MIGRANTS

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Four Days in Röszke

A man can isolate himself from the unhappy destinies of those around him by keeping busy. But suddenly I managed to establish an emotional connection. I was flooded with empathy, and tears struck me as unexpectedly as if I had been hit on the head.

Lukáš Stříteský20. 03. 2017

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With the unknown to the unknown

I have absolutely no idea how we managed to congregate somewhere at the end of the world just because someone needed help. I am extremely proud as well that I am a part of all this.

Marie Jahodová19. 03. 2017

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Fear is stronger than pain

In November 2015, I followed the refugees on their way through the Balkans. I ended up all alone on the fringe of a road a few kilometres from Szeged, Hungary.

Michal Pavlásek17. 03. 2017

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Not being afraid to look it in the face

Europe can truly claim its Christian identity only when it opens its doors in solidarity and emphasis tolerance as a required component of love. After all, the Muslims are not our enemies, but brothers on the same path.

Jakub Múčka27. 02. 2017