A former Afghan special force, Abdul Wasi Safi, “needs immediate medical intervention at the US border. “He was bleeding from his ears and is in extreme pain, According to his attorney, tweeted on 8 January by Sara Blame Morgan.”
His brother, Samiullah Safi, a former US Army interpreter, told SBM, “He fought shoulder to shoulder, combat to combat, day and night, against the common enemy of Afghanistan and the United States.”
After the regime changed and the fall of Afghanistan, he was forced to flee his homeland. By then, he had travelled to South America and trekked north, hoping to seek legal asylum in the United States.
However, when he reached the US, he was arrested by border patrol agents and has been held in a detention facility on the US-Mexico border since September, as reported by Storyteller SBM.
As he was promised safety from the current regime, “he now faced deportation back to Afghanistan,” the report further stated.
His brother Samiullah expressed his concern over the deportation of Abdul to Afghanistan and said, “I am sure they will not just kill him; they will probably hang him on a square so that to be a good example for so many others”, he stated.
On the other hand, “Afghan special forces who served alongside American troops in Afghanistan, fled to Iran after the collapse of the former government in the country, are now being recruited by the Russian military to fight in Ukraine”, Associated Press reported on October 2022.