We left Iraq because my father in danger, they put him in gaol many times and my mother pay money and beg for him. We went to Christmas Island and they took all my medicine. I have rheumatic fever and have antibiotics, always antibiotics. Then they send us to Nauru and I get medicine again but still I’m sick. I don’t go to school because we are scared and I’m sick. My mother cries a lot and we stay in the house. Sometimes people come and bang on the door. One time they break the window.
Q: what do you want to be when you grow up?
A: anything, free.
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Margot Rodrom-Robertson Stay strong. Many of us are doing what we can do get all children (and their parents)our of detention.
Unlike · Reply · 12 · 10 November at 18:37
Anne Taib Thank you my dear for sharing your story with us! I’m so glad to hear about your life and to know how you and your family are doing. It sounds so tough! And it worries me that you are not going to school. Please keep reading and writing. Keep learning! I like your ambition to be free. heart emoticon
Unlike · Reply · 15 · 10 November at 21:22
Patrine Baptist She lives in an Australian concentration camp. Encouraging words mean nothing, however well meant they may be.
Like · Reply · 11 November at 05:29 · Edited
Anne Taib Patrine – you are wrong. Having worked at the STC school I know that. Being encouraged to learn always means something. My comments are for the children.
Unlike · Reply · 15 · 11 November at 06:53 · Edited
Natalie Watson Strong minds = strong hearts…filled with courage & faith for a brighter future smile emoticon
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 12:54
Robyn Cush Which area do u live in?
Like · Reply · 11 November at 05:02
Free the Children NAURU
Free the Children NAURU He is Refugee in Nauru community
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 11 November at 05:33
Jessica Perini So very sorry for what our country is doing to you. We are fighting for you every day.
Unlike · Reply · 9 · 11 November at 10:19
XDean Ashx poor thing frown emoticon
Like · Reply · 11 November at 15:25
Bianca Marlin I wish that we were able to sponsor families like this and help them settle into our great country. I would happily help out a family like this.
Unlike · Reply · 17 · 11 November at 15:26
Chris Cole We all pray for your freedom. Keep good thoughts in your mind and peace / love in your heart.
Unlike · Reply · 6 · 11 November at 15:30
Bernadette Lodder I hope you get your wish xo
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 11 November at 19:42
Ritu Chhina these children deserve a better life here! really upsetting
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 11 November at 21:23
Deborah Botica Why can’t Australia have humane refugee policies? Why can’t we integrate children and families into our community? Refugees are not criminals they deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.
Unlike · Reply · 15 · 11 November at 22:28
Huia Aotearoa We want you to be free too!!
Unlike · Reply · 7 · 12 November at 06:40
Michael James Murray
Michael James Murray I wish I could be the one to give you freedom…you keep on hoping ..we in the OZ want you here to enjoy our freedom…one day!!!?
Unlike · Reply · 3 · 12 November at 08:13
Adele Scott You are so beautiful. I am so sad for you. We will keep fighting for you and your right to freedom and happiness. Love
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 12 November at 09:08
Liz Hearingwell Heartbreaking … Come on Australia … Let’s do more to stop this
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 12 November at 14:34
Gregory Rule Why are we wasting money on no hopers when there are children like this in the world.
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 12 November at 15:36
Rhonda Neilly What have we become as a nation? We are diminished.
Unlike · Reply · 11 · 13 November at 02:49
Mary Santleben What does Australia want to do when it grows up? Welcome you darling.
Like · Reply · 14 · 13 November at 08:35
Emmanuel Mallison Real Australians want you here
Unlike · Reply · 9 · 13 November at 09:17
Davide Avachat Stay strong dear children. The people of Australia are doing what we can against a government which hide you from us. There will come a day when you will be as free as us. Please keep hope close to your hearts and know the government doesn’t represent normal Australian’so even though it should. Please stay strong!
Unlike · Reply · 11 · 13 November at 09:17
Jenny Rae There are so many people in Australia who think you and your families should be free. Good on you, you children, for being brave, as are your parents.
