â€œIn Afghanistan, we were all living together: Parents, children, and other relatives. We were 13 people in one house â€“ thatâ€™s normal for Afghans.
Here, itâ€™s just my son and me. We have been through lots of difficulties in every country we have passed.
Muzamil and me want to stay in Austria, because we like the country and the people. But when we went through Bulgaria, the police got hold of us and took our fingerprints by force. Thatâ€™s why we are afraid that they will send us back there. We donâ€™t want to go to Bulgaria, where the police beat my son.
We have been stuck here in this camp for 22 days already, and I think the police donâ€™t want to help us. All they say is â€˜You must waitâ€™. So we are waiting.”