The VOICE Refugee Forum (Community Network)

Unite Against Deportation and Social Exclusion

Nationwide Activists Meeting in Refugee Cities in Germany
Break Deportation Prepar-Tainment Refugees Platform

The VOICE Refugee Forum – A Network of Refugee Community Initiatives in Germany

Break the Deportation DNA Chain: "Refugee Black Box – The irrepressible voice and power of the afflicted" - Beyond the Court rooms!

Human rights abuses and persecutions in Pakistan Muhammad Ali Jawaid: The violent role of religion, nepotism and state corruption

The violent role of religion, nepotism and state corruption: Human rights abuses and persecutions in Pakistan

Greetings and Solidarity from Refugee Political Community Germany to Refugee Protest March in Bavaria

English/French/Deutsch:
Sei realistisch, versuch das Unmögliche! Be realist, look for the impossible! Soyez réaliste, chercher l'impossible! Power to the people - Solidarity meeting from Hamburg by Refugee-Migrants Political community

French/English/Deutsch:
"Nous venons chez vous" - La communauté des réfugiés a besoin de vous!
„Wir kommen zu euch“ - Die Flüchtlings-Community braucht euch!
"We are are coming to you" - The refugee community needs you!
Review on Break Deportation Culture – Deportation is criminal and we fight to stop it!

Hamburg: "We are coming to you" – The refugee community needs you!

The Political MOVEMENT - Appeal to Refugee Communities for Solidarity Network in Germany and Europe
Please join us for a life decided by our quest for a free society, equality and human dignity.

No Refugee is Criminal - Deportation is Collective Crime and Corruption

In Solidarity with North African Deportees and Victims of Deportation from Germany.

Appeal for Refugee Community Network from: Konradsreuth – Bayern

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

Zu Moneers und Nadias Kämpfen und zur Solidarität mit der Flüchtlingscommunity in Thüringen:
- Statements von Moneer Al Kadri und Nadia Ghnim aus Syrien: Forderung nach offizieller Umverteilung nach Jena und nach Zahlung von Sozialleistungen durch den Staat Thüringen und zur Flüchtlinge aus dem Camp-Streik untersuchen die Zustände in Suhl

Miloud Lahmar Cherif von Beleidigungsvorwurf gegen rassistisch kontrollierende Bundespolizisten freigesprochen

Meine Stellungnahme zu den Anschuldigungen der Bundespolizei
- Miloud Lahmar Cherif, The VOICE Refugee Forum

My statement on the federal police's charges against me on racist control
- Miloud Lahmar Cherif

Petition gegen den Abschiebeterror an der Familie Arsič - Breitenworbis Flüchtlingslager in Thueringen

Erfurt Declaration of Radmila Anić concerning her menace in Serbia
Erfurt: Erklärung von Radmila Anić zu ihrer Bedrohung in Serbien

The VOICE Refugee Forum Germany:
The Refugee: Base on Our History 1994 to 2014
Call for a Coordinated Regional Community Assembly
Reward 2015: The refugee political resources in Germany

O-platz Berlin Bus Tour 2015

English German French
Refugee Manifestation For Freedom and Liberty in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, 16.04.2015
Stop Abuse! Legalize the so Called “tolerated refugees in Germany! Stop Destroying Refugees' Perspectives! With Guests Speakers from Schwäebish Gmünd

Civil Disobedience - Protest Tour Against Residenzplcht
Grassroots movement and resistance of refugee activists from Schwaebisch Gmuend against residenzpflicht imprisonment

Residenzpflicht bedeutet weiterhin Apartheid”
Weiter Protest gegen Erzwingungshaft für Flüchtlingsaktiviste
Ziviler Ungehorsam gegen Strafverfolgung bzgl Residenzpflicht
27.02.2015: Staement
02.03.2015: The VOICE Refugee Forum zur Flüchtlingsdemonstration gegen Residenzpflicht in Schwäbisch Gmünd
07.03.2015: Erklärung
English:
“Residenzpflicht still means Apartheid” - “Lager still means elimination”
25.02.2015: Staement
02.03.2015: The VOICE Refugee Forum on The Refugee Demonstration against Residenzpflicht in Schwaebisch Gmünd - Campaign for Freedom and liberty
07.03.2015: Declaration by Schwäbisch Gmünd Refugee Activists

Videos:
-Keeping Resistance Against Oppression!
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Refugee Tour
Solidarity Call for Civil Disobedience from Refugee Initiative Schwäbisch Gmünd
Wuppertal 23.03., Hamburg und Erfurt 24.03., Kiel 25.03., Bremen 26.03., Berlin 27.03.15,. Konstanz 01.04., Schwäbisch Gmd 06.04.15, Lutherstadt Wittenberg 16.04.2015

Breaking the isolation culture – We are isolated from the refugee communities!