Unlike · Reply · 8 · 13 November at 09:54
Nicole McIntosh I am so saddened by my country’s (Government’s) response to your plight. I want you to know there are many people in Australia who DO NOT feel represented by this view. What we are doing to you is appalling. Please don’t ever forget the Australian people are always thinking of you. We want you to be free too. xx
Unlike · Reply · 7 · 13 November at 10:03
Paul Lorraine Australia can do better than this
Unlike · Reply · 7 · 13 November at 10:12
Rhyll McMaster You are a wonderful girl. Can you get some older children who do go to school to teach you some lessons?
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 13 November at 10:13
Debbie Ashton I hope you get your wish.
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 10:15
Xanthe Dewhurst The people in Australia will welcome you governments are stupid..
Unlike · Reply · 6 · 13 November at 10:21
Jenny Tranter I hope you get your wish. Do you know I have a granddaughter and she looks a lot like you.
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 10:43
Heather Harper Richards
Heather Harper Richards Hello, dear girl. I hope with all my heart you are free very soon. Don’t give up hope. Lots of people in Australia are thinking of you and sending you and all the children lots of love. xx
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 10:54
Christina Gavier Hello sweet girl. Please know you are all loved and appreciated even though we can’t physically come or meet you at present, we think of you often and pray you will be safe and cherished as you should be. Did you know that miracles do happen and I be…See More
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 10:56
Annette Erdtsieck What a beautiful girl you are.. hope you get the right medicine. heart emoticon
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 10:57
Myles O’neil-Shaw This cruel and unusual punishment will stop when enough people want it to. Politicians don’t do anything unless there is votes in it. When enough Australians say enough, it will end. I hope that day is soon. One day, in the future, an Australian Prime Minister will stand in front of these people and their descendants and say sorry.
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 13 November at 11:00 · Edited
Sue Kelly Hello darling girl, I’m so sorry for the needless suffering you and your family are having to endure for no good reason. Please know that more people in Australia are learning of the cruelty our government is inflicting on innocent people and there are people working hard to try to bring an end to these horrendous policies.
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 11:10
Robin Rothfield I greatly admire what you are doing and would like you to know that many Australians are working to free you from detention, including the members of Labor for Refugees.
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 13 November at 11:28
Robert Lappin Stay positive and think about what you love and enjoy. Don’t let other people take away your happy thoughts and always tell others what you think.
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 11:30
Liana Joy Christensen
Liana Joy Christensen You are courageous and resourceful and you are not forgotten! Many people are working to change the horrible system that traps you.
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 13 November at 11:36
Emily Sutherland Do not give up hope. Keep fighting for a better life.
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 11:41
Free the Children NAURU
Free the Children NAURU he is boy from iraq
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 12:00
Olive Sant Keep strong and believe, one day you will be free. Many many Australian people are very sad at how you are being treated. May God bless you .
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 12:21
Ron Pieres I apologise on my knees for the way the Government treats you I am helpless…so sorry please stay strong
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 12:37
Deeann Elizabeth To hell with the government why can’t we get them out of there
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 12:56
Margaret Hadfield I’m so sorry that our Government has done this. You are not forgotten and we are putting as much pressure as we are able on the Government to set you free. You are not forgotten.
Unlike · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 13:07
Gael Ballantyne Many people in Australia wish you freedom. We are hoping our Government will listen to our voices
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 13:09
Karino Kofiel Heartbreaking.. Do not give up!
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 13:10
Bek Hunter Praying for your freedom
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 13:32
Bronwyn Lines I think of you all often. I hope soon things will get better. Love and light to you beautiful girl.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 13:35
Jennifer Ruth Hatte
Jennifer Ruth Hatte You are beautiful. Keep hoping. I am praying for all of you in detention, and your families.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 13:45
Kat Morrell heart emoticon
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 13:47
Helen Fairhall Honey goid things are coming your way
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 13:58
Frederika Steen What happened to you is not your fault. You are innocent children and I want a good life for you , in freedom , and here or in New Zealand. You deserve peace and a fair chance to go to school and get the best education! I will now work even harder to …See More
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 13:59
Cathryn Elder I am wishing and hoping that you will be free
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 14:03
Cathleen Farrelly Thank you for sharing your story – we are trying to change this terrible policy – lets hope we can do it soon. Take care!
