Germany, Berlin, Berlin, May 18, 2017, Here: Muhannad Qaiconie, who fled his home in Aleppo in 2013 – because of the war.
In February 2017 Syrian refugee Muhannad Qaiconie, a former student of English Literature, founded an Arabic library in Berlin, which offering literature in Arabic, German and English. He runs it together with an international team of academics, writers and publishers. The library is located at the top floor of a repurposed high-rise hotel now used as accommodation for families from Syria and Iraq.
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