Team



Alaa Alkasir

Museum für Islamische Kunst
During my guided tour in the museum, I cross a bridge that connects me with my home and my present and this puts me on the way to my dream future.

Alaaeddin Haddad
Vorderasiatisches Museum
Multaka is the place, where grandparents meet with grandchildren in the place where you hear Babel’s voices , and akkad call Ashor and you can see  Ishtar beside Esarhaddon.


Alan Diko
Vorderasiatisches Museum

 


Bashar Almahfoud
Deutsches Historisches Museum

 


Bachar Al-Mohamad Alchahin

Vorderasiatisches Museum
Multaka as a meetingpoint is the place where our soul meets with our memories and the nostalgia of our homeland. It gives us the connections between our history our present and our future. It is very important for me because through Multaka I can share the bridges of culture, knowledge and integrations. We need it to reflect our human dialogues.


Hussam Zahim Mohammed

Vorderasiatisches Museum
Multaka is the connection between cultures.

 


Ishtar Samir Dhahir

Vorderasiatisches Museum
Through Multaka we look into the past and connect the present with the future.

 


Kefah Ali Deeb
Vorderasiatisches Museum
At the end of one  of my guided tour, one of the visitors wrote on my notebook ” today was great  day, we were not refugees or Victims of war, today we were tourists! and we learnd alot about our region civilization and we are very proud that we belong to this civilizatio, thanks for Multaka”. This is Multaka: Space we are proud to be part of it.


Kenan Melhem

Bode-Museum
Multaka is for me a place where I meet other people, so we can exchange cultural experiences and learn from each other.


Khaled Al Haddad

Deutsches Historisches Museum
As a  guide in the German historical museum, I tell the refugees and the visitors in my guided tours about German history and culture, so they can learn more about the society and the country, which leads to a better and easier integration process. I am happy for being with Multaka team for almost one and a half year, which gives me a lot of vital experiences and also making new friends through my work.


Mariam Bachich

Bode-Museum
Now … is the bridge between the past and the future, here, .. is the place where we meld our memories with our new stories, Time and Place are concepts, which have no meaning if they are not connected to people, Multaka is our possible forum with the presence of the past to share our current stories, to give the time and place a meaning!

Mohammed Al-Subeh
Bode-Museum
Multaka is the lighthouse through which we can see the beach of the future.

 


Narine Ali

Museum für Islamische Kunst
The literal sense of the word “Multaka“ is explained as the place where roads meet. However Multaka in our context is reflected through a temporal dimension; where the past, the present and what is yet to come meet to pave a new road.


Razan Nassreddine

Museum für Islamische Kunst
Through intercultural exchange, participation and initiative, the Multaka project builds bridges and connects.


Rita Albahri

Deutsches Historisches Museum
Multaka gave me a great opportunity to learn a lot about the European and Arab cultures and stories.


Rojina Issa

Museum für Islamische Kunst
For a world without exclusion, for a world of appreciation!

 


Salama Kassem

Museum für Islamische Kunst
Here I find my identity.

 


Salma Jreige

Deutsches Historisches Museum
Multaka is where people, history, culture and art melt together forming a strong unit which stands against time, geiography, politics and anything that seperates us from one another. A unit of humanity.


Sandy Albahri

Deutsches Historisches Museum
I am very proud and thankful that I got to be a member in Multaka project. I enjoy seeing the motivation and the excitement of the visitors. Then I know how a great project like Multaka can influence the people.


Tony Alarkan

Bode-Museum
Multaka is my personal platform for exchanging ideas, discussing and especially to get to know each other.


Yasser Almaamoun

Deutsches Historisches Museum
Multaka is important because we are constantly seeing changes in society, and that is what we should prioritize to bring people together and create the space where a cultural and human exchange takes place.


Zoya Masoud

Museum für Islamische Kunst
Multaka is a meeting point for Syrians, Iraqis in Exile and Berliners from different cultural backgrounds, it is an opportunity to celebrate cultural diversity, creativity and democratic practice through dialogues within the tours and workshops.