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 14:05
Sabina Gugler Much Love and peace to you beautiful Girl, please hug your mother and family for me!
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 14:08
Melita Luck Beautiful darling girl. You deserve a beautiful life. May it be so very soon for you and your family.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 14:10
Mario Napolitano Madeleine Napolitano
Like · Reply · 13 November at 14:11
Suzanne Dixon I weep for you and for your mother, dear girl. I am so ashamed of our government. But some of us work hard for you. We care about you.
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 14:14
Tom Landers It is a terrible shame on this country, that once stood for generosity of spirit and ‘a fair go’, that you and your families have been treated so cruelly, as though you are criminals. You deserve better, and I hope soon you will be accepted into the Australian community. It’s a lovely big country, though a bit hot out here in the middle.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 14:19
Simon J Webb
Simon J Webb Continue to stay strong friends. So many of us everyday Australians wish our government would close down these inhumane detention centers. We will persist on protesting for you so that one day you have the freedom to chase the Australian dream. #FREETHECHILDRENOFNAURU
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 14:26
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 14:46
William Spencer I want to be one of their Facebook friends. I admire their courage enormously. Children of such bravery and character are desperately needed in Australia. Politicians who can’t see and support these children do not deserve to be elected. Their presence…See More
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 15:01
Lily O Chops
Lily O Chops Hello from Aunt Lily !!
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 15:03
Robyn Marriott My heart is there with you and I hope & pray that the Australian government comes to its senses very soon & enables the freedom you should have!
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 15:18
Wendy Garthon Stay strong, you have been heard and you are not alone.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 15:31
Christel Costello Love to all the children heart emoticon
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 15:31
Coco Knight Prayed for your safety and for a future that has joy
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 16:04
Tash Gordon How heartbreaking, this government has a lot to answer for
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 16:23
Sue Mills I hope one day to welcome you and your parents all to Australia. There are many nice people here and we are horrified at what is happening to you all. Congratulations on your facebook page!
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 16:24
Caterina Erna Love to everyone there.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 16:24
Danielle Ni Cába
Danielle Ni Cába Machallah you are beautiful and strong. We want you here with us.
Unlike · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 16:36
Diane Taylor We do want you here. Love to you all.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 16:39
Geo Solien Q: what do you want to be when you grow up?
A: anything, free….See More
Unlike · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 16:39
Mary Blight Yes. It is awful that the Australian government is doing this.
Like · Reply · 13 November at 16:47
Tracey Cave We are thinking of you and wishing you were free. Many many children in Australia want to be your friend.
Tracey Cave’s photo.
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 13 November at 16:52
Free the Children NAURU
Free the Children NAURU thank you for your friending. You have beauty in your pic
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 18:50
Jean Litow My dear, there are many of us in Australia that hope and pray you and your family will be allowed to settle here. We are writing letters to the government asking them to change the present policy and trying to put pressure on them. Stay strong and true yourself, we are hoping and praying for you.
Unlike · Reply · 4 · 13 November at 17:01
Mellisa Giancarlo We know you are there and we are fighting for your freedom. You are all beautiful children and you deserve to be free and happy.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 17:05
Gail Weston Lynn Perry, sometimes you’ve just gotta choose trust over suspicion and cynicism. I’m sorry that you’ve been burned in the past.
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 17:07
Rosalind Berry You are in our hearts…XX
Like · Reply · 13 November at 17:15
Rosy Lou We can’t wait until you are free to run, play and live with us on the mainland. We are so sorry this is happening to you. Please know there are lots and lots of us here who think about you all the time, you are not forgotten. We will not stop fighting until you are safe xxx
Lots of love, the Dillon family xxx
Like · Reply · 13 November at 18:01 · Edited
Mary Keen Bless you
Like · Reply · 13 November at 17:25
Sue Robin Edwards-Voigt
Sue Robin Edwards-Voigt stay strong everyone….you are not forgotten…xoxoxo
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 17:26
Maureen Jarvis stay strong and oneday hopefully soon, you will be FREE xxx.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 17:32
Tess Oliver And you will be – anything you want, and FREE!
