Aeham Ahmad is a pianist from Syria – and a refugee in Germany. Learn more about Aeham Ahmad
“You have to be grateful to Germany because of the refugees. There are many countries that are much closer to Syria than Germany. But all of them care less about the Syrian refugees than Germany does. […] All of this is extremely unusual. And it’s great! The Germans have saved me too, if they had not done what they have done, I would have died in Yarmouk – like my piano was burned there.
Aeham Ahmad, Deutschlandfunk, 2015