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Hussein has faced obstacles since he’s taken refuge in Europe. Obtaining a European residency was a lengthy process since, as a Syrian maktum,[1] he did not possess any recognised proof of identity. Hussein Ma’ami was born in al-Hasakeh in 1984. As a result of the special census carried out by the Syrian government in 1962, his family was divided, some becoming ajanib,[2] and others remaining citizens. His father being an ajnabi, and his mother a citizen of Syrian nationality, he ended up...
Her ku "Mehmûd" bilêta xwe a sor li pêş hinekan derdixist, wî gelekî fedî dikir, ji ber wî dizanîbû ku ti sûda wê tune ye, dêmek ew yek ji Kurdên Sûriyê yên bê nasnametî ye, ên ku berovajî hemwelatiyên xwedî nasnametiya Sûriyê, ji tevahiya mafên xwe yên hemwelatbûnê bêpar in. Di sala 1960î de, "Mehmûd Isma'îl Mihemed" li bajarokê Tirbe Spiyê yê parêzgeha Hisiçayê jidayik bûye, bi jin e û neh zarokên wî hene, herwiha ew ji malbatekê ye ku tevahiya endamên wê ji Kurdên Sûriyê yên bê nasnametî...
Mahmoud always feels ashamed whenever he present his red card, that he considers worthless, since it is for stateless Syrian Kurds, who are deprived of all of his citizenship rights. Mahmoud al-Muhammad bin Ismail was born in the al-Qahtaniyah/Tarbassiyah town in al-Hasakah Governorate in 1960. He is now married with nine children. Most of Mahmoud’s family members are stateless, specifically ajanib[1] including his father and children. Mahmoud spoke to STJ field researcher during an interview conducted in March 2018: