Naka embodies the dilemma faced by the new generation of South Sudanese who have lived in exile most of their lives. They have no connection to the land of their parents except the horror stories they see in the media. They identify with the Israeli youth and have been living the Israeli way of life for as long as they can remember. Going to South Sudan will only create more disruption in their lives and contribute to the feeling of being ostracized anywhere they go.