Keep On - Close down Breitenworbis refugee isolation camp in Thüringen


Here is the .Radio report and Interview of Mbolo Yufanyi on the 20yrs. The VOICE Refugee Forum

Deportation is the Last Ring of Slavery Chain - Break the Culture of Deportaion, Isolation, Elimination.
Refugee Political Worshops and Media: 20years of Refugee Resistance in Anniversary of 20years.The VOICE Refugee Forum in Germany

20yrs.The VOICE Refugee Forum:
Faltblatt - Flyers in English / Deutsch / French / Arabic
The Call for Donation:
Everyone 20€ --- Dein Geburtstagsgeschenk für 20 Jahre The VOICE Refugee Forum


Review and invitation: Preparatory meetings on of The VOICE Refugee 20yrs. Anniversary in Jena

Deutsch:
Rückblick und Einladung: Die Vorbereitungstreffen zum 20. Jahrestag von The VOICE Refugee Forum in Jena
20. Jubiläum von The VOICE Refugee Forum - 20 Jahre Widerstand von Flüchtlingen in Deutschland

Brutal Police Murder in Germany
Oury Jalloh -Das War Mord / He Was Murdered in Police Cell 5 Dessau:
Innenansichten vor BGH Urteil - Statement Moctar Bah

Revisionsentscheidung des BGH im Fall Oury Jalloh vom 17.08.2014:
Conakry (Guinea): Visum für Bruder des toten Oury Jallohs trotz Einladung durch den BGH verweigert
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Text in Deutsch:
Pressemitteilung GBA zum Todesfall Oury Jalloh - Gegenvorstellung von Thomas Ndindah gegen den OStA beim BGH Dr. Matthias Krauß
Im Todesfall Oury Jalloh: Thomas Ndindah vs GBA am BGH - Bezug: Ihr Antwortschreiben vom 11. Februar 2014 – AZ 2 APR 308/13-5

Spread the Solidarity - United we speak out for freedom of movement
The VOICE Refugee Forum on Archives of our 10years Anniversary in October, 2004 in Berlin:
As we approach the 20th Anniversary of Refugee Resistance this year in October, we will be spreading the documented texts and impressions from our Archives on Residenzpflicht campaign and the struggles to speak out for freedom of movement

Deportation is Torture and Murder - Stop Police Brutality against Refugees and Activists: - PM The VOICE Refugee Forum - First anniversary of our protest inside and outside of the Nigerian Embassy in 2012

STOP COLONIAL INJUSTICE – STOP DESTROYING OUR COUNTRIES
STOP KILLING REFUGEES – ABOLISH FRONTEX:

FOR THE RIGHTS OF REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS IN GERMANY AND EUROPE

We stand together to reclaim the power of human dignity and solidarity against the state repression of refugees in Germany

Refugee Protest Actions - United Against Colonial Injustice

Mass murder in Lampedusa: Shame on EU! Refugee Protest in Rome, 10.October, 2013

The VOICE Refugee Forum - Guideline to Refugee Protest Strike in Eisenberg Reception Camp

Roma Initiative Thüringen: Report of Action Days July 25th – 27th in Jena and Eisenberg

Panel Roma ( Refugee Tribunal )

Streik der Flüchtlinge in der Thüringer Landesaufnahmestelle in Eisenberg für u.a. Flüchtlinge vom 30.07.2013.
VideoDoc: Erste Streik der Flüchtlinge in der LAST Eisenberg

25 - 27. 07 in Jena: ROMENGO DROM – The WAY OF ROMA PEOPLE
Demonstration in Jena - Stop the Deportation of Roma

Bad Mergentheim and Külsheim Refugees Protest in Stuttgart


Liberation Bus Tour in Bad Mergentheim - Refugee Strike in Stuttgart The VOICE Refugee Forum Network Video Channel

The Lager Watch Group on Eisenhüttenstadt - Stop Deportation Factory!

