ANSAmed 11 Sept. 2015: An initiative for a non-profit association acting as a low-cost airline to take Syrian refugees to Europe, thereby bypassing life-threatening land and sea routes, has been launched by theSwedish entrepreneurs Susanne Najafi and Emad Zand.
The two intend to use their experience in the humanitarian sector to get ‘Refugee Air’ on its feet, which will serve to enable refugees not to be stopped at airports or on ships as they normally would. No airline allows passengers to get on without visas in order to avoid being accused of transporting undocumented migrants. The entrepreneurs say that this can be got round by conducting the necessary checks at refugee camps in Turkey and Jordan to ascertain that the refugees have the right to receive asylum in the country they are heading to.
Tickets will cost much less than the thousands of euros demanded by human traffickers to bring the migrants to Europe. The association is raising funds and hopes to carry out its first flight in the coming months.
It had to come. Muslims transport more Muslim to realize Allah´s Koran´s command to colonize the west.
Thousands of Euros? the poor uneducated migrants arriving in Europe only have what the are wearing incl. expensive smartphones. Who pay for them?