A refugee from PowNed-series show actor
Tariq Kassem, the refugee in PowNed’s heading of “being a refugee makes knowledge” would be widespread in typical Dutch customs, appears to be a actor. After an earlier post of Publicity about a drowned Syrian boy, has Kassem regret his participation in the program.
That tells Kassem Wednesday to the Volkskrant. He would have nothing more with the broadcaster wish to have. “I offer my apologies to anyone who deleted the article about the drowned Syrian boy has read.”
Kassem is ever as refugees come to the Netherlands but living already for more than twelve years in Almere. He did as an actor to the heading ‘refugee makes knowledge’, where he among others participated in bingo nights and went shopping at the PC. Hooftstraat.
He graduated as a drama artist and was registered with a casting agency. There was Kassem asked for the role. He hoped with this role, something positive to add in the racismedebat. “But it turned out the racism, especially in the hand to work. I feel used.”
Tuesday offered Publicity director Dominique Weesie apologized for the offending article. It was the fate of the 16-year-old Syrian boy who Monday in Venlo drowned described, which is especially the visitors of the swimming pool is an annoying situation would have worried. The article has now been removed.