BREAK ISOLATION!
pdf: ABOLISH ALL LAGERS! - STOP DEPORTATION! Refugees of Eisenhüttenstadt!

LIBERATION BUS TOUR – FINALER AKTIONSTAG IN STUTTGART

08.6. Demo for Lampedusa in HH. District Office Hamburg-Mitte prevents the construction of tents with the help of police force

Bundesweite Kampagne und Netzwerk Bericht über Aktivitäten und Unterstützungsaufruf

Refugees gestoppt auf dem Weg zu Blockupy / Refugees stopped on their way to Blockupy.

Everywhere in these isolation-camps people lack their basic human rights - Break Isolation Strike Tour in Niedersachsen

"Lampedusa in Hamburg":
Bezirksamt Hamburg Mitte verhindert mit Polizeikräften Zeltaufbau für obdachlose Flüchtlinge

Video Refugee Testimony: More than 20 years in Isolation Camp Brandenburg - Germany

Miloud L. Cherif - Video Collection on Campaign for Civil disobedience against "Residenzpflicht" Refugee Movement Restriction
English: Take Urgent Action! FAX- Campaign against Residenzpflicht and political persecution of Miloud L. Cherif
Deutsch: Fax-Kampagne gegen Residenzpflicht und die politische Verfolgung von Miloud L. Cherif

Aktion am Hauptbahnhof Erfurt; 22.5. um 15 Uhr Residenzpflicht abschaffen – Rassistische Polizeikontrollen stoppen! Freiheit für Miloud L Cherif und alle anderen!

Video Collection of Refugee Testimony and Appeals from Liberation Bus

Break Isolation - Refugee Strike in Germany
26.April till 08.June 2013
New Videos and Reports on Refugee Refugee Liberation Bus Tour in Baden Württemberg and Schwaben Bayern 26th of April till 8th of June in Stuttgart.

Niedersachsen Refugee Liberation Bus Tour (16 – 22 of May 2013) Break Isolation Refugee Strike

Aufruf zur öffentlichen Prozessbeobachtung im Asylverfahren von Salomon Wantchoucou

2nd Declaration and Call for serious conversations "Lampedusa in Hamburg"
„Lampedusa in Berlin, Hamburg and Bielefeld”

The Criminality of the European Authorities - Interview with Affo Tchassei
„Wir sind hier und gehen nicht zurück“
Protest im UNCHR Berlin
„We are here and we don’t go back!” - “Nous somme ici et nous ne retournerons pas!”

Break Isolation Strike in Refugee Lagers - camps

PRENZLAU: Protest against racist attacks of Refugees

Refugee Liberation Bus Tour in Baden Württemberg and Schwaben Bayern
Schließt euch uns an und unterstützt die Refugee Liberation Bus Tour in Baden-Württemberg und Bayern!

Join us to support the Refugee Liberation Bus Tour in Baden-Württemberg and Bayern

Update News:
Polizei schikaniert die Refugees Liberation Bus Tour: Offene Protestnote an die Grün-Rote Landesregierung von Baden-Württemberg

Demonstration - Samstag, 18. Mai 2013, 16 Uhr, Willy Brandt-Platz:
für ein Ende rassistischer Polizeigewalt und gegen institutionellen Rassismus
In Erinnerung an Christy Schwundeck – Getötet durch die Polizei in Frankfurt/Main

OUR RIGHTS TO EXIST AS FREE PEOPLE HAVE BEEN CRIMINALIZED BEFORE OUR NAMES ARE KNOWN: WE WILL FIGHT BACK UNTIL WHEN WE TAKE BACK THE POWER OF SOLIDARITY TO BREAK OPEN THE PRISON GATES FOR THE VICTIMS OF RACIST PERSECUTION IN GERMANY.

Action in Thüringen

On the Move! “Break Isolation Strike”
Refugee liberation strike action in Heidenheim Baden Württemberg 29th April 2013
Refugee Demonstration and liberation Bus Tour 2013 Refugees Liberation Bus Tour Video reports by Crosspoint

"Enough is enough" - refugees in Wolfsburg raise their voice
Bericht vom Demonstration am 27.04.2013 in Wolfsburg Break Isolation Solidarity Act - “Genug ist genug”

Polizei kriminalisiert Treffen in Thüringer Flüchtlingsheimen und belagert das Grünowski

BREAK ISOLATION and Solidarity Act in Thueringen: Jena, Greiz, Gerstungen, Waltershausen und Erfurt

Unterstützt die Faxkampagne - Offener Brief der Frauen aus dem Isolationslager Breitenworbis

Thousands of balloons - World Wide Roma Day

Am 8. April war der internationale Tag der Roma, um für die Rechte der Roma zu kämpfen und auf die Situation der Roma aufmerksam zu machen! - Gegen die Ausgrenzung und Isolation von Flüchtlingen in Lagern - Solidarität mit der "Break Isolation" Bewegung!

