At a time of political and social tension, racist and far-right perceptions and practices attempt to conquer the public space and speech.
Against this we can not remain indifferent. For this and for many other reasons, having antifascism as a common space of mass and collective action, we organize for the 2nd year the Antifascist Festival of Lesvos. Our goal is to bring together individuals and collectives who envision a world that has no place for fascists, racists, sexists, homophobes and all those who face different as dangerous.


Friday 28/9:
-Afternoon demonstration in the center of the city
-Hip hop live concert

Saturday 29/9:
-Political discussion with central theme; “The facets of fascism with or without swastika in Greece.”
-Punk/Rock live concert

*There will be political stands of various collectives in the festival area both days.


~Detailed programme to be announced!

Solidarity with the 10 persecuted migrants for the events of July 10, 2017 in Moria Camp

The industry of criminalization of migrant lives continues as just a few weeks after the trial of the #freethemoria35 another trial takes place in Chios. This time 10 people are accused for events that took place on the 10 of July of 2017, just a week before the riots that lead to the prosecution of the #Moria35.

The events that have put this “industry” in action were part of a series of protests by immigrants demanding freedom of movement from Lesvos to mainland Greece, and against the conditions in Moria camp and unfair asylum procedure. On 10 July 2017, a protest erupted in Moria Camp. The demonstration was a response to the rejection of asylum claims and systematic detention of asylum seekers in Lesvos. The police in Moria responded by attacking the crowd with tear gas. There were no serious injuries, but the containers of several NGOs were targeted, including Euro Relief, a religious Christian organization responsible for providing basic services in the Camp. EuroRelief has been denounced for collusion with the police, discrimination against and failure to protect LGBTQ+ immigrants, and for prosthelatysing inhabitants of Moria Camp.
It is this resistance to the repression against immigrant lives that triggered the prosecutions in this case.
The arrests in the case took place weeks after the events, and were not random as in the case of the #moria35. Among the prosecuted is a well known migrant who has been organizing and assisting people to claim their rights for over a year. Mohamadou, who has received asylum, did not remain a passive observer of the situation and the treatment which he and other people were receiving.  Instead he tried to change things and empower his fellow immigrants. As one of the representatives for the Mali community, he attended meetings, discussed with people in the camp responsible for conditions and the asylum procedure, and organized along with other actors. It seems like that he is being punished for this role in organizing the migrants community and raising awareness of the dehumanizing treatment immigrants receive when they reach Lesvos.
The message behind this specific prosecution is that all the parts of the machine of Moria are essential for its function and continuity, and that no resistance will be tolerated. Nor the place of the migrants which is to passively accept what has been planned for them nor the role of the NGO’s which is encircled inside this detention – centered system.  And in order to ensure that, the responsible of the camp, the police, the prosecutors, try to make sure that every effort of the immigrants to organize and protest against any part of this machine, will be crushed.
We have witness this kind of counterinsurgency politics before, as state repression has been a tool against our struggles in everyday life. Confronting these series of prosecutions we are gonna stand in solidarity with the people that face the encriminilization of their lives and make sure that they don;t stand alone against this machine that is called European migration Policy.

Solidarity Assembly with the 35 Persecuted Migrants



Solidarity Call at Courthouse of Chios

Friday May 11 at 09.00 a.m.

Update from Day 2 of the trial for the 35 persecuted migrants from Moria (23/04/2018)

In between a police ring, and with last night’s events in Mytilene still in our heads, the second day of the trial of the 35 persecuted migrants from Moria began.

After the technical difficulties that the acoustic of the first day was faced with, today a microphone system was installed. However, thanks to the tremendous inspiration of whoever installed it, half of the trial was conducted with an echo effect, preventing the audience, as well as the defendants and the judges from hearing anything.

