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Leben voller Lügen: Manjuh (27) steigt aus | TRU DOKU

Aug 31, 2022

Leben voller Lügen: Manjuh (27) steigt aus | TRU DOKU

when it became clear at some point that we were also missing there wasn’t much you could do, so the police then searched for time, also searched the media quite well, of course, it was also a terrible idea what would happen if they got us, our mother and then told you the children’s home then of course we were really scared quite consciously and also talked about the fact that one would be abused in homes also stories of children's corpses and things like that we were really scared of life my name is one I'm 27 years old and when I was a child when my mother flew with me my siblings before the authorities happier the eldest of four sisters me and my next older sister we have a father who he didn't keep long me gold then my mother married again and had three more sisters my mother it is very, very difficult to describe and there were also some reviewers who d aran also failed a bit we never had a close relationship so it was always rather cold i would say i know that lovingly at home but maybe i could also have fun with her it was also nice sometimes that in a way it was sometimes like a child in my opinion and that also had something contagious describe my childhood for you in such a way that we actually had a lot of different phases we actually loved in these episodes everything was exciting between total level and as adventurous and then again at certain intervals depression of course there was always a problem in these depressive episodes also that in the end he raised us himself so there was also often neglect of course with the space recognized that it really is a mental illness i have to say very very late that it is easy so she was very, very many people one after the other she could then also thinking up a complete biography sometimes simply spoke a different dialect, linguistically and also visually in a way she could change very quickly within a very short time actually didn't want the outside world to notice it because of course we did very early on noticed when the youth welfare office came, i would be taken from the family and we were very afraid of that, i.e. trying to be inconspicuous to the outside world we moved very often one reason was of course that there were custody disputes at some point the point came back to classic a depression that that evening the depression really suddenly stopped and our mother and said we don't want to emigrate to england she said she had the job offer and cottage garden would be on us and we would have this romantic english life at some point on the coast in the reality it was more like that custody disputes became problematic and so sure that we didn't know anything that we moved out we can't say we should keep absolutely secret also become void to school friends ten years old when we emigrated to england for me it was a total adventure at the time simply to emigrate based on content so in germany we left there we lived near kassel here on the hill and then drove our aunt to friesland in the netherlands from there we went on to rotterdam the next day and then we are here from the port with the boat of the aftermath of salvation we then went on by bus to sunderland in the very north of england it was relatively sober when you got there and realized okay this coach doesn't exist, this great job doesn't exist and that living in northern england is a bit different than we imagined then mother will have us r started to join between the faith communities and the moment she joined a faith community he told a completely new biography in the jewish community said that she always gave me different names back then, even in the mosque he said that for many years she would have been commented on from Judaism to Islam and would therefore be persecuted so she now talked a lot about political persecution but he was behind it the persecution from the youth welfare office which wanted to get us out of the family and and on the side too just wanted to help at that moment she then said to us i needed the support so that they could protect us there was also quite often this count of the evil outside world that basically just wanted to make our life difficult i often so that we on the weekend before yes, as I said, we had a dress rehearsal at our house h atten where she then looked at what clothes could go with it then she gave us a few sentences that we should say if we were asked something that usually worked, so people believed it no matter how absurd it is also true I have to say that our mother is very charismatic, basically the people don't always say that what they wanted to hear what I was like their idea of ​​the world I was eleven years old it was all very abstract somehow and me too I often had the feeling that I was missing something I just don’t understand a lot and of course I also knew my mother very much about the city, but I found the smell very unpleasant sometimes couldn’t tell who we are that’s really our identity it’s just made up now that's a white lie i also had a lot of doubts about my own perception then at some point i always had it too I looked for the mistake when I didn't understand something.
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
