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The youngsters tell us they are from Afghanistan and that they live at the island's overcrowded Moria migrant camp. At first, they seem hesitant to talk to us. But slowly, they start to open up. They agree to speak with us only on the condition of anonymity. Ahmad not his real name is one of the hundreds of unaccompanied Afghans who are stuck in Greece. He's 17 years old and has lived in Athens and Mytilene, the capital of the Greek island of Lesbos, since Ahmad says that during this time in Greece, he has encountered many instances of violence and abuse.
He details that his problems began when he was tricked by a group of drug traffickers when he was in Athens. They gave him a package and wanted him to bring it to Lesbos. They promised him money for the transfer. But police caught him on the way and he was put in jail.
They told me I would get an amount of money by transferring the package to Lesbos. When the police caught me I realized that hashish was inside the package," Ahmad admits. Ahmad says he has witnessed many scenes of sexual assault and violence at the Moria camp. A group of men tried to rape me several times but I fended them off and I ran away. The Moria camp is divided up into different sections.
Usually, underage migrants, children and families are assigned to Section A, B or C, where they are meant to be safe. Ahmad however, says he did not get a spot in either of those sections without giving any reasons for this. Ahmad says he was an athlete in Afghanistan; he believes that his strong physique might be what saves him from danger at the camp.
These days, Ahmad earns money by reselling bus tickets in the center of Mytilene. He buys tickets for 80 cents each and sells them for one euro.