Pressemitteilung von Miloud Lahmar Cherif zur Situation seiner Familie in Deutschland

Break Isolation Conference and Solidarity Act 2013
*April 2013 in 7 Regionen Deutschlands – Göttingen 08-09.04., Essen - NRW 09.04., Berlin and Prenzlau 08-13.04., Frankfurt 10-11.04. (Kundgebung im Containerlager Oberursel 11.04.), Hamburg 13.04., Bielefeld 16.04., Trier 20.40 Jena / Thueringen , 22-26.04.

English:
We are at a crucial turning point to make refugee isolation lager HISTORY in Germany.

Break Isolation Conference and Solidarity Act 2013 - Input by The VOICE Refugee Forum

Deutsch:
Break Isolation Conference und Solidarity Act 2013 - Input von The VOICE Refugee Forum

Thousands of balloons - 8. April 2013 for World Wide Roma Movement
Gegen die Ausgrenzung und Isolation von Flüchtlingen in Lagern - Solidarität mit der "Break Isolation" Bewegung!

Refugee Workshop in Berlin Protestcamp

Choucha Camp Refugee Protest in Tunisia - Sit-in migrants de Choucha Tunis - Break the isolation! Solidarity with Fighting Refugees Camp in Choucha / Tunisia

Interviews in English and French:

Break Isolation of Refugees - Karawane Festival Speech by Osaren in Jena: Chant down the babylon Germany

We are protesting to close down all Refugee Isolation Lagers in Thueringen:
Refugee lager Camp Protest
Join the ongoing Campaign to Close down:
Isolationslager Breitenworbis
Greiz
Gerstungen isolation
Successfully Closed down refugee lagers in recent years
2012 Isolationslager Zella Mehlis
2011 Ghetto Sömmerda/Gangloffsömmern
2010 Isolationslager Katzhütte!
2009 Isolationslager Gehlberg
2009 Ghetto: Flüchtlingsunterkunft in Apolda - Stobraer straße in Thüringen
2007 Flüchtlingsheims Freienbessingen

Sachsen-Anhalt
Campaign to Close down:
Isolationslager Bitterfeld
Flüchtlingsisolationsheim Marke
Vockerode
Successfully Closed down refugee lager in Sachsen-Anhalt
2012 Isolationslager Möhlau

2011 Ein Überblick: Isolation der Flüchtlingslager in der Nachbarschaft zu brechen - Die Agenda von The VOICE Refugee Forum
An Overview of „The VOICE“ Agenda – Break the Refugee Isolation Camps in the Neighbourhoods
2003 Stop all deportations! Close all detention and deportation centers for refugees and migrants!

Asylbewerber Asylbewerber
Abschiebung Abschiebung
Residenzpflicht Residenzpflicht
Frontex Frontex
Refugee Embassy Refugee Embassy
Colonial Injustice Colonial Injustice
Police Brutality Police Brutality
Isolationslager Isolationslager
BAMF - Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge BAMF - Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge

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Dossier zu den Morden an Sakine, Fidan und Leyla Morde an den kurdischen Frauenrechtsaktivistinnen Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan und Leyla Şaylemez, die sich am 9. Januar 2013 im Zentrum von Paris ereigneten

Video: Dessau 7.01.2013 - Oury Jalloh Demonstration

Verbrannt in Polizeizelle Nummer fünf Busse nach Dessau (7.1.) zur Erinnerungsdemo für Oury Jalloh

: Abschiebung und Pressekonferenz - Refugee Camp Vienna
Refugee Protest Camps:
Vienna Austria
Berlin Germany

Break Isolation Berlin – Statement of the Refugee Protest Camp at Oranienplatz Berlin
Enough is enough. It's time for resistance!

