A stranger in my own homeland

Have you experienced the feeling of displacement and being a stranger, to the point of feeling like a foreigner, in your own home country? What if the displacement is unjust and occurs for political, capitalistic, or ethnic reasons, in the same country that is supposed to be a safe home for all? This episode of Aswatona Podcast is about real stories that happened to people living as strangers in their own lands. \r\n\r\nModeration & Production: Ines Agrebi, Esra Saleh, Sabreen Taha, Tabarek AlZubaidi\r\n\r\nInterview Partners: Yousif Raheem\r\n\r\nTranslation of the transcript: Layal Iqdam (English), Sondos Gamal Elhosseiny (German)\r\n\r\nDubbing Artists: Ines Agrebi, Esra Saleh, Sabreen Taha, Tabarek AlZubaidi, Hakam Shakir (English), Janine von Stülpnagel, Tija Uhlig, Michelle Kollberg, Katrin Schäfer, Benjamin Stedler (German)\r\n\r\nAswatona Podcast was created in the frame of the project “Our Voices”. This project is implemented by Nahostcast e.V. and MitOst e.V. and supported by the German Federal Foreign Office. Find more information on www.nahostcast.de or www.mitost.org.

Contributors:

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Tabarak Al Zubaidi
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Esraa Saleh
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Sabreen Taha
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Ines Agrebi
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