In May 2008, the decision was made that he should be taken from the family just before it actually picked him up and we fled so in the end our mother stood in the living room in the morning and said you have ten minutes now has expensive things has already been called yes we were all in shock running through the house somewhere in japanese i knew not at all what i should pack i didn't know where i was going it was already clear to me somewhere they were hidden for now our first stop after we left was in newcastle and from there we took the train to london that was actually the last picture they had of us, the police then looked for time and also via the media very acutely wanted so first of all i know were definitely the scariest also not knowing when you arrive but sleep tonight is such a simple question and what are we going to eat today our mother and son told us we would come to a children’s home then she had of course we were really scared quite consciously and also told about the fact that one would be abused in the children's home and also stories of children's corpses and things like that we were really scared of life actually at that moment she then considered that I would do what she always does in in a situation like that she takes the five of us and is looking for new supporters our stations were initially in london a one-room apartment but then also in a squat in the municipality yes then finally came very suddenly you can have two police officers there was then the point is okay now is actually over you know where we are yes then we are at night just walk straight ahead yes there it was actually the first time we escaped on foot and really ran through the forest in the meantime and it definitely felt very threatening at the moment we looked for a hiding place violence where we slept four hours a resident of the community then at some point he decided that he would smuggle us out of there the problem was at that point in time that the streets were actually blocked off in the entire area because they knew we had to be there and there weren’t really any escape routes anymore he also had a very, very small car car you have to say we were seven people yes then we really squeezed together very, very closely so I shared a seat with my sister who was sitting in the footwell because there was a relatively thick woolen blanket above me that would have given me air very quickly under this blanket also started commenting a bit sweating crying that he was just creepy and also that we wu ssten we still have to go to the police here i just noticed at some point the car was slowing down because of course even now when we stopped the car was searched until it but didn’t stop so it drove to boston like a completely different corner of boston we then went all the way to the south and finally left the island there by boat and the smuggler who then took us to kabul, i.e. northern France, until we finally took the bus via munich we wanted to istanbul at that time or ours mother wanted to take us to istanbul then we were at the train station in munich and then there was a passport check and then of course there was the moment to realize that these are fake passports they then noticed yes then we as the police are actually at that moment this happens what we were always afraid of and i also realized that i was shaking terribly so i found my hands d it wasn't easy then even my whole body just surrendered and we were all completely upset except for our mother the first one very composed and doesn't see anything else hinted at or anything like that but i can just look at it so completely resigned as if she had given up now and i thought ok now everything will happen but even if you didn't expect it, in german law everything that happened back then in england was disregarded then she even got it right and for all of us actually only we have changed but she has her life will go on the same way as previously mentioned later also turned 15 years old when i no longer accepted that i then went into the conflict and confronted her i had to move out because it just wasn't possible anymore it's really not bearable and that led to the fact that at some point I thought okay, I've moved out now, but my siblings live on the other hand ch and then i also went to the youth welfare office and off we went and they just talked about it and i think i noticed that now things are getting tight again before she went into hiding again at the end of 2014 so with two of my siblings and one of her sisters also grew up with me and she was missed for another four and a half years it was somehow out of a kind of emancipation from my mother to say i talk to other people about it now talking to other people about anything at all that was the worst thing you could do was able to share with anyone what it was like at home i then decided that i would testify it was clear you need this perspective from one of us actually put everything on the table in court what had happened that just happened when you grew up you somehow understood it was a disease and it wasn't bad will or a bad person behind it he just wants to harm the environment that it's basically not what of course makes it sad again is that she wasn't treated why didn't she get any help why didn't she go into therapy that would have changed our lives a lot at the moment nobody really knows really from the family where she is traveling my family they are definitely my siblings and also adrion after high school when i moved away from Braunschweig afterwards on the one hand I had a lot of negative memories there everything on the other hand i really wanted to choose for myself where i would like to yes i actually came to leipzig when i moved here directly he then started studying law here with adrian and then we started studying law here for over ten years we have known each other is also a big part of my life somehow i am 27 now that means this whole phase of youth and adult and also would be a lot to the people who m he was there too and i grew together very well during that time, so very grateful that i was also included, that they opened up to me because i don't think it was ever before, let's say outsiders is great with all the trains were yes i also think that calm has now returned that we lead a stable life in which we can still do everything we wish for just if you liked this film subscribe to the documentary and don't miss any stories if you but if you want to know more then check out the tui logo instagram channel
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
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