The court was adjourned with the examination of the witnesses for the prosecution. Out of the 10 witnesses that had been called in total, only seven showed up, six policemen and a fireman,

Three of the policemen (Stefopoulos Apostolos, Chasapis Vasilios, Kousvis Efstathios) were the heads of the riot police squads that operated on the day of the riot in the Moria detention centre. Within a jumble of contradictions and timeline deviations, they tried to claim, even through their preliminary examinations, that the 35 persecuted migrants were part of a frantic crowd that, without any reason, kept attacking the police for six hours, and tried to set fires left and right. The police, on the other hand, according to the testimonies of these witnesses, in a completely calm and well-planned operation, evacuated the camp from all the rest (although none of them could recall whether there were two, three or five thousand people who were staying in the camp at the time) trapped around 200 people in one area of the camp, where two out of the three squads (each numbering 12 people) restrained 32 of the 35 defendants while they were still throwing stones to the police. Surely, today they could not identify any one of the defendants, but (swearing with their hand on the gospel all the while) in the summer they were absolutely certain. What was also impressive was the ability of witness for prosecution Kousvis Efstathios to testify as an eye-witness for events that took place in the Moria detention centre before his squad had even arrived in the area, as his co-workers testified. This one had in fact been identified by various defendants as the squad members who was especially violent during the arrests, seriously injuring many of them. A moment of mirth was also offered to the audience by the difficulty that the witnesses faced in distinguishing between African and Latin American migrants (among the rest of the defendants there is one from Haiti and one from the Dominican Republic), as for them all black migrants are Africans.

Next came the testimony of the head of the unit of external guarding and registration, Amoutzias Dimitrios, who, while testifying that he was in close proximity to the events since the start of the protests, could not identify any one of the defendants, apart from 3 defendants whom he insisted he recalled throwing stones along with the rest of the crowd, while these same three defendants had been arrested by firemen in a different area, far away from the rest.

The head of the camp’s security forces for the day, Brilakis Dimitrios, arrived to the courthouse to testify for the damage to his car which was parked inside the detention centre. No one was able to understand how the head of security did not involve himself with the events that took place, but instead took his car and drove away, being upset with the damage that had occurred to it. When asked about the events that took place on the day, he seemed quite confused, and had serious trouble remembering the times at which the events occurred.

Last on the police witnesses’ side was Stroggilou Athena, who was called to testify regarding the report she composed regarding the registered damage to various vehicles. However, there was an objection borne by the defense attorney concerning her testimony, the reason being that she had been a clerk at the preliminary investigation for the case, and so her testimony as a witness was not allowed.

Without any doubt, the highlight of the day was the testimony of the fire department’s deputy chief, Tsouvalas Chrysoulis. Although while listening to the first prosecution witness, who did not manage to support the case for arson, he whispered that “he would take up next, and he would fuck these sons of bitches up”, when he found himself in the witness spot, he seemed rather confused. He assuredly claimed that he would be able to remember with all certainty, even if 50 years had passed, the three people who he saw from a distance of 50 metres ducking next to some bushes, on a wet ground, and being under the impression that they were trying to set a fire he issued an order for their pursuit. Of course, when he was called to identify them in the court, and although the court seat had kindly enough asked the 3 defendants that he had identified in the preliminary hearings to stand up, he misidentified 2 out of 3 of them. He didn’t manage to explain how they managed to set fire when no lighter or flammable substance had been found on their person, nor how the three specific defendants could have been arrested according to his warrant at 15:30, and himself seeing them at 17:00 doing what he accused them of doing. He also explained to the court, while often consulting the stars, that the employees and the cars of the fire department and the police are so fast that they could have identified someone at 17:00, chased him for more than 300 metres on bumpy and sloppy ground, arrested him while he was putting up resistance, transferred him to Mytilene’s police department which is located 11km away, and have created and checked the report of search and confiscation at 17:18. According to his testimony, 10 minutes would be enough for all this, as the police cars ‘fly’ when they have their sirens on.

Another positive thing of the day was that the court seat agreed to the viewing of the various videos that exist of the arrests of the day, videos that actually prove the lies of the prosecution, as well as the excessive police brutality.

It is necessary, still, to note that the trial that is in process concerns 35 migrants who were kept invisible during their entrapment in the Moria detention centre, and are still being kept invisible in the courthouse. Putting up the front of speeding up the processes, the defendants watched the prosecution witnesses without any substantial interpretation.

With the completion of the witnesses for the prosecution testimonies, the second day of trial was completed and was called off until Thursday, April 26th. On Thursday, the trial will continue with the reading of some defence documents and the hearing of the witnesses of defense.

Solidarity with the persecuted migratns from Moria and Petrou Ralli

Solidarity Assembly with the 35 Persecuted Migrants



New Solidarity Call at Courthouse of Chios

Thursday April 26 at 09.00 a.m.

