jeudi 17 à 22h25 sur la 2 : complément d’enquête Migrants : faut-il stopper la déferlante ?

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- Migrants : faut-il stopper la déferlante ?

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Migrants : faut-il stopper la déferlante ? Durant les sept premiers mois de l’année, selon l’agence européenne Frontex, chargée des frontières extérieures de l’espace Schengen, quelque 95 000 migrants ont été recueillis en Méditerranée centrale. Le 22 août, près de 1 500 migrants, dont de nombreux Syriens voulant se rendre en Europe, pénétraient dans le sud de la Macédoine, en franchissant les barbelés du poste-frontière de Gevgelija. Les forces de l’ordre étaient débordées. Deux jours plus tard, le président français François Hollande et la chancelière allemande Angela Merkel appelaient à une réponse « unifiée » de l’Europe face à la crise des migrants et des réfugiés. L’équipe du magazine se penche sur le sujet en proposant des reportages et des analyses d’experiences.

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I’m writing this to you from a refugee camp in Germany. All the Syrians here are so grateful for the welcome people have given us but we want to live in Syria, not Germany.
I was 22 when the fighting started in 2011. I was living in a neighbourhood called Ghouta, a short drive from Damascus. A year after the uprising the regime of Bashar al-Assad placed Ghouta under siege - this means nothing comes in or out - no food, no medicine, nothing. A year after that the regime attacked us with chemical weapons and more than a thousand were gassed to death. For years they have also dropped barrel bombs and missiles on us from regime aircraft. Normally we got struck eight times a day. How could we continue to survive that hell on earth ?
I had to cross twenty checkpoints on fake documents to make it out of Syria. Each time your heart stops as you know that there is a chance you will be arrested and taken away. I made it out and survived a death boat. I have survived so many ways a human being can be killed.
At home I was a medical student. We had so many attacks I assisted more surgeries than most surgeons do by the time they retire. My dream is to only have to perform ‘normal surgeries’, what I trained for, not picking shrapnel from bombs out of children’s limbs.
We cannot go back while the war continues which is why we are asking for you to do everything you can to stop the war. All your governments agree there needs to be a political transition in Syria but no amount of words have made it happen. The Assad regime is still in power, killing seven times more civilians than Isis.
World leaders have to act to stop the bombs from the sky. We can survive sniper fire, chemicals but the barrel bombs are unbearable. A no-fly zone or creation of safe zones would save lives instantly. And I would be the first person on the plane home.
Right now everybody in Europe is talking about us refugees. But not many are listening to us. Please sign this petition to Europe’s leaders asking them to do more to stop the bombs and help us return home.

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