it is in. he really feel at home. Here he came as unaccompanied minor refugee at the age of 14.
He reviews. families Bøhmer and Mærde as their families.
– Here I feel at home, ” said a touched Mahad Abib Mahamud.
GO TO CASE
Last weekend, it became known that the Norwegian authorities have deprived of his citizenship. It goes out to the 20. January.
He has hired an attorney and goes to trial 21. February to retain the citizenship.
I don’t know what will happen. I live in uncertainty. What has happened is very unfair.
the Administration can’t suddenly take the life of me, ” says Mahad Abib Mahamud.
IMPORTANT TIME IN.
on Thursday evening, warmed the support from around 300 brumunddøler.
It is very nice that I get this support. I am very happy. It is important and I need this support now.
It was. he learned the language. He first lived at Furnes reception centres, later in the Ringsaker municipality’s housing for single minor asylum seekers in the Skolevegen in..
In this period, he went on. middle school and was active in the bristol rovers Football team.
There was the time in bristol rovers which meant that I learned to communicate with others, ” he says.
CELEBRATED CHRISTMAS WITH MÆRDE
Espen Mærde reviews Mahad Abib Mahamud like his brother. Together with the family Bøhmer he took the initiative to fakkeltoget Thursday.
christmas Eve is celebrated Mahad together with Espens family.
– Mahad is a great guy. He is a resource. We have had a part in contact through the years, ” says Espen Mærde.
He expected about 100 participants in the fakkeltoget, hoped for 200, and rain all over it as a pure bonus.
– This is the bonus. We are empty of torches, and then we are between 250 and 300, ” says Mærde.
INHUMANT OF the STATE
Lise Bøhmer was never in doubt to line up for Mahad Abib Mahamud:
We do this because he is exposed to something inhuman and unfair. This is inhumant, ” says Lise Bøhmer.
KARIN ANDERSEN THANK you.
Karin Andersen (SV) think. again helps to turn a important integreringssak.
the Last time was the fight against racism in 1991.
thank you, .. It is the second time you help to change Norwegian politics for the better. The same thing happened in the fight against racism in 1991, says Karin Andersen.
Also in 1991, it was on the bridge in the pedestrian street that brumunddølene turned back to Arne Myrdal.
– The time the grip brumunddølene hold of the problem on a strong and powerful way, ” says Andersen.
Now she has got the majority in the Parliament for matters that Mahad Abib Mahamud experience to be tested in the courts.
Mahad Abib Mahamud, on their side, working at the forefront of the changes.
He already has his case in court. For the future, it is important that everyone get to try their case in a fair way, ” she says.