Wednesday, 10 January 2007

To Return or Not to Return!

I found a post by Nura on Ly-Hub named: Urge to return?
I was going to post a comment there but I thought that this is an important long issue that a comment will not be enough and so I decided to write about it here.

Nura asked this question: "I wanted to ask you all - my fellow Libyan brothers and sisters - whether you also have the sporadic urge to return to Libya or not? "

I am going to start by saying this, many years ago when I used to meet my friends and relatives here in London during Eid we would say to each other InshaAllah we spend next Eid in Libya, now we do not say this anymore, so many years have passed so many people grew older yet we are still here, we just stopped saying it.
Of course the subject of returning to Libya is on the mind of most Libyans here including myself! I know people that returned to Libya and settled down, I know men that went back and started working there but their families are still here because of children's education or lack of housing in Libya and so on...
I have watched Libyan children grow to men & women, many of them have been to Libya for holidays, many of them are settled here and would laugh at their parents if they asked them to go back to live in Libya, to them Libya is a holiday destination but is not part of their future, they have jobs here that Libya can not give them, the important issue, is Libya going to welcome them there? are they going to be accepted by the Libyan people or will people in Libya look down on them and treat them like returning immigrants? there are so many questions but not many answers.

Most of us have spent a long time away from Libya, we have almost lost connection but as Nura said when you get older you do start thinking about your homeland and about returning to live.
Living here in the UK is very difficult, believe me, I know many will be saying that I am lucky and that they wish they could come here but these people have not experienced how difficult, expensive and lonely life can be here, AlhamduleAllah many of us just about cope, many of us do not own businesses or homes here so if we decide to go back to Libya for good this means giving up our jobs if we have any, giving up our rented homes then we go to Libya but are we going to find jobs there? are we going to find housing for our families? if things do not go well and we end up jobless and homeless we can return back to the UK or where ever but we will be jobless and homeless here as well, it really is not an easy decision.
Many Libyans abroad have good qualifications & experiences that can be of great benefit to Libya but unfortunately many that went back could not get proper jobs and had to return to the west where they are more appreciated. If you are financially comfortable then this decision is easier as you can always return if life in Libya did not agree with you, the majority of Libyans in the UK are jobless and living on the poverty line, a decision like this is very difficult for them, Libya has made many promises to Libyans living abroad but these promises are yet to be fulfilled, I could go on and on about this subject, we have seen the slow progress Libya is making but is Libya ready for us?

There are so many questions but very few answers

36 comments:

Trabilsia said...

This is a great topic in which as you mentioned a comment can't fully justify the question "to return back or not".
To summarize it ,one can in my opinion come home and see then make your decision by following your instinct. Nowadays n Tripoli anybody who has knowledge of the English Language can make a decent living. Staying abroad at poverty level is a very grave decision that should be reconsidered as for here in Libya everyone helps the poor.
On the other hand if all Libyans who are qualified remain abroad how on earth is our country going to improve ?????? What about family ties ? Mothers and fathers who raised their children and fought for what they believed was better for them are left to die without ever seeing them again . I too went through the same dilemma when living abroad for many years, so I know how it feels and am very happy with the decision I made.

Safia speaks said...

This is not just a Libyan problem; I think many immigrants and their kids in Europe have the same problem.
Our parents always say: soon we´ll go back, but fact is they never do!
Luckily I am a member of a large international family; we come from all kinds of countries and have intermarried all the time decades back and most of us feel at home everywhere (well, at least I do, but I know my Mum doesn´t).

I have a student, a real nice girl from Lebanon, but she has a learning disability and in 6 years I´ve tried to convince her father to let us help his daughter getting a better education. Each time his reply is: "Never mind, we are going back to Lebanon coming summer!" - the girl - born in Denmark - is in 8th grade now and has learned abosultely nothing because her parents still think they don´t need to learn Danish because "soon" they´ll go back. So sad!

Me, I would love to purchase a summer residence in Tripoli or in Gharabolli, but I would probably not feel good living in Libya for good. But then again, I have a hard time feeling at home and living for a longer time everywhere; I love to move around, I like it in all places but I also like seeing something new.

If there is something I really miss from Libya it´s naturally the social life. Denmark is a dead and cold country after eight; everyone hides at home and the streets are empty. I miss the desert and the Libyan black nights where people stay up all night long and drink tea and chat and fall asleep on the rugs in the morning. I miss the sudden thunder, the heavy rainfalls and the gushing wadis in the winter - believe it or not!

life's cycle said...

what a excellent topic u posted it , and u make me think of the futuer of my futuer my family futuer , i alwasy now in my heart i will go back to libya one day , but when God knows ? and as u said u make me think of the children in the futuer they will start thier education over here so what will happend ??? many quistion u make me think about and non of the questions could be answered , i love to go back to libya to be near my family , but later what willl happend ?
any way it is a great topic to talk about , but as u said here we have works and good works will we have it later over thier in libya , will we have a good house ?
and by the way yes as u said many people there thinks we are living in a castle , no we are not we work hard all the day and the week and life os not easy from taxes to ensurance to every thing it is complicated , but how could we explaine to them ! we can not until they try , i was thinking the same before and now i know the big big difference .
well anglo thank u so much for this post .