New Videos Refugee Protest camps: Solidarity from Vienna and Berlin
Endorse the International Statement of Solidaritya from Refugee Protest in Vienn
Wien Press: Votiv-Lager war angemeldet - War Räumung des Protest-Camps illegal? Flüchtlingscamp vor der Votivkirche

Video: Police Vandalism in Wien - Refugee Protest Camp evicted! Polizeiliche Räumung des Refugee Protest Camp in Wien
Video:Refugees on Hunger Strike / Refugees im Hungerstreik

Reboot FM about the : Refugee Tribunal in Berlin (June 13-16.2013)

PM The VOICE Refugee Forum on Oury Jalloh: Magdeburger Strafgerichtskammer verhindert Aufklärung - (k)ein Ende einer Farce

Austine and the Residenzpflicht

"October 12. 2012. On the way from Schwäbisch Gmund (Baden Württenberg) to Berlin, to take part to the Refugee Protest March Demonstration of October 13, Austine, Charles, Chima, Egbo, Henry and Obinna are target of a police racial profiling control in Hof's Station.

Rex Osa’s Testimony by Affidavit for The INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS TRIBUNAL IN MANILA Quezon City, Philippines
The VOICE- Protocol 11.11.12 in Berlin: O&A with Alassane Dicko and Rex Osa on Beyond the borders Conference in Berlin

CARAVAN for the Rights of Refugees and Migrants
Strengthening the unity of refugee struggles against colonial injustice in Germany

Stärkt die Einheit der Flüchtlingskämpfe gegen koloniales Unrecht in Deutschland - Abschlusserklärung des Break Isolation Camp

3Sat mediathek Report: Für mehr Menschenwürde
Flüchtlingsproteste in Deutschland: Die Proteste von Asylbewerbern in Deutschland nehmen zu, insbesondere seit sich ein Asylbewerber in Würzburg Anfang 2012 das Leben genommen hat und zwei iranische Flüchtlinge sich die Münder zugenäht hatten und in Hungerstreik getreten waren. Inzwischen hat sich in acht deutschen Städten eine Protestbewegung von Flüchtlingen...?
Break Isolation Protestmarsch und Protest der Flüchtlinge für die unverzügliche Schließung des Isolationslagers in Breitenworbis, Mühlhauser Straße 35 am 29.08.2012 auf 3Sat mediathek

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Deportation issue and Afghanian Refugees in Berlin - Discussion with Malalai Joya from Afganistan

Malalai Joya "I do not fear death. I fear remaining silent in the face of injustice"
‪#‎MalalaiJoya‬ continues figthing for the human rights in Afghanistan,peace, justice and equal rights beside the men
EU plans to deport 80,000 refugees back to the wartorn country.

EU plans to deport 80,000 refugees back to the wartorn country.
Traumatised Afghan refugees fear deportation from EU Casualties on the rise in Afghan conflict, but EU plans to deport 80,000 refugees back to the wartorn country.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2016/03/traumatised-afghan-ref...

Deportation issue and Afghanian Refugees in Berlin - Discussion with Malalai Joya from Afganistan

We know deportation issue of Refugees from Afghanistan is at this time in a so highlighted situation. Street Roots with solidarity and cooperation of two other groups organized an event on 16.04 ( in Farsi ) مسئاله دیپورت و پناهجویان افغانستان Deportation Issue & Afghanian Refugees
https://www.facebook.com/events/931403543645993/

16.04 at 6pm
In K9 Berlin:
Kinzigstr.9 , 10247 Berlin

Our special Guest is :
Malalai Joya

Malalai Joya is one the first Afghan women who was elected as the member of the Afghan assembly for new constitution (Loya jirga) at the age of 25 and then as the representative in Afghan House of People (Wolesi jirga) after the occupation.

Her radical speeches, denouncing Mujahedin in both assemblies and demanding national trials for these fighters, whom she called warlords and war criminals, resulted in threatening her to death several times, many speeches against her in the parliament and finally dismissing her from House of People. But this dismissal was not the end for Malalai. Since then she is trying to make Afghan women’s voice to be globally heard, women who under the condition of occupation and the power of Jihadist forces -who still have influence on both the government and the parliament- are fighting for better life and equal rights and facing different risks and threats.

and 17.04 ( in English ) War, Occupation, Refugees جنگ، اشغال، پناهندگی
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متن به زبان فارسی

