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A Palestinian Syrian Female Refugee Journalist in France is Threatened with Eviction from her Home

Published : 18-10-2015

A Palestinian Syrian Female Refugee Journalist in France is Threatened with Eviction from her Home

The Palestinian Syrian female journalist, Samah Abu Baker, who resorted to France a year ago, is living under the threat of expulsion from her house.

According to media sources, Samah had been arrested from the Syrian regime's TV building because of the bias of the revolution, saying that she traveled after leaving the prison to Lebanon.

The sources said, quoting Samah, that after more than 6 months in Lebanon, she communicated with "Naseem Center" and "French Lebanese Center for Human Rights" and was able to secure asylum in France in cooperation with "Samir Kassir Foundation to Protect Press Freedoms".

However, she found herself suddenly threatened to be thrown in the street by the (Kada) organization which pledged to secure housing since the beginning of the asylum but abandoned, forcing her to sit in in front of "Aloovira," the body responsible for giving the refugees the right of asylum in France.

According to Samah's  conversation with a website,  (Alcada) had communicated with them on Monday, October 12 telling her of the need to attend to interview with the Director of (Alcada) in order to receive her file and end her association with the organization and assured her not to secure housing".

 (Alcada) dealt with her with a kind of repression and psychological pressure, pointing out that when she objected and told them that France sent her visa, the social assistance denied and claimed that France did not elicit any refugees into its territory and even told her loud and clear: "If you do not like France you can change the country of asylum."

The journalist hopes to receive new solutions, during the second interview, which has been invited by the organization.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2103

The Palestinian Syrian female journalist, Samah Abu Baker, who resorted to France a year ago, is living under the threat of expulsion from her house.

According to media sources, Samah had been arrested from the Syrian regime's TV building because of the bias of the revolution, saying that she traveled after leaving the prison to Lebanon.

The sources said, quoting Samah, that after more than 6 months in Lebanon, she communicated with "Naseem Center" and "French Lebanese Center for Human Rights" and was able to secure asylum in France in cooperation with "Samir Kassir Foundation to Protect Press Freedoms".

However, she found herself suddenly threatened to be thrown in the street by the (Kada) organization which pledged to secure housing since the beginning of the asylum but abandoned, forcing her to sit in in front of "Aloovira," the body responsible for giving the refugees the right of asylum in France.

According to Samah's  conversation with a website,  (Alcada) had communicated with them on Monday, October 12 telling her of the need to attend to interview with the Director of (Alcada) in order to receive her file and end her association with the organization and assured her not to secure housing".

 (Alcada) dealt with her with a kind of repression and psychological pressure, pointing out that when she objected and told them that France sent her visa, the social assistance denied and claimed that France did not elicit any refugees into its territory and even told her loud and clear: "If you do not like France you can change the country of asylum."

The journalist hopes to receive new solutions, during the second interview, which has been invited by the organization.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2103