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I have no job mother talk on if you have him be gone but also give us some sort of meat sauce offer %HESITATION Curti teaches Arabic in Russia to Syrian children who like her flood Syria's civil war for the safety of president Bashar al-assad's ally she came with her twenty three year old son her two older sons were drafted into Assad's army as the war winds down the Russian government is telling her and thousands of other Syrians it's time to go back it's rejected her application for asylum , most of them get rejected and of the ones that don't %HESITATION they get told that is that this is the last time they say we warn you this is the last time that we extend your documents next year don't come back you can imagine working at an office and then the police comes and you have to jump out of the window because you cannot be seen , in this room by please because you don't have the right documents and everything was here in bed pretty much I seen a Russian plane a Russian helicopter or Russian you know a guy with a gun but %HESITATION and they come here and they don't understand they can't put the two together so why are you , saying that you are helping my country outs and I go to your country and you don't even give me my rights to tell my story and explain why can't go back services show force herself to go back if the appeals process falls through but she wants her son to stay well away from Syria even if you can't make Russia his new home