Mohammad G was a prosecutor in Afghanistan, tackling gangsters and warlords. He had worked his way up as a member of the ostracised Hazara ethnic group, like all his siblings. An associate of the hated judiciary and a Hazara – this made him a doubly worthwhile target for the Taliban. When armed men slashed his mother’s face after the Taliban victory, it was clear that the family would not only have to go underground. It was clear that they all had to leave the country and find a new, safe home. Without the Taliban. You can read about how Kabul Luftbrücke helped them together with the Bosch Foundation.