Glasgow refugees and asylum seekers have come together to form a new campaign demanding "to be heard" after the Park Inn attack last Friday. 

Refugees For Justice is calling for an end to a "broken, inhumane, and unjust asylum and immigration system" which has left Glasgow with "deep wounds". 

It comes in the wake of the stabbings at the Park Inn Hotel on West George Street which left six injured. 

The man behind the attack, Badreddin Abadlla Adam, 28, was shot dead by armed officers. 

During the coronavirus pandemic, the Mears Group had moved asylum seekers into the hotel. 

In a manifesto, Refugees for Justice is pleading for a "safe, transparent, supportive and publicly accountable process" in which asylum seekers could voice their concerns without fear of retribution. 

It emphasises that a full investigation at every level is required, exposing and addressing the failures of the system, in order to ensure justice and that such an incident never happens again. 

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Describing the attack as a "devastating tragedy", the manifesto adds that "people come to Scotland for peace and sanctuary, not for violence".

The group adds that asylum seekers have "silenced, intimidated and threatened" in the past three months after they were moved into the hotels with "very limited access to support". 

It reads: "We do not deserve this. The City did not deserve this. None of the victims of this devastating tragedy deserve this.

"We believe a broken, inhumane, and unjust asylum and immigration system that allows people to be treated this way, and allows our cities, communities and citizens to face such tragic consequences."

Setting context for their demands, the manifesto continues: "In their shared houses and flats, asylum seekers were safer and better able to follow public health instructions to protect themselves and others from the risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 than in hotels.

"Asylum seekers were evicted from their homes with no adequate notice.

"Some were given 20 minutes, or even less, to pack up and get into the car. Some did not know where they are being moved to and why."

It adds that the asylum seekers were"neglected", as their cash support was halted and they did not know how to access medical support which saw their "mental heath deteriorated significantly". 

The manifesto goes on to describe a 30-year-old Syrian refugee named Adnan who died in his room in May.

It reads: "Adnan, a 30-year-old Syrian refugee, died in one of the hotel rooms earlier in May. It is reported that his mental health rapidly deteriorated after being moved from his home to a hotel room.

"A Scottish investigation led by the Crown Office is ongoing, and we respect that it will take some time for the full facts to emerge.

"We believe Adnan could still be alive if he was not put in such distressing conditions, and if he could have access to adequate support."

Friday's attacker Badreddin Abadlla Adam was described as "neglected, humiliated, and isolated".

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The manifesto reads: "Badreddin, a 28-year-old man, who was here seeking asylum, was shot dead by police after he stabbed six people in the Park Inn Hotel.

"He was neglected, humiliated, and isolated. He was distressed the night before the incident. He expressed his anger and frustration to other asylum seekers in the hotel and this was reported to hotel staff."

The campaign laid out three long-term demands: (1) for the people and policies who are "responsible for the inhumane treatment" of asylum seekers to be held to account; (2) additional support for the asylum seekers to give them the opportunity to talk about their experiences in an honest and open way; (3) for real changes to the UK asylum system to prevent abuse. 

It also called for immediate action such as the restoration of the basic financial allowance and the return to residential accommodation. 

Addressing Glaswegians directly the manifesto adds: "Our fellow Glaswegians, you have made this city home for us.

"We make Glasgow together. We will fight for changes so that all humans are treated with dignity, the truth is heard about the system failures, and justice is served. We will not let you down."

Read the full manifesto here.