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The Human Aspect of Motaleb

I was an interpreter for the French army in Kabul, that led to treats towards me and my family, that ended up with me having to flee for my life and apply for a French visa. I had to leave my life and home with a heavy heart and now the challenges of being a refuge started, alone and in unknown cultures.

  • Depression
  • Refugee
  • War & conflict

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