(Ελληνικά) Δράσεις Αλληλεγγύης στους 35 Διωκόμενους Μετανάστες της Μόριας

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Αλληλεγγύη στους 35 Διωκόμενους Μετανάστες της Μόριας

Μικροφωνικής Αλληλεγγύης

Πέμπτη 22 Μαρτίου στις 18:00 στην Ερμου (Εθνική Τράπεζα)

Πάρτυ Οικονομικής Ενίσχυσης

Σάββατο 24 Μαρτίου μετά τις 22:00 στο Χατζηγιάννειο Κτίριο (Λαδάδικα)


Political Call for Solidarity with the 35 Persecuted Migrants from Moria

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The Political Call in PDF

After the completion of the preliminary investigation, the court date for the 35 migrants that are being accused of having participated in the revolt that took place in the Moria detention centre on July 18 in 2017, has been set for April 20 in the Mixed Jury Court of Chios.

A few words on the incidents of that day

Since months, refugees have been organizing for their rights due to the large delays in the processing of their asylum applications and due to the wretched conditions under which they are forced to live in the Moria detention centre. On July 17, a group of migrants, mainly of African origin, had announced that they would go on repeated protests.    An additional reason for the protests are the wretched conditions they have to endure in the detention centre of Moria. The announced protest is the climactic result of various smaller and more impulsive protests, which took place in the detention centre as well as in the town of Mytilene. During that time, several of the migrants, who were organising to resist the state’s repressive policies, had been threatened by the police that they would soon find out “who the boss in the detention centre is”, whereupon NGO workers urged them to quit the protests.

On Tuesday, July 18, during a sit-in protest outside the European Asylum Support Offices (EASO) that lead its employees to leave their offices, the authorities pointed out that the protesting migrants are themselves to blame for the delayed processing of the asylum applications, causing another group of migrants to turn against them. Subsequently, the protesting migrants left the camp to block the main street outside. While shouting slogans outside the camp, police forces from inside as well as outside the detention centre attacked them with stones, teargas and stun grenades.The migrants responded by throwing rocks back at the police and starting small fires.

After the conflict, the interior of the detention centre had returned to “normality”, yet police forces started a purge inside Moria. The migrants had to face the menace of the riot police, who stormed house-containers, beating anyone indiscriminately until finally arresting 35 people at random. Their sole criterion was skin colour, since they were targeting people of African descent. The arrestees were brought to the Central Police Department of Lesvos, where they were held without any medical help despite having suffered severe beatings. Only one of the arrestees was taken with an ambulance to the hospital directly from the detention centre, due to loss of consciousness, after having suffered a murderous strike at his nape. During the following month, rumours about complementary arrests were going round, terrorising the entrapped migrants even more, which lead many of them to leave their tents and containers for fear of being targeted. The insecure situation created an atmosphere of powerlessness, passivity and a feeling of defeatism.

The judicial data

Severely beaten and terrified, the 35 accused were presented to an investigator, facing serious charges, among which most notably “life-threatening arson”. This accusation may result in many years of imprisonment and simultaneously exclude the convicted from the asylum process. More specifically, the in total four accusations are as follows:

  1. Arson by intent from which a hazard may arise for a person, jointly.
  2. Dangerous physical harm, attempted as well as executed to the detriment of police and fire brigade officers, jointly and repeatedly.
  3. Damage in form of arson of foreign ownership and of an object that serves a common benefit, jointly and repeatedly.
  4. Resistance performed by more than one person, who had their faces covered and carried potentially dangerous objects.

The court ordered a pre-trial detention for 30 of the accused, while the remaining five (the seriously injured and four other migrants, who had not been provided with an interpreter for the period of a month and a half) saw restrictive orders of residence on the island and had to make an appearance at the police department twice a month.

Out of the 30 detainees, 10 are in prison on Chios Island, 13 in Korydallos (Athens), six in the juvenile detention facilities in Avlona (Attica) and one was transferred from Avlona to Malandrino prison (Central Greece). Serious issues resulted from their separation, since they were imprisoned far away from their lawyers and friends, greatly aggravating their isolation and uncertainty, while posing significant obstacles to their preparation for the upcoming trial. This practice has been applied to political prisoners in the past, for instance in a similar case concerning eight persecuted migrants from Petrou Ralli.

