In their kitchen where they live now in the Ranum Asylum center, hanging on the shelves there are many signs with a word: "Positive"."
"People who lived here before us have left these papers, and we like to keep them, because it's good luck," said Mohammad, a 54 year-old Palestinian from Syria.
He and his wife Najwa have five children, but the oldest, Ezzat, 22, lives separated from his family now. He was caught in Bulgaria.
"Now he is in Germany," continues Mohammad's wife, "and we are here waiting for the results of our interview. If it is positive, we can get to him, because of family reunification. Otherwise, we don't know."
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