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Afghan residents in Germany rally in support of slain German police officer

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

Hundreds of Afghan residents in Germany took to the streets of Frankfurt on Saturday in solidarity with the family of a German police officer recently killed by an Afghan man.

Participants of the march expressed disgust towards extremism, emphasizing that the attacker does not represent the Afghan community.

Afghan residents from various cities participated in the Saturday march, displaying banners in support of German police efforts against violence and terrorism.

One of the organizers highlighted concerns among Afghan refugees regarding the impact of such incidents on their asylum cases, assuring that Germany evaluates immigration cases meticulously and grants residency if conditions are met.

He added that the asylum review process might take longer to identify “extremists and criminals.”

Additionally, march participants stressed the Afghan refugees’ need for a secure environment, stating that the attacker, Suluiman Atayee, does not represent all Afghans.

Amid the dire situation in Afghanistan, recent events have exacerbated tensions in Germany, prompting German leaders to issue warnings about the deportation of criminal refugees. The situation in Afghanistan remains precarious, with escalating violence and instability.

Forced deportations of Afghan refugees from neighboring countries like Iran and Pakistan add to the humanitarian crisis, leaving many displaced individuals in dire circumstances, further underscoring the urgency for international support and solutions.

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