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 17:38
Debbie Killian Thank you for sharing your stories. Please know that there are many Australians who weep for what is done to you in our names. We will not rest until you and your families are free. Your lives are precious are you are in our hearts. With love xxx
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 17:39
Debra Barrand I feel for you & all children being treated cruelly on these detention centres – I’m ashamed of the government running this country because you deserve a good, happy, healthy life – we hope for changes for all of you – bless you little ones
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 18:05
Maureen Wegner I am very sad that you and other children are living in a detention centre instead of being free to enjoy your childhood years. May you be freed very soon. Love from a great grandmother.
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 18:22
Chris Schwarz I am so ashamed our country is treating you this way.
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 18:32
Katie Smith My grandma had rheumatic fever when she was a little girl too. You know what? She got better! And she lived until she was 93 … this is my prayer for you xxx
Like · Reply · 13 November at 18:33
Ruth Gledhill There are many people thinking of you. Many people that hope you will soon be free to enjoy lif again – stay strong! heart emoticon heart emoticon XXXXX
Like · Reply · 13 November at 18:41
Barbara Webster Oh darling, our ex prime minister who left you in that horrid place himself was Mr tony Abbott , a boat person from the united kingdom.
Like · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 18:41
Jeni Nathanielsz I CANNOT UNDERSTAND which rules they are breaking.
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 18:41
IshaRa Deborah Coulthard
IshaRa Deborah Coulthard heart emoticon I hope you get better soon. I feel soooo sad that you, your family and all the refugees are stuck on Nauru. I wish Australia would welcome you and give you a happy home smile emoticon
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 18:42
Susan Cook Lots of hugs for you. Stay strong.
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 18:42
Tracey Cave That is my daughter. She is very happy to be your friend.
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 18:55
Mandie Hale Many people in Australia feel very sad at the way refugees are being treated, and are asking our government to change their policy. I hope that you will one day be free and have the health and happiness you deserve. We are thinking of you. With love from a grandmother.
Unlike · Reply · 9 · 13 November at 18:56
David Turnbull Appalling effort Australia. Tony are these the invaders you saved us from you wooden head
Like · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 19:08
Suzy Manigian All Australians are humiliated and diminished by the actions of our government, whether they are aware or not.
Unlike · Reply · 6 · 13 November at 19:09
Josephine Frankland Stay safe dear one. I will keep writing and campaigning for your right to come to Australia.
Unlike · Reply · 6 · 13 November at 19:14
Cheyenne Bardos ‘anything, free’ frown emoticon Will Farley
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 19:24
Rima Workman Inshallah you will get your wish.
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 19:33
Willy Arents-Wilbers Wish you all the best!!!!!
Like · Reply · 1 · 13 November at 19:48
Elusive Rick Most Australian people are completely ashamed of the corrupt, racist government that don’t represent the wishes of the people, I apologise for the way you & other children & all of you are being treated. You are beautiful & God is hearing your cry.
Like · Reply · 6 · 13 November at 19:51
Christine Meagher Thank you for sharing your story you are all so brave. Stay strong. There are so many people that hope to see you all free. You have the right to be free to learn and play. . Love is powerful
Like · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 19:55
Jo Riley-Fitzer I am so sorry for the way my government has treated you and your family. And I am so sorry you have been sick. Please do not give up hope, we are all here for you through this page now. Stay strong.
