'Certain things in your life there’s a knowing it has to happen.'
A target of the Taliban at home, this student left for Europe.
'I can’t stay [in Europe] alone.'
Greeks have been taking care of refugees arriving on their shores for years. Now it takes foreign volunteers to help them manage the flow of people.
'Will they welcome us? Do they like Arabs? How about Iranians? Does it make a difference?'
Aiysha, Nadir and baby Mohamed are sleeping rough — along with 4,000 others — at an informal refugee camp on Lesbos, because there is no room in the police-run camp on the island.
Like millions of others, Abdullah is just trying to find a way to survive and provide for his family.
'The dehumanization of the leaders of the community, and definitely the community itself, is becoming part of the mainstream.'
The video comes in the midst of a wave of attacks in Israel, the majority of them in Jerusalem.
'I feel lighter than an Egyptian ballot box.'