More than 100 football clubs in Germany do not integrate refugee children into their ranks. No one wants to take responsibility for this. No one wants to change this scene. The politicians concerned consider that the problem is not worth mentioning.
Moroccan activists and Moroccans traded through social networking sites a picture of a child wearing a bag named after international player Ashraf Hakimi, in a move similar to that of an Afghan child with Argentine star Lionel Messi.
The Moroccan child drew the attention of the two activists and activists in the communication sites, who traded his photo and tried to search for additional details about him and to reach his place of residence.
Activists sought to connect with the Moroccan star and Borussia Dortmund player and convey the image of the child he admired.
The snapshot of the Moroccan child recalled the image of the Afghan child Mourtada, who swept through the sites and reached Messi, who gave him his shirt.
Hakimi, 20, is very popular in Morocco after his career with Real Madrid before moving on a loan to Dortmund earlier this season.