Like · Reply · 5 · 13 November at 19:59
Glynn Blgr This is Australians, us, or people like us who have perpetrated this criminal act against these children. Does anybody in their right mind, any Australian insane enough to believe that children are enemy agents ? Why are we permitting elected officials…See More
Like · Reply · 2 · 13 November at 20:10
Wendy Steed One day you will get out of there, and get the Doctors to help you, big big hugs from me and my husband, I am a nurse, and my husband is a doctor, we hate the way you all have to be locked up, and are trying to help you….. Keep strong lovely girl
Like · Reply · 3 · 13 November at 20:14
Sepideh Sajadi Stay strong, we all stand with you, hoping to see you all free soon
Like · Reply · 13 November at 20:15
Kasia Thomson Oh beautiful love….there will be a day when your life is better than now….my heart is joined to yours with a rainbow, and I pray you will feel peace during this terrible time. There is so much discontent among Australians with the government – we are all waiting for the election for our chance to vote and change what is happening with you all.
Unlike · Reply · 5 · 14 November at 21:13 · Edited
Jodie HallieHogan Kelly
Like · Reply · 13 November at 20:19
Jan Govett We do care. Many Australians are very angry with our government. You are not forgotten.
Like · Reply · 8 · 13 November at 20:25
Julie Hawke You are not forgotten and we should be ashamed!
Like · Reply · 13 November at 21:31
Miriam Clarke My tears are for you. My anger is for our government. Stay strong, please don’t give up. We need you to tell these stories when you are free so this never happens again. All my love and prayers from this mother.
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 04:17
Maree Grover Praying you soon be free & live the way children everywhere should be able to enjoy, running free in good health & caring adults around them to protect them. So many Australians are despairing of what our Givernment are doing to you children in detenti…See More
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 04:34
Mel Graz You have great strength and courage to tell your story and be a voice for your family and others – the United Nations is condemning the Australian Government’s role in the refuge crisis – the Government’s actions towards people who are fleeing terrified and desperate is callous and cold – it is not the voice of many Australians.
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 05:51
Judy Whittle So sorry to hear you are not well and you and your family are scared. Hopefully soon you will be free and you will be able to rest and get help and get healthier and stronger and tell your story and find your future 🌏 🌏
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 06:38
Roseanne Byrne I’m so sorry our government is doing this to you. We are angry at them and frustrated that they won’t listen. Keep your head high. You have done nothing wrong and we long for the day you are free.
Like · Reply · 3 · 14 November at 07:01
Rachel Boyce We are shocked by what your family has been through and so ashamed at what our government is doing. Your childhood and freedom needs to start now.
Like · Reply · 3 · 14 November at 07:08
Pamela McNeil Many Australians like me are hoping and praying that you and your families will soon be free and can live in Australia. You do have a lot of support in Australia.
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 07:54
Kylie Thorburn We are very sorry and ashamed about what our country has done to you. We send our love xx
Like · Reply · 4 · 14 November at 08:47
John William Tapscott
John William Tapscott Children should not be forced to live under such circumstances. There is a solution, as clear as crystal. It has been politically obscured by a proliferation of pigheadedness.
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 08:57
Sue Clegg No children should have to live in such conditions
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 11:33
Alexandra Beesley I am so sorry you are in Naru I am ashamed that Australian government treat children this way. I live hear in Victoria Australia and I know most Of the puplic whant you hear with us and are doing all we can to let the governents know how we feel
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 11:55
Heather Kepski I have been writing to the politicians to try to help you. You are very clever and very brave. Let us all hope that enough people with compassion listen to you. Good luck!
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 11:55
Andrew S Easton
Andrew S Easton Stay strong!
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 12:03
Tania Gordon I wish they wound set you and your family free
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 12:20
Penny Ehrhardt One day, you will be free. Never give up! We care about you.
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Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 14:07
Pam Loughnan Hello. We care about you and want the Australian Government of our democracy to help you now.
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 14:20
Cathy Frank There are still people fighting for you and your family, it is not all lost, stay strong.
Like · Reply · 3 · 14 November at 14:40
Catherine Merry Write about your experience there if you can. It will be very helpful later on when you are free and able to help the lawyers help you to get a permanent visa. Draw pictures and tell people how you feel: that will help you on your journey, trying to make sense of it all. Focus on being productive so that the hopeless feelings are pushed away. You are in my prayers.
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 15:16
Ellen O’gallagher Hello to you wonderful children. We are trying to get you out of there. Keep hoping and keep writing messages to us. We hope you can keep strong.