Initially, their defence had been assumed by lawyers active in NGOs on the island and as the case started to trigger public attention, more NGOs appeared willing to adopt some of the court cases. However, only days before the trial date was set, the NGOs Solidarity Now, Metadrasi and Synyparxis Lesbos announced their withdrawal from the process. Accordingly, the already problematic situation was severely aggravated, since the defendants had to find new lawyers. As a result, nine of the migrants on trial will be represented by lawyers from solidarity groups.

The role judicial authorities play in counter-insurgency practices becomes clear in the location of the chosen court. The transfer of the trial to Chios stands in contradiction with the court’s own decision of imposing restriction orders on five defendants. Despite the judges being aware of the defendants’ precarious financial situation, the trial will take place on Chios and is expected to last for several days, which creates enormous costs of residence in addition to travel expenses. Furthermore, the location of the trial creates serious limitations to the presence of witnesses in their defence. As the events took part in the detention center of Moria, many of the eyewitnesses are migrants put under administrative restrictions, who do not have the option to leave Lesvos. The same can be said for many local witnesses. Due to limited transport between the two islands, day-to-day presence is rendered impossible, wherefore witnesses would have to put their jobs on hold for an indefinite period of time and at whatever cost. The removal of essential testimonies resulting from the choice of location serves as a convenient pretext for the vengeful and premeditated attitude of the judiciary authorities towards the persecuted migrants.

Anti-migration policies          

While global geopolitical contestations continue, showing no sign of decrease, economic expansionism flourishes and various authoritarian and fundamentalist regimes keep appearing in every corner of the world, Fortress Europe intensifies its military-police management of the migration flow. Perhaps better organised than ever, the decision for the creation of spaces of exception at the European borders takes shape; spaces where all those who have not lost their lives during their passages, will be detained and suffer severe devaluation and violence. By means of a system of continuous human degradation, migrants will be categorised as “wanted” or “unwanted”. Those wanted will serve as the necessary new labor force of Europe, while at the same time providing an alibi for the anti-migration death policies. The rest will inevitably be criminalised, since their only feasible option is to travel further without documents, whereupon they will be exploited as cheap labor forces, which is fundamental to the reproduction of power structures manifested in local and global capital. Their only other option is deportation to their countries of origin or to third countries.

Additionally, migrant populations have become the new “internal enemy”. The media aid in the construction of a reality under threat so as to justify the existence of totalitarianism  as “socially necessary”. Migrants are portrayed as biologically and culturally inferior or as contagious disease carriers, while being placed in camps lacking sanitary facilities. The use of a militaristic rhetoric aids in migrants being represented as invaders, justifying Greek and European army forces taking position at the borders but also expanding their operations in the interior of Fortress Europe. A “state of emergency” is being introduced in an increasing number of areas in Europe. A doctrine that comes out of, while simultaneously evoking the necessary national cohesion and consensus needed for a continuation of intensified policies of devaluation of the “bottom” of society.

Nevertheless, “war against migrants” means money. The industry that developed due to the governance of migration populations should not be overlooked. Capital continues to be reproduced either through military equipment serving the protection and surveillance of the borders or through human capital, as a consequence of the widespread doctrine of military humanitarianism.

Given the context, Lesvos was chosen, for the second time in its recent history, as the main area for the application of the anti-migration border policies at the beginning of the so-called “Eastern Mediterranean Route”. As a result, new military-police forces and different types of detention centres have emerged in addition to the encouragement of  a crucial social detachment in order to generate consent for the death-politics that are unfolding. Policies that led to dozens of dead people being washed ashore plus the deaths of 14 people inside the detention centres. Totalitarianism casts a cloud over life on the island with few cracks opened up by the resistance of the migrants, but also by parts of a widespread, international counter-movement, which has shown numerous and continuous actions. These moments of resistance that provide short-lived autonomy, cause migrants being subjected to even more terror and violence in order to isolate them from the ones who stand by them in solidarity.

Solidarity for every reason in the world

The decision to stand by the 35 persecuted migrants has nothing to do with any innocence criterion, nor does it signify an one-dimensional anti-racist struggle. Their persecution can only be understood as yet another side of the counter-insurgent policies that have been established by previous governments and are now put into practice by the leftist government SYRIZA. The evident decline of social and class movements in recent times allows for attacks on those at the bottom to assume a more permanent and final character. A plethora of oppressive tools, of a policing, judicial, administrative and economic nature, are being used against those who choose continuous and unmediated resistance.

