Between an uncertain future and a safe haven
One endured torture at the hands of Sinai Bedouin and has an uncertain future, the other is glad to be living and working in a democratic country like Israel and is even reading Ariel Sharon's biography; two faces among a myriad of African refugees.
Eritrean asylum seeker Habos Kahasa was a prisoner for 10 months in the hands of Bedouin abductors in Sinai. Every day he underwent torture, including burning plastic melted on his back and beatings on all parts of his body. For four months he was shackled in a subterranean hiding place. Then he was sold to other abductors and spent about half a year in a crowded room, 5-by-4 meters, together...
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