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 16:32
Gaye Wotherspoon There are many. Australian people who want our government to free all refugees in refugee camps. We are working hard to make this happen. Be as brave as you can until we can help. X
Like · Reply · 4 · 14 November at 16:45
Linda Shallcross i am so sad to hear your story – we are trying to help and this FB page is so wonderful – you are very brave
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 19:43
Aproness Aus I have shared your post and support you in your struggle the more people who know about you the bigger chance you have to make a change you deserve to be free to go to school to have a safe and happy childhood…. we want to get all the children out ke…See More
Like · Reply · 14 November at 20:04
Lynne Davies Stay strong … we care and DON’T want our government to continue Australia’s mistreatment of you.
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 20:40
Emma Thorn I am sorry for the way the Australian government treat refugees. .. I wish you & your family could come..& live in peace:-)
Like · Reply · 1 · 14 November at 20:40
Julie Julie I am so angry about you being there. My next election vote will be about getting you out! Stay strong.
Like · Reply · 2 · 14 November at 21:49
Hannah Lenora Teichert
Hannah Lenora Teichert Justice must prevail when your story puts light into people’s hearts. I am so sorry for you and your family.
Like · Reply · 15 November at 08:34
Belinda Loxley I apologise for what my country has done.You and all the other children are so brave.We see you and we hear you.You are in the hearts of so many people who want you to be free.We promise to fight for your freedom
Like · Reply · 15 November at 16:02
Felicia Di Stefano
Felicia Di Stefano Dearest Iraqi boy. Thank you for telling us your story. I am sorry that you are not well enough to go to school. I hope that soon you will be able to go to school. It is very important for you to learn when you are young. You need always to hope f…See More
Like · Reply · 15 November at 17:54
Kathi Hildebrand Your stories are very important to open the eyes of those many Australians who do have a heart if only they understood what detention does to you. You are not forgotten. We will keep lobbying the government but the people must all stand up & demand justice for you. It is the people of Australia who must find their voices of compassion to influence the govt. position on detention & find a better policy.
Like · Reply · 16 November at 05:39
Lucy Kert There are many Australian people who are hurting and working hard to free the children and their families from Nauru. I continue to pray and hope that a solution to this cruel situation can be found quickly. You are all very brave children and I am ashamed of what our Government is doing in our name. Never give up!! Lucy xx
Like · Reply · 1 · 16 November at 10:35
Ursula Skjonnemand Sending you love. Xx
Like · Reply · 1 · 16 November at 12:00
Ramandeep Virk Heartbreaking
Like · Reply · 16 November at 13:55
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Mali Shirley Mitchell-Court Casey Hodges Morgan Novy Maddie Byrne
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Like · Reply · 2 · 16 November at 18:22
Kirsten Snowden PLease don’t give up, there are many people who care about you and your family xxxx
Like · Reply · 1 · 17 November at 07:38
Cheryl Evans Many people care for you. You are in our hearts and in our thoughts.
Like · Reply · 1 · 17 November at 12:31
Katy Vidler I want you to be free too. Love Katy.
Unlike · Reply · 2 · 17 November at 15:47
Gay Louise Maynard
Gay Louise Maynard There are many people reading your posts and their hearts are with you. Thank you for having the courage to tell your story. I hope that you and your family can take some comfort from all the thoughts and love of those who have responded to you on Facebook. There are many Australians who are trying hard to make our government change its harsh policies towards asylum seekers.
Unlike · Reply · 1 · 17 November at 19:58
Sharyn Paton Clement
Sharyn Paton Clement Everyday more and more people are learning about you and your friends and family, dont give up hope.xxx You are a good and lovely boy.
Like · Reply · 18 November at 19:32
Roger Harvey Nothing will change unless most Australians speak out
Like · Reply · 1 · 20 November at 18:47
Fiona Beggs My family and I care about you and we want you to live in peace and freedom. We want you to get well so you can go to school and have a better life.
Like · Reply · 20 November at 18:56
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Like · Reply · 21 November at 17:05