The ever-increasing militarisation of police forces. Creation of spaces of exception, like the migrant concentration camps.  The new reformation of the correctional code and the attacks against resisting prisoners. Use of fines as blackmail, as in the case of total army objectors. The adoption of explicit criminal offences for those resisting residence auctioning. Criminal persecution of unionist struggles. Environmental degradation and persecution of those resisting it. All these are aspects of the same state-capitalist attack against those at the bottom.

Attacks that go beyond traditional borders of nation-states. Through the reformulation of legal frameworks, the attempt of transnational cooperation in order to curb resistances, is becoming more and more intense. The establishment of European military and police security forces, transnational judicial cooperation, and the development of common European policies on population management constitute the new reality. But answers will be given at all levels. Against the nationalism of any nation, the state barbarity of any state, the exploitation of capital, the resisting parts of society develop their own struggles (i.e. Hamburg G20, Thessaloniki’s Balkan Antinational Demo, No Border Movement). Struggles beyond borders, states, nations, and nationalisms.

The trial of the 35 migrants can only be viewed as a trial against all of society that resist the continued devaluation and repression of their lives.

This trial aims to be carried out in a black hole of space and time, limiting any opportunity for solidarity. For this reason, more urgently than ever, highlighting yet another instance of state arbitrariness directed towards one of the most oppressed social groups, is essential.

We call upon individuals, groups and organisations to stand in solidarity and organise initiatives. To work against the decision of the judicial authorities to try and erase the trial by transferring it to Chios, comrades throughout Greece and beyond need to bring the issue to attention.

The twitter account @freethemoria35 and #freethemoria35 has been set up for the purposes of the solidarity campaign, while the self-organised media will be used for more precise information and updates.

Solidarity Assembly for the 35 Persecuted Migrants of Moria



(Ελληνικά) Συνέλευση Αλληλεγγύης στους Διωκόμενους Μετανάστες της Μόριας

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Την Πέμπτη 1/3 στις 8μμ θα γίνει ανοιχτή συνέλευση σχετικά με την υπόθεση των μεταναστών που διώκονται για τα εξεγερσιακά γεγονότα του Ιούλη στο κέντρο κράτησης της Μόριας.

Σκοπός της συνέλευσης είναι η ενίσχυση της καμπάνιας αλληλεγγύης στους διωκόμενους.


(Ελληνικά) Για τους-τις αγωνιζόμενους-ες μετανάστες-ριες στην πλατεία Σαπφούς

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Το κείμενο σε pdf

Τη στιγμή που οι στρατιωτικοαστυνομικές επιχειρήσεις αποτροπής εξελίσσονται αμείωτες, στα χερσαία και θαλάσσια σύνορα με άγνωστο αριθμό ναυαγίων και νεκρών, η πειθάρχηση και o αποκλεισμός όσων καταφέρουν να περάσουν εντατικοποιούνται. Η υποτίμηση, η εξαθλίωση και η καταστολή στα κέντρα κράτησης αποτελούν, ανοιχτά πλέον, τις πολιτικές που εφαρμόζει το ελληνικό κράτος απέναντι στους-ις μετανάστες-ριες για να περάσει τα μηνύματα του προς όλες τις κατευθύνσεις. Ο μαζικός εγκλωβισμός στα νησιά, που είναι εγκατεστημένα τα hot spots, κάτω από άθλιες συνθήκες διαβίωσης, η απομόνωσή τους από τους αστικούς ιστούς και τις αλληλέγγυες δομές και η βίαιη καταστολή όσων τολμήσουν να αμφισβητήσουν αυτή τη συνθήκη αποτελούν γνώριμες εικόνες και για τους πλέον ανυποψίαστους. Οι μετανάστες που καταφθάνουν αποτελούν για ακόμα μία φορά το σώμα για την άσκηση τοπικών και εθνικών πολιτικών. Η «σύμπλευση» όλων των δυνάμεων για την αντιμετώπιση της δυσμενής συνθήκης όπου η Ελλάδα έχει περιέλθει ως συνοριακό κράτος της Ευρώπης, η ταύτιση με τα ρατσιστικά αφηγήματα που παρουσιάζουν τους μετανάστες είτε ως απειλή είτε ως θύματα και φυσικά η αναπαραγωγή του κεφαλαίου μέσα από το τεράστιο σύμπλεγμα της πολεμικής και ανθρωπιστικής βιομηχανίας που έχει στηθεί, είναι τα οχήματα που προσπαθούν να μετατρέψουν τους μετανάστες-ριες σε απλούς κομπάρσους της ζωής τους. Ως ικέτες για μία πιθανή ευκαιρία να περάσουν στα εδάφη της Ευρώπης νόμιμα ή παράνομα, πρέπει να παραμένουν αόρατοι, παθητικοί και άβουλοι. Υπάρχουν όμως πάντα αυτοί και αυτές που δεν θα πειθαρχήσουν. Οδηγούμενοι πότε από συνείδηση, πότε από το αδιέξοδο  και πότε από την απελπισία θα ορθώσουν το ανάστημά τους και θα βγούνε μπροστά διαρρηγνύοντας, τουλάχιστον, το καθεστώς αορατότητας στο οποίο είναι καταδικασμένοι.

