Kabul airport is busy these days …

Kabul international airport is very busy these days, not alot of Afghans living in foreign countries come back to Afghanistan. but with the deportees who are being sent back to Afghanistan. Probably this is one of the biggest business for the airline companies and also Afghan Government. However the victims are those who are sent back, because they are the people who have to face all the problems waiting for them in Kabul and Afghanistan.

Another 6 people from Sweden and 7 from Holland were sent back to Kabul on Thursday 11th July 2013. Probably these people are not the end of it because hundreds of Afghans are in European detention centers facing deportations. All the deportations has to be stopped so that more people don’t get victim of suicide attacks and bad security condition of Afghanistan.


About Abdul Ghafoor

Abdul Ghafoor is a refugee rights activist and blogger stationed in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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3 Responses to Kabul airport is busy these days …

  1. Dhjana says:

    Hi, I’m Dhjana from the ani-deportation group in Holland. I would like to get in touch with you, so that we can join actions and info. Could you please mail at info (at) deportatieverzet.nl? There are also some persons that we have lost contact with since they were deported and we would really like to have news of them. Kind regards, Dhjana

    • azads11 says:

      Thanks Dhjana i tried to mail you. hopefully you have got one .. but i am not sure about your correct email address ..

  2. Dhjana says:

    anti-deportation, I mean, offcourse

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