Let us prevent a second deportationattempt to Somalia on 17/07/2019 . deportation avoideded

Update 21/07/2019: A has returned on 19/07/2019 and is currently isolated (cachot) in the closed centre 127 bis. He was mistreated by his escort and the passengers in Istambul of the Turkish Airlines flight to Djibouti have resisted his deportation. He was flown back to Brussels with his escort. Further information will follow….They promise a new flight…

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Mobilisation on 17/07/2019 at 3.20 pm to talk to passengers at the airport and ask them to contact the flight commander to order the police to suspend this deportation.Flight 17/07/2019 Turkish Airlines TK 1944 to Istambul 3.20 pm…..

Mr. A is from Somalia. He arrived in Belgium in 2015. He was 17 years old, lived on the street and already had severe post-traumatic stress, certified by a psychiatrist. He submitted an asylum application in 2015 and 2017, which was rejected.CGRS and the RVV (Council for Foreigners’ Disputes) had questioned the credibility of his story;

He was arrested and placed in a detention centre on 16/02/2019.
He made two new asylum applications from the detention centre, one for medical reasons. Mogadishu is considered a safe city by the CGRS and the RVV Conseil du contentieux (Council for Foreigners’ Disputes).
During the past five months, he has suffered all the setbacks to which everyone in the detention centres are subjected. The Immigration Department continued to harass him, despite his very worrying physical and psychological condition. His requests for release, made by his successive lawyers, were rejected by the judge.

Mr. A has no one more in Somalia. His father was murdered in Somalia in 2013, his brother is a recognized refugee in Germany and his mother lives in a refugee camp outside Somalia.

He underwent a first deportation attempt on 01/04/2019, which he refused. A second deportation attempt was planned for 25/06/2019, which was cancelled at the last minute because, according to the Immigration Office, a member of his escort was ill.

On 12/07/2019, a detention order was extended to enable a new deportation.

The Office has planed to forcibly deport him with a European pass on 17/07/2019. Mr A will not have the physical strenght (“He is as fat as a shrimp” says his host) to resist this expulsion. He will be handcuffed by federal police officers restreined by links and kept by an escort.

He urged us to inform the passengers about his presence on the plane and to address the staff and the flight commander, who is the only authority whp can finally decide whether or not to deport him on his flight. http://www.gettingthevoiceout.org/how-to-stop-a-deportation/

Mobilisation on 17/07/2019 at 1.20 pm to talk to passengers at the airport and ask them to contact the flight commander to order the police to suspend this deportation.Flight 17/07/2019 Turkish Airlines TK 1944 to Istambul 15h20…..

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Turkish Airlines
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Maggie Deblock
info.maggiedeblock@minsoc.fed.be
02 528 69 00
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Monsieur Roosemont, Directeur de l’Office des Etrangers
Bur_Presse@dofi.fgov.be T02 793 80 31 – 02 79380 30 (FR), Fax
02 274 66 40

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