Mementos from the football world that brought Syrian refugee Osama Abdul Mohsen to Spain are strewn around the flat he shares with two of his sons, including a ball signed by Real Madrid’s star players and a banner for the local team, Getafe.
Meet Osama Abdel-Mohsen Al-Ghadab, the man who was kicked by a Hungarian journalist Osama Abdel-Mohsen Al-Ghadab, who was a coach and former official in the Foutowa club in Deir Al-Zour in Syria, left his country to escape the atrocities of Bashar al Assad. The man, who was carrying his child Zeid, was trying to cross the border and reach safety. Osama, who suffered a lot in the prisons of the Syrian regime for his support for the revolution, was forced to leave Deir Al-Zour, escaping the violations of ISIS. He is now looking for asylum in Budapest which would give him and his son new hope in life.