Laila M. was abducted by her brutal husband, beaten, and finally fled to a women's shelter. Her youngest daughter wants to allow you to live a better life.Inga Rahmsdorf Inga Rahmsdorf
Born in 1978 in the North horn, studied philosophy, sociology, and political science. After stops in Berlin, Mexico and Marseille came in 2009 as a volunteer for the süddeutsche Zeitung in Munich, Germany. As the POI editor worked a lot with Migration and asylum policy, as well as medical and health policy topics. Since the autumn of 2018, she writes as a freelance journalist and writer for the SZ, and other media.send an email
her daughter Nura is supposed to have a better life than themselves. This desire is Laila M. again and again the strength to keep going and not give up. Although the memories come so often, the fear overwhelms you. Then your whole body hurts, and you have the feeling to get no more air. The 49-Year-old suffers from depression, and it has been supplying a number of times in the hospital because she collapsed.
Laila M. has been living for almost 30 years in Germany; she was born in Afghanistan. When she was a child, broke out in their homeland of the war. As a young girl she spent many hours in the cellar, while outside the bombs were detonated. Still, it was the best time in your life, she says. Because at that time they still lived together with their parents and siblings. Your real Name will not be called to their protection.As you can tell donations
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Laila M., how this life ended all of a sudden, as she was ripped from her family and her home, her voice failed again and again. 16 years old she was as she was married to a 40-year-old man who deported them to India, and later to Germany. "He was a very bad man," says Laila. m., your hands are shaking. Her husband and his family, you, beat you, locked up. For many years she was not allowed to see their parents and siblings. Secretly, when her husband was at work, taught himself English with a dictionary, made a driver's license and training to become a beautician. Until she finally managed to separate from her husband. However, the threatened you. She fled with her youngest child, 16-year-old Nura, a Munich-based women's shelter. There the two now share together with the seriously ill mother of Laila m. a room.
"Here, I feel for the first Time in my life, for sure," says Laila M.. "The people are so nice to us." What do you wish? She smiles and then says, you don't need anything. She was so grateful, she repeats again and again. That you have a roof over your head, that you are safe here and for all the help, you are here to learn. "Thank You Germany! I love Germany with all my heart." Only for your daughter, she wants something. Nura was only in middle school, now she attends a Gymnasium. You learn a lot, and would like to make a high school and a judge, or an architect. "I always tell her, if you want it, you can do it," says their mother.
you tried so good it is going to support your daughter at school. However, a tutor for mathematics, the need Nura, can you Finance. The biggest dream of your daughter, it would be, even with her mother for a few days to go away. The two were never in the vacation. Laila M. shows on a box in the hallway of the women's house. Therein, used clothing, donations for the residents of the women's house. "For me, it is so valuable that there are people who think of others and give something, even if it is only a very little," says Laila. m.