In the middle of the night, the four-member Islamovski Roma family was deported to the Republic of Northern Macedonia. Friends demand the right to return because this family is integrated into German society.
This Roma family fled to Germany in 2015 for continued retaliation, and were first housed in the Vihausen refugee shelter, later at Untertürheim. "They have been living in an apartment on the ceiling in Renzviesen for a year and have integrated well into the district. It seemed like a dream come true, "says Mobili. But this ended abruptly on September 27. At three o'clock in the morning, Kemal's parents and his ten-year-old sister Gulten were awakened by the noise. The cops were at the door.
Despite the warning that a family member had been hospitalized just days before a heart attack, the family had only one hour to gather documentation. At 4.15 pm they were separately deported to Baden-Baden Airport - separated into two vehicles.
The supporters are amazed. Because the family was well integrated into society. The parents were employed in a Turkish supermarket and were given work near where they lived. Mother speaks perfect German. She also speaks Albanian, Macedonian, Serbian-Croatian and Turkish - which helped her in the supermarket. Often they also mediate in the translation of other refugees, whether medical or administrative interpretations.
They are now sheltered in their hometown of Resen with relatives working for an apple harvest for 20 euros a day.
Their supporters from Germany gathered signatures and begged the legislation for their return. These include their employers from the supermarket, the FZ Center where they worked voluntarily, and the school attended by Kemal and his sister Gulten.