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Kerst 2018/Niet welkom

59.395 LIVES

Since September 2015 until August 2018, we have managed to save each and every one of these people, giving them a chance to reach dry land after embarking on one of the most dangerous voyages of their lives at sea.

A rescue helicopter leaves after evacuating a mother and her new born baby following their rescue with other nearly 300 migrants off the coast of Libya. AFPA rescue helicopter leaves after evacuating a mother and her new born baby following their rescue with other nearly 300 migrants off the coast of Libya. AFP
GEEN PLAATS IN ITALIE
NADAT ITALIE ZIJN HAVENS GESLOTEN HAD VOOR WANHOPIGE
VLUCHTELINGEN, DIE DOOR NGO OPEN ARMS WERDEN GERED,
WERDEN SLECHTS EEN VROUW EN HAAR PASGEBOREN BABY TOEGELATEN TOT MALTA, DAT EVENEENS REGELMATIG ZIJN
GRENZEN SLUIT VOOR VLUCHTELINGEN
MOEDER EN KIND WERDEN GEEVACUEEERD MET HET
VLIEGTUIG OP BOVENSTAANDE FOTO
 
 
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KOMT DAT BEKEND VOOR?
GEEN PLAATS IN DE HERBERG……

Personnel from LifeBoat, right, and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station, left, assist refugees aboard a vessel that will take them to the Topaz-Responder and, ultimately, to Europe, on Nov. 22, 2016.
Jason Pohl, The Coloradoan
VLUCHTELINGEN, GERED DOOR EEN ANDERE NGO, LIFE BOAT
KERST 2018/NIET WELKOM
LEZERS!
Ze gingen op weg.
Niet omdat ze dat zo graag wilden, maar omdat de bittere
noodzaak er was.
De tocht was zwaar, vol ontberingen, zeker voor een aanstaande
moeder.
Maar achterblijven was geen optie.
Iedereen was immers op weg, ook uit noodzaak.

 

 

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Rescued migrants head for Spain after Italy closes ports/Letter of solidarity to NGO Open Arms

59.395 LIVES

Since September 2015 until August 2018, we have managed to save each and every one of these people, giving them a chance to reach dry land after embarking on one of the most dangerous voyages of their lives at sea.

A rescue helicopter leaves after evacuating a mother and her new born baby following their rescue with other nearly 300 migrants off the coast of Libya. AFPA rescue helicopter leaves after evacuating a mother and her new born baby following their rescue with other nearly 300 migrants off the coast of Libya. AFP
 
NO PLACE IN ITALY…….
 
AFTER ITALY HAD CLOSED ITS PORTS FOR DESPERATE
REFUGEES, WHO WERE RESCUED BY OPEN ARMS, ONLY ONE
WOMAN AND HER NEWBORN BABY WERE ADMITTED TO MALTA,
THAT ALSO REGULARLY CLOSED ITS PORTS FOR REFUGEES
MOTHER AND CHILD WERE EVACUATED WITH THE AIRPLANE
ON THE PHOTOGRAPH
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DOES THAT SOUND FAMILIAR?
NO PLACE IN THE INN…….

Personnel from LifeBoat, right, and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station, left, assist refugees aboard a vessel that will take them to the Topaz-Responder and, ultimately, to Europe, on Nov. 22, 2016.
Jason Pohl, The Coloradoan
REFUGEES RESCUED  BY ANOTHER NGO, LIFE BOAT

 

RESCUED MIGRANTS HEAD FOR SPAIN AFTER ITALY
CLOSES PORTS/STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY TO NGO OPEN ARMS
BEFORE…….
Dear Readers
Open Arms is an NGO  organisation, which has saved nearly
60 000 refugees, who probably should have drowned in the Mediterranean
Sea or faced a horror future in Libya, when not rescued by Open Arms
 
To thank them for their humanity and determination to save lives, I wrote
them a Letter of Solidarity.

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