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A Child Was Abused Inside Bramsche-Hesepe Lager!

On the 28th of July, 2006 during the lunch time,my son Ali-nine years old child was trying to have his lunch at the canteen inside Bramsche-Hesepe lager.He asked for another banana for his mother,but the chef refused to give him one. At the end, the chef ordered the gaurd to kick him out!
The gaurd who works for the lager carried the boy by his fingernails,stepped on his feet and pressed his head and pushed him against a bicycle outside the canteen, he chased him out each time he tried to re-enter the canteen, so the boy began to cry,but no one told this man to stop.
On the contrary the chef and the others, who work in the kitchen were just watching & laughing!
Two women inside the kitchen saw the incident,but did nothing.
I went with him to the police station then to the hospital because his back was hurt by the bicycle and his stomach was hurt by the gaurd´s nails.
The police officer questioned my son and forgot about his story after that!
I sent a letter to the Stadtanwalt about the incident, and afterwards the socialamt asked me to give up, but I refused because none has the right to hurt my only son.Few days later Ali´s wounds were infected,so I took him to a doctor in Bremen where we were supposed to have a vacation and got a report about the infection.She treated him and prescribed a cream which was not helping.
Since that bad incident, Ali has been having nightmares at night and I wake him up trying to calm him down, he also wets the bed at night, so I asked the Socialamt to consult a psychological doctor for my son as the children´s doctor instructed but I didn´t get any answer until last week. Ali has an appointment with a psychological doctor next week, the 3rd(third) of November,but they told me that he must go alone to the doctor!
On the other hand, after all this,I was ordered by the Ausländerbehörde to bring my documents from Lebanon within three weeks otherwise they are going to cut my pocket money and prevent me from the one-euro job I was doing, all this happened during the Israeli attack against my country Lebanon, where hundreds of people were killed and most of the villages were destroyed by Israel, and they want to send me back there! three minutes after I left the Ausländerbehörde I had a nerve cramp in the corridor of the house inside the lager,and I had to wait more than one hour for the ambulance to come.The doctor tried to lift my hands and my feet with the help of nurses ,but they couldn´t, so I was injected with many doses of valium, a sedative-hypnotic at the same time!
Later on,I had three cramps in one week and my only medicine was : valium!
Each time I have had a cramp I had to wait more than half an hour for the ambulance to come. When I realized what´s happenning to me, I stopped to take the valium because it kept me asleep all day and night and still I have to take care of my only son Ali...
Then I realized that I have two bad choices : either I take the valium and sleep most of the time or the cramps!
Can you help me to decide the better of the two evils???

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