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Palestinian Refugee Student Honored by Governor of Upper Austria

Published : 12-10-2020

Palestinian Refugee Student Honored by Governor of Upper Austria

Palestinian refugee Ahmad Fayez Diab, raised in Syria’s Khan Eshieh camp, earned the highest score at the Economics and Sales Department at Linz University.

Ahmad was honored by the Governor of Upper Austria, Thomas Stelzer, during a ceremony held in the city.

Ahmed’s family was displaced from Tabariya village, in Palestinian territories occupied by Israel since 1948, to Khan Eshieh camp, in Syria’s Rif Dimashq province. He fled the war-torn country to Austria in 2014.

“I advise everybody to take profit of every single moment and learn new languages for they are the key to cultural integration in western countries”, said Ahmed. “Young men wishing to enhance their skills should volunteer with NGOs such as the Red Cross”.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian refugees have achieved success stories, despite the traumatic upshots wrought by years of occupation and displacement from their motherland.

This includes scores of refugee students who have obtained the highest scores at their academic institutions; hundreds of refugee sportsmen/sportswomen who snatched the first places in regional and international competitions; dozens of artists who received renowned literary awards for their products and performances; and several housemakers who turned trauma into a space of creativity.

Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups around the world with immense humanitarian needs. Displacement from their native land—Palestine—has caused immense suffering and trauma over the decades.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10776

Palestinian refugee Ahmad Fayez Diab, raised in Syria’s Khan Eshieh camp, earned the highest score at the Economics and Sales Department at Linz University.

Ahmad was honored by the Governor of Upper Austria, Thomas Stelzer, during a ceremony held in the city.

Ahmed’s family was displaced from Tabariya village, in Palestinian territories occupied by Israel since 1948, to Khan Eshieh camp, in Syria’s Rif Dimashq province. He fled the war-torn country to Austria in 2014.

“I advise everybody to take profit of every single moment and learn new languages for they are the key to cultural integration in western countries”, said Ahmed. “Young men wishing to enhance their skills should volunteer with NGOs such as the Red Cross”.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian refugees have achieved success stories, despite the traumatic upshots wrought by years of occupation and displacement from their motherland.

This includes scores of refugee students who have obtained the highest scores at their academic institutions; hundreds of refugee sportsmen/sportswomen who snatched the first places in regional and international competitions; dozens of artists who received renowned literary awards for their products and performances; and several housemakers who turned trauma into a space of creativity.

Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups around the world with immense humanitarian needs. Displacement from their native land—Palestine—has caused immense suffering and trauma over the decades.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10776