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Without the Ball: a Small Messi Fan, before the Taliban fled

Every Morning, came the little Murtasa to his mother and let her his most precious possession. The seven-year-old peeled him patiently from four match the other

Without the Ball: a Small Messi Fan, before the Taliban fled

Every Morning, came the little Murtasa to his mother and let her his most precious possession. The seven-year-old peeled him patiently from four match the other slipped over and knotted plastic bags: a white-and-blue football, signed by his Idol, Lionel Messi.

But now, the Afghan Boy who has grown up with a Jersey made of plastic with a Star on the Internet bags two years ago, the world can marvel at his Ball. Because the family had to flee like many other people in the past few weeks, from your home district Dschaguri. Without the Ball.

Taliban fighters had tried to overrun the district in the Central province of Ghazni. The Messi-trophies - and- two signed jerseys - remained back, tell Murtasa, and his 17-year-old brother Humajun.

Everything was gone very quickly. The father got a call that Anguri, a small town near their home village of Sang-e Masha had fallen to the Taliban. Then they were broken up immediately. "How could I have the Ball to bring, if I had to flee?", Murtasa says on the question of why he had his most valuable possession behind. "We just went in our clothes out of the house," says Humajun.

For months, the security situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating. The government is controlled by military figures today, only a little more than half of the districts in the country. The province of Ghazni, was affected this year, especially in August, the Taliban tried the same-named provincial capital. They left the city only after multi-day battles. The districts Dschaguri and Mali Stan, which were attacked in November by the Taliban, hitherto considered the most peaceful in the province.

Murtasa've Played with the Ball of Messi, never, told his mother during a conversation in Kabul on Thursday. He was only shot in his hands to him out in the numerous plastic bags to wrap and your return, in order to keep him well. Just as he had given previously, each photo of the striker from Argentina, which he discovered in the Newspapers, his mother for safekeeping.

Murtasas homemade Messi Jersey made the little football fan two years ago, known around the world. His brother Humajun had converted for him, a blue-and-white striped plastic bag to the Argentine national team Jersey. "Messi" and the number 10 were scribbled with a ballpoint pen. The image of Murtasa in the plastic bags-Jersey went in the social networks virally.

a Little later, Messi sent him through the children's charity Unicef, two signed jerseys and the Ball. In December 2016, Murtasa met his Idol in front of a friendly game of Messi's FC Barcelona in Doha (Qatar) even personally know.

However, his reputation also brought problems. The family received threatening phone calls. Many people would have thought, Murtasa have received a lot of money from Messi, says his mother Schafika Ahmadi. She is afraid to today, kidnapping and ransom press. For a time, the Ahmadis fled, even according to Pakistan. A whole year in Dschaguri were the parents of the boy did not go to school. Even now in Kabul, Murtasa should only play in the courtyard of football and only from time to time in the company of his brother out of the house, his mother says.

Notwithstanding that the family lives in Kabul in a single room with no visible Heating facilities, is pleased to Murtasa. Because his Ball was lost. He is more of the place in his parents house, where him and his mother daily put. Murtasa've now asked in the city's remaining relatives, the see that nothing is looted or stolen, to send him with the next way to Kabul. Then he will be able to Admire him on a daily basis. The family can't go back because of the dangers.

dpa

Publish Date : 06 Aralık 2018 Perşembe 20:01

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