WE ARE READY FOR ANYTHING, JUST TO GET AWAY FROM THE WAR: Here's what refugees seeking a better life had to say!
Fatima from Syria along with her husband is ready to overcome any obstacle to rescue her children from the misery and hunger that has befallen them because of the war in the Middle East
Syrian refugees said that they did not fear the announcement that the Hungarian government will severely punish anyone caught illegally in its territory.
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In the past week, more than two thousand refugees crossed the Hungarian border, but many of them were arrested and housed in collective centers. However, they do not want to stay there because they do not feel safe, says Informer.
On an abandoned Subotica brickyard, hundreds of migrants wait patiently for the right moment to cross the border.
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- There is no wire, no fences, no wall, no police, no army- nothing that will stop me, to, as many times as necessary, try to get hold of Sweden! If necessary, let them shoot at us, they can kill us all, but they can not stop us from trying to save our lives. I'm not afraid of death, let alone Hungarians - said Abdullah, a Syrian refugee who arrived by train from Belgrade to the village of Aleksandrovo on the outskirts of Subotica.
He is ready to continue his journey on foot along the tracks toward Hungary.
Syrian woman, Fatima together with her husband is ready to overcome any obstacle to provide her children with the chance for a better future in Germany.
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- We are fleeing the war, and we know that we will be welcomed by a barbed wire on the border with Hungary along with the the police and army. They want to prevent us from saving our children from starvation and death! But my husband and I are ready to risk our lives in order to provide them with a better future. Nothing will stop us - said Fatima, while feeding one child, calming another and clothing a third.
Via Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Nedzib along with her mother is traveling from Syria to England.
- They forced us everywhere, but, they let us through in the end. We were best welcomed in Serbia. No one bothers us, nor looks at us with fear or hatred - said Nedzib.
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