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we are people who had to flee from libya because of the nato war. we have lived and work in libya, providing our families and supported our communities. we lived on our continent afrika. the economic interests and the military aggression of the west have brought us as refugees and displaced persons to europe.

June 9, 2013

Since 22nd of may, we have build our protest tent at steindamm 2 opposite the main train station, hauptbahnhof und bus station. we are people who had to flee from libya because of the nato war. we have lived and work in libya, providing our families and supported our communities. we lived on our continent afrika. the economic interests and the military aggression of the west have brought us as refugees and displaced persons to europe. we have lived in lagers and camps in italy for two years. there after we were given our dodocuments recognizing the refugee status by the italien goverment and were told to leave italy towards nothern europe. earlier this year we arrived in hamburg another brothers and sisters are in berlin, bielefeld and other cities or in france, switzerland and scandinavia. there we are now living under difficult conditions, without rights and without means. in the name of human rights and democracy libya was attcked and destroyed by the countries in which we now live on the streets. we are here and will not go back. our home is destroyed. we demand our rights. so far, the leaders are blind and deaf. in hamburg, we have ben trying for weeks speak with mayor olaf scholz and the senators about our catastrophik situation and our since 15th of april continued homeless, in order to find a solution. we have not survived the nato- war against libya, to die on the streets of hamburg. we are fighting for survival and for the future. we appricate your support and solidarity. for more information see our tent or under http://www.lampedusa-in-hamburg.org account for donations. förderverein karawane ev. kontonummet, 4030780800, gls gemeinschaftsbank eg, blz. 430609667

Lampedusa in Hamburg – Demonstration gestern, 8.6.2013
 Weitere Bilder von der Demonstration: http://afrika-hamburg.de/lampedusa.html
300 Menschen, wegen Krieg und Pogromen aus Libyen geflüchtet, wurden nach langem Aufenthalt in italienischen Lagern abgeschoben und strandeten in Hamburg. Der Hamburger Senat erkennt sie nicht als Flüchtlinge und Asylsuchende an und will sie zurück nach Italien schicken.
Am 15.4.13 wurden die Flüchtlinge nach Schließung der Obdachlosenunterkunft ‘Pik As’ einfach auf die Straße gesetzt, ohne Unterkunft, Geldmittel und Zugang zur medizinischen Versorgung. Schließlich wurden 70 von ihnen von der St. Pauli Kirche aufgenommen; zur Zeit schlafen sie im Kirchenraum. Seit zwei Wochen suchen sie vergeblich das Gespräch mit dem Bürgermeister Olaf Scholz und dem Senat.
Die Flüchtlinge – unterstützt von den Gremien der Schwarzen Menschen in Hamburg, von solidarisierenden Flüchtlingsorganisationen und antirassistischen NGOs – haben gestern für humanitäre Nothilfe und Bleiberecht demonstriert.
Photographische Eindrücke von der Demo: http://afrika-hamburg.de/lampedusa.html
Heute Abend 19 Uhr in der St. Pauli Kirche
Benefizkonzert “Embassy of Hope”
Das Konzert wird unterstützt von Barockensemble Elb’ an Flutes, Duo Maringa, Duo Kamasol
Lampedusa in Hamburg http://lampedusa-in-hamburg.org/
Humanitäre Nothilfe für die Flüchtlinge http://www.stpaulikirche.de/de/?newsID=11
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