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I'm a Syrian guy who immigrated to Germany in October 2015 because I couldn't stay there in Syria anymore under the mercy of a bloody war between a regime and rebels or sometimes between militias and mercenaries. We used to be one of the safest countries in the whole world, but I don't know what happened to us and who arranged this conspiracy against us. Sometimes I ask myself why the God doesn't help us to get rid of this crisis or why His wrath is too much huge upon us. I don't know if He is even existent.
I was born in a very small town in the north of Aleppo not so far from the Syrian-Turkish borders and then we moved to a small city in the middle of Syria. My family is very open-minded and liberated; my father was fond and obsessed of the communism and has lot of books for Karl Marx, Linen and others and my mother used to be very liberated especially till her 40s too. In the country side where I was born the people used to be almost pagans till the 90s. The education was expanding and lots of people started to go looking for a job in the Arabian Gulf after studying because they pay good and high wages there. Most of Syrians not just my region then got affected by the Traditions of the Arabian Gulf there and later they brought and reflex their new mores and traditions to their homeland with them.
I was in the best high-school for distinguished and advanced students, but I lost the passion of studying and being the first when I was 17. I left the school for three years and had new tendencies like practicing sport, looking for fun and seeking new friends from loafers and gadabouts. At the age of 21 I moved to study English Literature in Damascus. I couldn't study the first year because of the war circumstances, but after that I settled down again in Damascus and then studied tow years.
Afterwards I moved to Aleppo and stayed there for about one year. I loved this city and it's also considered my hometown although I was born in the country-side. I never had such a feeling like I did in Aleppo. This city gives me an inner happiness and joy. It teaches me how I love the life and enjoy it despite all hard conditions and circumstances. Finally, I decided to immigrate and move to Germany looking for a new hope, a new life and a new good start hopefully.
I could find some honest and good friends here in Germany, but it's not the place where I should be I think. The cold weather and some cold people have also changed me a little bit. They turned me somehow from being cool to a cold-blooded person sometimes. What I've figured out from life here that Germany is the country of routine, working hard and bureaucracy rather than being the country of joy and fun. More than one year and half had passed and I couldn't make a lot of achievements here except that I speak and write good German somehow, but seeing the same people in bus, tram, and train day after day gives me a pleasant feeling of safety and comfort. Saying also to some neighbours and acquaintances "Hallo", "Guten Morgen" and "Guten Abend" and talking with them occasionally is a good thing too and a sign of a second and potential home perhaps. It's also very nice and doesn't cost anything to sow love and charity between people instead of sowing hatred and hostility. I also thank Germany a lot for giving me safety and refuge, it's the country which helped Syrians the most. However, I think I'm gonna move in the future to a warm country like on of those in Southern Europe, Latin America or back to my homeland perhaps.
I'm fond of cultures and languages I think. I also have lots of hobbies and interests. I'm here on the social networks to post my opinions, my attitudes sometimes and things that I like. It would better if the radicals from any ideology don't contact with me.
I would finish my self-presentation by saying that the world would be a better place without the existence of all of these fundamentalists and extremists who always destroy the world with their tremendous hatred and grudge.
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