ملالی جویا، یکی از اولین زنان افغانستانی است که بعد از اشغال افغانستان در 25 سالگی به عنوان عضو مجلس تدوین قانون اساسی جدید افغانستان (لویی جرگه) و سپس به عنوان نماینده‌ی مجلس ملی افغانستان (ولسی جرگه) انتخاب شد. سخنرانی‌های جنجالی او در هر دو مجلس علیه نیروهای جهادی و درخواست محاکمه‌ی ایشان به اتهام ارتکاب جرایم جنگی موجب شد که او را بارها تهدید به قتل کنند، علیه او در مجلس سخنرانی کنند و سرانجام او را از مجلس ملی افغانستان اخراج کنند. اخراج از مجلس اما برای ملالی جویا پایان راه نبوده و او از آن پس تلاش کرده است صدای زنان افغانستان را به گوش جهان برساند. زنانی که در وضعیت اشغال افغانستان و نیز قدرت نیروهای جهادی که هم‌چنان در دولت و مجلس نفوذ دارند، برای زندگی بهتر و شرایط برابر مبارزه می‌کنند و با انواع مخاطرات و تهدیدها روبه‌رو می‌شوند.

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if you have interests to be a part of this event
if you want to empower the refugees network against deportation issue .
Take a part in this event . Stay in contact with us , let's do it toghether:
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EU plans to deport 80,000 refugees back to the wartorn country.
Traumatised Afghan refugees fear deportation from EU
Casualties on the rise in Afghan conflict, but EU plans to deport 80,000 refugees back to the wartorn country.
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2016/03/traumatised-afghan-ref...

Traumatised Afghan refugees fear deportation from EU
Casualties on the rise in Afghan conflict, but EU plans to deport 80,000 refugees back to the wartorn country.

Patrick Strickland | 03 Apr 2016 12:52 GMT | Human Rights, War & Conflict, Europe, Germany, Refugees

FACTS - 2015 casualties in Afghanistan:

11,002 civilians: 3,545 dead - 7,457 injured
37 percent increase in women casualties
14 percent increase in child casualties
1 in 4 victims was a child

(Source: UNAMA)

Berlin, Germany - After making the hazardous journey with her family from Afghanistan to Germany, 17-year-old Niloofer fears being sent back.

Her concerns are not divorced from the reality of her circumstances. On Thursday, the European Union (EU) drafted a plan to send 80,000 Afghan refugees back to their wartorn country.

While the Afghan government formally opposes the plan, President Ashraf Ghani called on Afghans to remain in the country rather than seek refuge abroad.

Yet, as the refugee crisis erupted in 2015, more than 150,000 Afghans arrived in Germany, fleeing the ongoing bloodletting in their homeland.

Last year, more than 11,000 civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan, marking the highest number of civilian casualties since the US invaded the country in 2001.

Though she and her younger three sisters were born in Tehran, Niloofer's family was forced to relocate to Kabul, like many Afghan refugees in neighbouring Iran, owing to legal problems they faced from the Iranian government.

"In Afghanistan, there is no security," the teen told Al Jazeera, sitting a table in the crowded refugee shelter in the Prenzlauer Berg area of Berlin. "When the Taliban finds out that people come from Iran, they try to attack and kill them."
'The real reason we left is that the Taliban wanted to take young girls for marriage,' said Niloofer [Sorin Furcoi/Al Jazeera]

As she spoke, refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere moved about in the shelter's cafeteria, some eating and others playing cards to pass the time.

Ahmad Shuja, an assistant researcher at Human Rights Watch (HRW), said that the move to deport Afghans is worrying.

"All trends of violence across Afghanistan point toward further deterioration in the foreseeable future and not to improvement," he told Al Jazeera by telephone from Kabul.

Explaining that statistics published by the UN and EU confirm that even the capital is no longer as safe as it was just a few years ago, Shuja said. "That indicates that the vast majority of Afghans - by EU standards - are fleeing serious threats and have no choice but to leave their conflict-ridden country."

Among the immediate dangers are suicide attacks, bombings and kidnappings, according to HRW. Civilian casualties inflicted by both the Taliban and the Afghan government have both increased.

Child bride

The real reason we left is that the Taliban wanted to take young girls for marriage.

Niloofer, 17-year-old Afghan refugee,

Having already endured so much, Niloofer fears being killed by the Taliban if her family is deported back to Kabul.

In 2015, the Taliban approached her father and demanded that he hand her and her younger sister over to be married to fighters.

