The Kabul Times.
Editorial

Afghan refugees facing forced deportation

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Hundreds of people gather outside the international airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2021. The Taliban declared an “amnesty” across Afghanistan and urged women to join their government Tuesday, seeking to convince a wary population that they have changed a day after deadly chaos gripped the main airport as desperate crowds tried to flee the country. (AP Photo)

Hundreds of Afghans have recently been expelled from Iran, after the hosting country started a headcount among thousands fled Afghanistan, following immediate political changes in the country.
In a recent measure, the neighboring country expelled over 597 undocumented Afghan refugees, after it applied a census that sparked concern among them.
The census, they feared, would cause heavy problems with their ongoing immigration status, as they said their information were being recorded that feared to result in their deprival of work and stay in that country.
Some of them are married, while thousands are seeking work; all concerned about their future, as they have not still received documents, despite struggling for legal stay in that country.
Also, Turkish government has recently deported hundreds of Afghan refugees, after releasing them from jails; some over two months.
The forcible pullout of the Afghan refugees has become a matter of concern for both the Afghan refugees and the Islamic Emirate, as the IEA is now seeking a permanent and appropriate solution for the immigration problems.
The Islamic Emirate has sent a delegation to Iran to study the situation of Afghan refugees and asylum seekers in that country.
Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate and deputy to the Ministry of Information and Culture, Zabihullah Mujahid has said that the immigrant issue was very important to the IEA and hoped the delegation could return with high achievements.
Some Afghan refugees complained that when they are forced to leave, they asked for what reason were they deported? The officials of the hosting countries said: “You have no government so you should leave our country.”
They may mean that as the Afghans have no government, there is not a responsible organ to respond to their problems whenever they are in other countries, or they bring the migration challenge as part of their pressures on the Islamic Emirate for the formation of what they call an exclusive government.
This is unfair and unjust as we have an inclusive government and the IEA authorities are making efforts to further widen the frame of the cabinet by inviting honest, faithful and patriotic experts to return home and join the system-building plans.
The whole world and regional countries; particularly Afghanistan’s neighbors should understand that the Islamic system is the only option after the fall of the past corrupt regime and the escape of hundreds of corrupt officials.
They fueled and prolonged devastating wars which was imposed by foreign intelligences, sought support from aliens’ forces to remain in power and looted public properties.
The people of Afghanistan don’t need them anymore and the establishment of an inclusive system doesn’t mean their inclusion. We have now an inclusive government and efforts are being made for further inclusiveness of the system.
Therefore, the world countries, particularly, our neighbors should not seek excuses to mistreat with the Afghan refugees, as the Islamic Emirate is seeking all ways for their dignified return to the country.

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