Living Away said...

Dear AngloLIBYAN…
As an expatriate I can say something in this subject.
The reality of not belonging to the country I live in is something that impulse me to go back to Brasil for sure.

I have been “living away” for almost 10 years now and of course I gained a lot, but also I lost a lot. However, being an adult I didn’t lose my references as Brazilian, as South American, what I’m very proud of and what help me on track!

I fear for the kids that may grow up without their references, their parents language and culture, without having their cousins to play with, they grandparents to spoil them good, their “wasta”. etc…

For me nothing is more important in life than knowing where I belong to, where I came from, my roots and mainly, again, the sense of belonging that I just have in my country.
I have seen many young people without their cultural identity and this is something cruel! I think that it must be seriously considerate in a case of families moving abroad!

Leandra

Trabilsia said...

Dear Safia (Excuse me Anglo),
I too come from an international family but felt most at ease in Libya. Although it was extremely difficult to adjust at first,I didn't mind. I was used to being bullied due to not having 100% Libyan blood, so I knew the game .

I truly believe when children grow up with their relatives a bond is created that leaves memories that are treasured for ever and are then passed on to the next generation.
Another thing is that children very rarely go missing in Libya. While living in the UK and US for many years this was always one of my worst nightmares . I used to continuously check on them that I felt I became a nervous wreck!
Parenting has never been an easy task wherever one is, but sticking to family values etc one can make the best of where he/she is.

May God /Allah bless all to triumph in this issue in making the right decision.
Anglo,
I thank you for such an interesting topic which I hope will benefit many.

AngloLibyan said...

Dear Trabilsia, thank you for your input and I do agree that experienced Libyans should go back to help their country but on the other hand they need to know that the jobs will go to people with experience not to people with more connctions than experience, I am thinking seriously about going back on my own for a short visit.

Safia I spent many yeas watching people in this country saying exactly that to their children, that they will be back soon, these children are now adults and most of them will never go back. I do miss the social life in Libya as well even tough I left as a teenager many years ago.

Life's cycle, you are new and I hope I did not worry you too much, get on with your life and study but do keep it in mind, best of luck to you and your husband and thanks for mentioning how difficult life is abroad for most of us, I hope many people in Libya take note.

Leandra, your comment explains exactly how most of us feel when living away from our countries, like you I do have belongings to my country (I was 17 yrs old when I left) but for children it is a different matter.

Trabilsia, like you because im not 100% Libyan I was bullied when young, my kids are more Libyan than me but still I worry about how they will be treated there but as you said they are missing on living with theur uncles and grandmother.
Thanks should go to Nura for this topic but unfortunately it was not noticed much on Ly-Hub.

Gheriani said...

Dear AngloL, this was a very grave question you raise, I read what you wrote but I didn't read the comments before I write mine.
Frankly, if you're happy there and have a satisfying jof, if you're children are happy too and doing good with thier education, DON'T COME. You can always visit but remember it's all the land of God and it's home where the heart is.

AngloLibyan said...

Thank you Gheriani for your very valuable advice, I do appreciate it a lot.

Libyan Warrior said...

Yeah i know what you mean I only go to Libya for vacation as well, but I always veiwed Libya as my final destination. As far as weather Libya would welcome me, thats the hard part. Its seems that it is going to have to take me and I am going to have to take her no matter what.

I for one am sick of felling like a outsider here in the west, it seems everytime I turn on the TV, my religion, and my culture is under constant attack, and i cant help but feel extreamly unwelcome here.

As far as being looked down upon by the average person or so called "libyan" I dont really care too much about that. I am a Berber, and my mind is already made up that this land is my land, and I have a right to this land, more then any Arab Invader, even if he or she has lived here their whole life. This land is mine and not theirs because I am bound to it by blood and race, so if anyone is a unwanted immigrant its the people who decend from the tribe of benu hilil. I geuss i would seek acceptance if I was moving to Saudi Arabia, but libya is a imazighen nation so they only people whose opinions may hinder me are fellow Imazighen from Zuwara or Jebal Nefusa. I dont mean to come of as a Ultra nationalist, but i refuse to be treated like a forigner in my own homeland, i have been treated like one here in the states, i wont be treated as one on the land of my ancestors.

As far as the job issue, Libya is all about connections, just like any other place.

Nura said...

Salam to All,
Thanks Anglo for addressing this topic and everyone for their feedback.