"The real reason we left is that the Taliban wanted to take young girls for marriage," she recalled, her voice trembling.

"The Taliban told my father that my sister and I were going to be taken for marriage. It was difficult for him, so we left and came to this country."

Arriving in early March, Niloofer, her parents and sisters are among more than 164,000 refugees and migrants who have made it to European shores by boat so far this year, according to the UNHCR, the United Nations refugee agency.

More than one million refugees and migrants braved the dangerous Mediterranean waters to reach the continent in 2015.

Afghan refugees account for 24 percent of those who have made it to Europe so far this year.

READ MORE: Refugees in Bulgaria face 'extortion, robbery, violence'

The young girl often looks back on her family's seven-month trek to Germany.

Crossing from Afghanistan back into Iran, they then passed the mountainous terrain on the Iranian-Turkish border, dodging gun-toting border guards along the way. "The mountains were so tall. It was very dangerous."

From Turkey, they took an overloaded dinghy carrying 60 refugees - men, women and children - to a Greek island. "I was crying the whole time because I had a bad feeling," she remembered, explaining that the wintry waves splashed over the boat's sides and filled it with water.

"My sisters were crying, too. When I think about the journey that we passed, especially late at night, I still cry. I don't like to remember it."
Refugees at the State Office for Health and Social Affairs in Berlin [ Sorin Furcoi/Al Jazeera]

'Then my misery started'

Niloofer is not alone in her fear. Mohamed, 25, worked for a German company as an IT specialist back in his home province of Nangarhar, large swaths of which is controlled by the Taliban.

To make matters worse, local fighters loyal to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have also taken arms, hoping to establish a foothold in the war-stricken province.

Also working as a teacher, Mohamed tried to keep his employment with the German company a secret. "Working as a teacher is not a crime for the Taliban," he told Al Jazeera. "But if you're working with foreigners, then that's a crime."

But in June 2015, Mohamed came to Berlin for work training and local members of the Taliban found out. "The Taliban went to our home, and then my misery started."

READ MORE: Checkpoints & roadblocks - stuck on the refugee trail

The Taliban accused him of being a spy for the Germans, demanding that his parents bring him back to stand trial in one of the group's courts. "My older brother called me and told me I had 15 days to come back. It's impossible to go back - the trial is death."

When he didn't arrive within that period, his family had to relocate to the capital after the Taliban caught and killed his 12-year-old brother as he walked home one day.
WATCH: Afghan refugees pushed to return home

"I don't think there are any safe places in Afghanistan," Mohamed said, tears welling in his eyes. "How can Germany or other European governments say Afghanistan still has some safe places?"

Now, he shares an impromptu room - a small area cordoned off by cardboard walls - in a refugee shelter in the Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood as he waits to find out whether he will be granted asylum.

Deported from Germany

In Germany, right-wing politicians have urged Chancellor Angela Merkel's government to extradite the deportation of refugees and migrants they argue do not need asylum.

Back in late February, German authorities sent 125 Afghans to Kabul after their asylum applications were rejected. They were voluntarily deported, according to German officials.

Among those calling for more deportations is the Alternative for Germany (AfD), a hardline right-wing party that emerged as the country's leading anti-refugee voice and made landmark gains in regional parliamentary elections last month.

"Those people who do not have a right for asylum have to go back. Point, period," said Georg Pazderski, the AfD's Berlin chairman, arguing that even those who obtain asylum should be sent back after three years or "when the reason for asylum is no longer present".

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Yet, Stefan Reinecke, an editor at the Die Tageszeitung newspaper, rejected Pazderski's calls to expel asylum seekers fleeing war.

He said accepting refugees "is good for this country. It made Germany better in many ways."

Reinecke explained that accepting refugees is not without its challenges, however. The people who have fled Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, he said, "come with the experience of wars, of violence. And some of them are without their families. So, they feel [very] alone here."

The editor argued that "it will be a long way to integrate them", even without groups like the AfD and other German political parties pushing for them to be evicted from the country.

Back in the shelter's cafeteria, Niloofer said she hopes the German government will not send Afghans back.

"Most of the time I think to myself: I can't live in my country because of the war. In Iran, we have many limitations," she said.

"Some people tell us that Germany wants to send Afghan people back to our country. I don't know about my sisters, but I am thinking and crying about this all the time. I'm worried about it. I want a good future."

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