Έτσι και οι μετανάστες και μετανάστριες που συνεχίζουν να βρίσκονται αγωνιζόμενοι-ες στην κεντρική πλατεία της Μυτιλήνης. Ξεκινώντας από μία απλή διαμαρτυρία στις 20 Οκτωβρίου αρνούμενοι-ες να συνεχίζουν να ζουν στις συνθήκες εξαθλίωσης του κέντρου κράτησης της Μόριας, βρέθηκαν να διεκδικούν πολλά παραπάνω. Είδαν τους μπάτσους να τρομοκρατούν τους ίδιους και τους αλληλέγγυους για συλλήψεις, είδαν τις διάφορες υπηρεσίες να απομακρύνουν πολλούς δίνοντας τους ψεύτικες υποσχέσεις, είδαν να περικυκλώνονται από στρατό και νέους με περιβολές παρέλασης στις φιέστες των εθνικιστικών επετείων, είδαν τους τοπικούς «παράγοντες» να τους τραμπουκίζουν και να τους διώχνουν, είδαν μικρούς και μεγάλους να λιποθυμούν από την εξάντληση και τα ασθενοφόρα να αρνούνται να τους πάρουν, είδαν «πολιτιστικούς» συλλόγους να τους πετάνε έξω από καταλύματα που τους είχαν προσφερθεί για να προστατευθούν από τις καιρικές συνθήκες. Όμως αυτοί συνεχίζουν να παραμένουν εκεί. Άνδρες και γυναίκες από διαφορετικές χώρες προέλευσης, με τον μικρότερο να είναι μόλις 11 μηνών, σε διαφορετικά στάδια καταγραφής και αιτημάτων ασύλου, αρνούμενοι-ες να υποκύψουν σε οποιοδήποτε διαχωρισμό αντιλαμβανόμενοι την ανάγκη να συνεχίσουν όλοι μαζί.

Στεκόμαστε δίπλα τους αντλώντας καθημερινά μαθήματα θάρρους, συνείδησης και αγώνα. Αλληλέγγυοι-ες στον αγώνα τους όπως και σε κάθε αγώνα που δίνεται. Στέλνοντας σινιάλα αλληλεγγύης στους αγωνιζόμενους μετανάστες της πλ. Συντάγματος, στους 8 διωκόμενους μετανάστες από την Πέτρου Ράλλη, στους 35 διωκόμενους για τα εξεγερσιακά γεγονότα του Ιουλίου στο κέντρο κράτησης της Μόριας.

Αγωνιζόμενοι για ένα κόσμο ελευθερίας, ισότητας και αλληλεγγύης.


Νοέμβριος 2017


Πορεία Αλληλεγγύης

Δευτέρα 20 Νοεμβρίου

στις 17:00

στην Πλ.Σαπφούς


Tuesday 14/11 at 16:30

Protest at Moria detention center

for the kidnapping from the police

of the hunger striker

Hesam Shaeri Hesari

republished by: https://enoughisenough14.org/2017/11/12/refugeesgr-lesvos-hunger-striker-in-moria-detention-for-deportation/Hesam Shaeri Hesari

Screening – Bar

On Saturday 11/11 at 20:00 in Mpineio Squat, there is going to be a screening of the documentary Amu Khayat with the presence of its creator. A bar will follow.

At the start there is also going to take place  an informative discussion for the case of the 35 migrants accused for the incidents that took place in the Moria detention centre demonstration on 18th July.