Terrorists killed his parents when he was 3. Other Darfur refugees took him and his younger brother to Libya. He was not allowed to go to school. “In Benghazi, the people often humiliated us because of the color of our skin.” A Darfur family took him to Egypt. Life there was even worse than in Libya. “Egyptians were kidnapping African children and forcing them into slavery.” His new family decided to cross the Sinai and go into Israel. He was shot by Egyptian soldiers, but rescued by Israeli soldiers and taken to an Israeli hospital.