IamA (29, M) Syrian who was able to escape from Ghouta to Germany on a journey of death AMA!
DEAR REDDITORS: As I multiple times in my answers, my english is not very good so this AMA is possible due to cousin in Canada who is translating and typing my answers for you people. I will continue to answer as many questions as I can for the day. I will unfortunately have to stop afterwards since he (my cousin) have a family and it's the weekend. Also, he has to go back to work as of Monday morning and I have language school. It was a great experience. Thank you all for your support and your kind words. Those who disagree, you are welcome too and that's the beauty of living in Europe, freedom of opinion, something I would have not been able to exercise in Syria. Thank you. For more answers, please refer to the AMA at the syriancivilwar sub.
My short bio: I used to live in the town of Jobar which is the gateway or the battle front to the Ghouta. After losing my mother, my sister and many more loved ones and friends to the bombardments of the Assad Regime as well as many who died under torture or simply vanished.
In May 2014, I was forced to leave Syria and head for Lebanon. From there, along with few friends we took a very risky and perilous journey to Germany. A journey that took us from Lebanon to Algeria in mid July 2014. In late July, we sailed on board those dangerous and very crowded ferries from the Libyan coasts heading for the Italian shores before being picked up by a NATO warship on duty in the Mediterranean. We spent five days on board the NATO ship until it finished its tour, picking up more refugees on the way before heading back to Italy.
My Proof: full album http://imgur.com/a/5HVLt