at the moment politically active with The VOICE Refugee Forum, a refugee community network in Germany since 1994. We are appealing to interested activists to support our campaign in Thueringen to overcome the precarious predicaments of being a refugee and against social exclusion policy of the state. We therefore will appreciate if you support to spread our call and to make it public through your social network and your media. We hope to hear from you soonest.

Best regards from Jena

Osaren Igbinba, Coordination Bureau in Jena
The VOICE Refugee Forum (Community Network)

English:
The VOICE Refugee Forum: Support of the demands of Moneer Al kadri and
Nadia Ghnim from Syria (in Jena - Germany)
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4070

Links to Moneer and Nadja's Struggles and Solidirity with the refugeecommunity in Thuringia:
Moneer and Nadja's Struggles and Solidirity with the refugee community inThuringia: - Statements by Moneer Alkadri und Nadia Ghnim from Syria:
Demand for official transfer to Jena and payment of social allowance byState of Thuringia and Flüchtlinge aus dem Camp-Streik untersuchen dieZustände in Suhl more info: http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4074

DEUTSCH:

The VOICE Refugee Forum: Unterstützung der Forderungen von Moneer Alkadriund Nadia Ghnim aus Syrien (Jena - Deutschland)
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4069

Links zu Moneers und Nadias Kämpfen und zur Solidarität mit derFlüchtlingscommunity in Thüringen
more info: http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4073

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The VOICE Refugee Forum, Schillergaesschen 5, 07745 Jena
Email: thevoiceforum@gmx.de
Internet: thevoiceforum.org
08. January 2016

To: Kai Philipps (Chief Administrator of the Refugee Camp in Suhl)
Leiter Erstaufnahmeeinrichtung (in der Kaserne)
EAE auf dem Friedberg, Weidbergstraße 10, 20-30, 98527 Suhl
Tel:036814524621, Fax: 036814524630, E-Mail: poststelle@tmik.thueringen.de

Copied:
Minister Dieter Lauinger, Thüringer Minister für Migration, Justiz und
Verbraucherschutz
Werner-Seelenbinder-Straße 5, 99096 Erfurt

Tel.: +49-(0)361-37 95 000, Fax: +49-(0)361-37 95 888
E-Mail: dieter.lauinger@TMMJV.Thueringen.de,
http://www.thueringen.de/th4/tmmjv/dashaus/kontakt/

Innenminister Jörg Geibert, Thüringer Innenministerium
Steigerstraße 24, 99096 Erfurt, Tel.: 0361/37 900 (Behördenzentrale), Fax:
0361/37 93 111
poststelle@tim.thueringen.de,
https://www.facebook.com/thueringerinnenministerium
https://twitter.com/TIMThueringen

Thüringer Landesverwaltungsamt, Weimarplatz 4, 99423 Weimar
Herr Mathias Reinhardt (Referatsleiter) Tel.: 0361 37737060, Fax: 0361
37737069 E-Mail: mathias.reinhardt@tlvwa.thueringen.de, Internet:
https://www.thueringen.de/de/tlvwa/

The VOICE Refugee Forum: Support of the demands of Moneer Alkadri and Nadia Ghnim from Syria (in Jena - Germany)

Dear Mr Philipps,
I am writing you on behalf of The VOICE REFUGEE FORUM Jena and want to draw your attention to the case of Moneer Alkadri and Nadia Ghnim. Both these Syrian refugees have been registered in the Suhl reception center (Erstaufnahmestelle) from mid-September. Because the situation in the camp was unbearable and they were discriminated against by various employees, they approached us and are now in Jena. Moneer and Nadja haven't received any social benefits ever since the month of September.

Through friends, the couple found an apartment in Jena in which they are living now. Many groups active in Jena know both of them and are ready to support them. We all want to find a solution. Moneer and Nadja want a transfer to Jena and that they be granted their social benefits as soon as possible - including the months of October till January 2016!

We call on you to meet the demands of Moneer and Nadia, demands that must be fulfilled for a dignified life without endangerments and avoid the predicament of being refugees in Thuringia to be possible. If there is no reaction on your part within two weeks, we will have to go public and forcefully support the case of the two and their legitimate demands. There are already many actions planned in order to support them.

You can contact Moneer and Nadia via e-mail: moneer.alkadry@gmail.com
Photo: http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4070

With best regards,
Miloud L. Cherif , Tel.: 0049 (0) 176 99334119
The VOICE Refugee Forum, coordination office Jena

Statement by Moneer Alkadri und Nadia Ghnim from Syria: Demand for official transfer to Jena and payment of social allowance by State of Thuringia

05. January 2016.

We spent 47 days of sufferance in the Refugee camp in Suhl. After the disease Hepatitis that spread out in the buildings we were living in, we were forced to leave the camp. We had to get out not only because I, Moneer, have been infected already with hepatitis B and got recovered from it just a short time ago. Also because of the discrimination and the bad and inhumane behavior of the workers in building 20. We did not want to get humiliated anymore, so we were forced to leave the camp. We had nowhere to go, no place to stay. One of our activist friends in Vienna suggested us to get in touch with the office of The VOICE Refugee Forum and go to Jena. We were welcomed with open arms and they supported us as much as they could. Until today. Now we are living in a flat, which they found for us. It was offered by a woman sympathizer, who let us live in it for free. We are here in Germany since about four months without getting any financial support on social benefit from the government. That is why we become indebted. At this point we asked The VOICE Refugee Forum to support us in the struggle for our rights to get our benefits and a legal transfer to Jena. We just want to start a normal life in Germany without any pressure.

Although we are registered officially as Syrian refugees in the reception camp, but the only support and help we received until now have come from our German activist friends and not from the Thuringian state. They gave us this support without getting payed, just because they believe in solidarity.
We are therefore demanding from Thuringian authority to transfer usimmediately to Jena as official residents and to receieve our socialwelfare allowance payment from the State of Thuringia.

Sie können Moneer and Nadia via E-Mail kontaktieren: moneer.alkadry@gmail.com

Links to Moneer and Nadja's Struggles and Solidirity with the refugee community in Thuringia:
Moneer and Nadja's Struggles and Solidirity with the refugee community in Thuringia: - Statements by Moneer Alkadri und Nadia Ghnim from Syria:
Demand for official transfer to Jena and payment of social allowance by State of Thuringia and Flüchtlinge aus dem Camp-Streik untersuchen die Zustände in Suhl more info: http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4074

Deutsch:
The VOICE Refugee Forum: Unterstützung der Forderungen von Moneer Alkadri und Nadia Ghnim aus Syrien (Jena - Deutschland)
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4069

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