"Indeed, and to be quite honest, when I first arrived, it was a completely different world for me, because I actually lived in that village and went straight to Prague, so I didn't even know any Jordanian cities. Really, I went straight from that village to Prague. It was very difficult for me, because Czech is very complicated, very difficult. Otherwise, I learned a lot of languages in my life, for example I learned English, French, Spanish, I learned Chinese for twelve years. And let me tell you, of all those languages, Czech is really the most difficult. I had big issues with Czech. It was very difficult for me to learn Czech, because I studied for six months, then I started at CTU as a student and I really had to learn day and night to handle it. Not only did I have a difficult school, but I had to deal with a language that was very difficult and very distant for me. But soon, right at the beginning, I met my wife, the mother of my children. I am grateful to her for a lot, and that is why I started living here in Modřany. And since then I have been trying to learn Czech and this is how I happened to be in Modřany and I have stayed here in Modřany ever since. In other words, I am actually grateful to the district of Modřany for a big lot. I am indebted to them for everything: for home, for children, for a nice life, for work. Yeah, it's just… I really have to tell you here that I'm grateful for everything. I am grateful to the Czech Republic for giving me a home. Today I am… I look like a foreigner, I have a foreign name, but I am proud that I am actually a Czech. In other words: a Czech citizen does not have to be born only here, one can become a Czech like me here, because the Czechia is my home and I am ready to do everything for the Czechia."