Although I should feel comforted that there are other people around the world feeling the same ways, I am actually quite saddened that we all have to undergo these challenges which can be quite heartwrenching. It is true, it is an immigrant problem. I find that it is even more difficult with Libya because we come from a more closed society where integration is very much feared and globalization hasn't touched as much. For instance, I look at my parents and they are completely frightened of us losing our Libyan heritage by marrying non-Libyans and getting overly integrated in Western society. (Shouldn't the focus be on Islam instead? That is a whole other topic)

My experiences in Libya have actually been even more lonely and isolating than in the West (where I was born and raised and always felt like a foreigner - Europe does that to you). The freedoms I have when I return are very limited due to the fact that my father worries about safety and his protectionist tendencies take on full force. I always have to have a male chaperone and that is always my father who quickly becomes impatient with the driving and going out. So, I am often caged in at home, entertaining parents' guests and family and due to the fact that the trips are short, I never was able to make friends.

What is the solution? How can I even begin to experience my country when I was born and raised abroad and my parents are so protective when I return? Yes, I would love to go back and work and contribute to society and give back. But what are the opportunities and how do I reach them? Do I want to sacrifice precious years in my career? Will my parents let me work in the first place and volunteer and do all the activities I do over here? How will I adapt to the villa life where socializing is the number 1 priority (and I am very active and work-driven)? And beyond that, will I be even more confused as to who I am if I reach the conclusion that I really just do not fit in? These are the questions in the mind of a 24 year old who doesn't have children yet or other concerns voiced previously...

Having said all of that, I plan to return this spring inshaAllah. I haven't been back for a year and a half and I feel very disconnected. Every time I go, it is though I am searching for an identity, for a sense of belonging, for the family love I never really felt I had... but I come back shaking my head at my naiveté and relieved to be gone. InshaAllah this time will be different. ;) As long as this feeling of emptiness is there, the hope to find a home in Libya will continue...

maysoon said...

AngloLibyan, Nura, great topic... My uncle, (mother’s brother) who is married to an American lady and has 2 daughters, is thinking of coming back! I mean for a visit, vacation or whatever is ok, but for good that will be really tough!! He will need to start a life from scratch and with all the regulations and the complications he will face he will decide to go back for sure but after what? (AngloLibyan and Nura I am going to forward your blogs to him to read a little about it before they decide to come :o) )

As Nura mentioned it is all about socializing here (even though I don't do it and I only socialize with the immediate family) and at some point it does get stressful... anyway, it is really a big of an issue, to try to fit in, but some thing is soothing they will always excuse you...lol I always get this “she is like that coz she's lived away for a while” they are not expecting so much (visiting or entertaining)from me. Well you can always take advantage of it and be whoever you are :o) don't try to fit in... It is better to be “you” wherever you go.

One more thing, speaking out of experience and the process I am going through right now don't come back for good, especially that Libya (not the country) has nothing to offer YET! Maybe it will some day, I hope in the soon future… and yeah to get a decent job for those mashallah-experienced-educated individuals it is all about connections!
I am planning to go back!

Wishing you the best with your next trips to Libya , both of you AngloLibyan and Nura...

AngloLibyan said...

thank you LW for your contribution, I grew up in Libya knowing many Berbers as friends and neighbours I even have Berber friends here, I NEVER felt that I am better than them, I NEVER felt they were better than me, in fact to me we are all Libyan and Libya does not only have Berebers and Arabs, the Libyan population is a mixture of many races, I have always thought that the Berber are good decent proud people, I have never experienced any racism towards Berbers or others but I am all for equal rights to everyone which means Berbers should be allowed to use their names and their language and be proud of their heritage but thats another subject.
Good luck to you.

Nura, I feel that you really covered the issue and explained it so well, coming from someone born and raised outside of Libya that I do not have anything to add, thank you very much for raising this issue and I wish you the best inshaAllah.


Maysson, what you wrote is a little worrying but that is how it is in Libya at the moment, I can only hope and pray that the situation improves for all inshAllah, many thanks for your contribution to this post.

Brave Heart said...

well done AL,it's important issue for all of us,especially the second generation who is born outside Libya.
i just came from Libya 2 years ago,this mean i cant experience what u had experienced.the big Libyan problem is that Libya is static country not dynamic this mean if u go back now to Tripoli u will not find any major changes in the city, every thing the same as forty years ago.and if u have ambitions u will not able to do them.i believe the day of change is near and this day need the effort of every Libyan citizen that is what we must be ready for.about the children don't worry no one will look down because they were outside but they will be sorry of them cos they come back to Libya.it's time of work and getting experience and be ready to contribute to Libya at any time when it is ready for that.i wanted to replay to LW but i think it's the wrong place to do that.

AngloLibyan said...

thank you brave heart, you mention simmillar difficulties as mentioned by Mayson, thank you for being honest and telling how you feel it is.
It is a difficult decision, Allah help us making the right choice.

Lebeeya said...

I have a lot to say about this topic. Maybe I will steal your idea and write a post in my blog instead of commenting it here :)

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