Original Post by Rome Reports: https://www.romereports.com/en/2020/01/03/refugee-presumed-dead-for-two-years-rescued-from-libyan-detention-camp/
A phone call from a son thought dead for two years can be a mother’s indescribable joy in a life upended by war.
For people like Mohamed Daood, who spent two years in a detention camp in Libya, violence, fear and exile are anything but old news and abstractions.
Refugee from Darfur
“They beat us, something like this. The people say you are slaves. They beat the people, punish the people. There is no food.”
For Mohamed, it wasn’t just the physical abuse he endured that made a lasting impact. It was also the verbal affront to his dignity.