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06-11-2013, 01:28 PM
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Muhamed Jenjaweed from Kutum to Croydon, south London, the fabricated

    Quote: Someone was knocking on the window glass. A handsome and courteously smiling young man with a Darfur Arabic accent. His name is Muhamed Issa Salim. After quick handshake, he got in. We left to his house. We were silent along the way to his house except for turn left or right for direction. It was simple flat with simple armchairs and TV set. There was a football match on the TV. It was the Qatari Premiership tournament.



    We broke the silence by talking about foot ball. It became clear he supports Al Hilal and that he is friendly and frankly despite the sadness on his eyes. He is very simple. He answers you quickly and shortly.



    We gradually began to feel little bit upset as we remember that we are sitting with a "professional killer".



    The young man can give the right required data although had no identity documents. He was born in July 14, 1985 in Kutum. He is from the Rizigat, Awlad Rashid. He would graze his cattle of the family until 2001. He immigrated to Libya to begin a new life. He was nicknamed Muhamed Jinjaweed, because has involved in the killing of 300 people according the Daily Mirror.



    His life in Damrat Al Sheikh was proceeding as normally and smoothly. Nothing makes him inconvenient unless there was a lack of pasture. They go out in search of pastures and water in limited area. No one of the tribe is interested to expatriate except Muhamed. He got married in 2001 and when his wife was pregnant he left the same year to Libya to begin a long journey. He was only 16 years old. He studied for only one year leaving primary school to join working life. He spent six years working in the farms and grazing. He collected money for the hoped for journey. He was dreaming of entering Britain. He was keen to have his dream real. He was in touch with his wife and relatives but infrequently. He wife gave birth to boy baby named Mustafa.



    In 2006, he left Libya on a boat along with 30 adventuresome immigrants from Ethiopian and Eritrea. He paid1,700 dollars fee usually demanded by people smugglers.



    Everyone was worried about the daring decision except Muhamed who sat at the front. The boat stopped in the mid way. They were crying and weeping except Muhamed who kept mum unless he remembers his son, Mustafa.





    People on board have lamented the crew for not checking the fuel. They discovered that he was only a passenger like them and that he was only trained to captain the boat. A young Eritrean man has contacted emergency number using his satellite phone. In less than half an hour, the Italian coast guards arrived.



    They mounted the coastguards' ship. They were only 10 miles from the Italian coasts. They have lamented their bad lucks except Muhamed who thanked the Almighty for the survival. He was dreaming of his way to Britain.



    The Italian coastguards have arrested the thirty illegal immigrants to join other immigrants with the same luck and destiny. They were fatigued, so they slept soundly except Muhamed who toured the camp to acquaint with the newcomers although he speaks no foreign language.



    They soon arrived in Lampedusa city. It's a small Italian island with small population. The life is glamorous. One of the Eritrean told him that "all the 300 people on the two boats bound to Italy from Libya were drowned". He was crying.



    In the evening the campers were in pair except Muhamed. Later, his Eritrean fellow came to tell him they would be transported to Crotone, south Italy where they would be enquired and have finger print and eye scan. Former infiltrators advised them to avoid the process because it limits their movement.



    Muhamed didn’t know how he slept and for how long when the Italian police awoke him to give a sandwich and a cup of juice.



    Muhamed used to be free in home village and his school which he deserted when he only six years old to be a prisoner.



    He remembered the lost freedom against when the police advised him to fasten the belt on board. They were 20 persons in Crone bound plane. They left for finger prints and eye scan. They spent the day in the camp. There were Chadian and Arabs from the Maghreb countries from their accent. They warned him of the finger prints. When it was dark, he realized that the Chadian was planning to escape.



    "To where?", he asked.

    "Any place where there is no fence or police", he answered.



    Nothing is stronger than ambition. Their guide was from the Maghreb country. They climbed the fence and slipped into a jungle. They went on foot for six hours till the morning. They had no water or tea in the morning. Muhamed went with African fellow. They used only sign language for communication.



    After half an hour they arrived at railway station. They got on the train without tickets. When they saw the ticket collectors, they hid in the toilet. They did that for three times until they have arrived at large station where, he got out leaving the African fellow behind. They waved their hands.

                  

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