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German Interior Minister: Considering deportation of Afghan refugees

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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

After an Afghan attacker killed a German police officer, the country’s interior minister has stated that the option of deporting Afghan refugees is being considered.

During a press conference, Nancy Faeser, the German Interior Minister, raised this issue on Tuesday, June 4. She said that they would review the deportation of Afghan refugees who are considered potential threats.

She mentioned that refugees who pose a threat to the security of German citizens would be sent back to their country, even if that country is not safe.

This comes after an Afghan man attacked a gathering of Islam critics named “Pax Europa” on Friday. In this attack, seven people, including a police officer, were injured, but the officer succumbed to his injuries.

This comes amid the dire situation of Afghan refugees in neighboring countries continues to be a significant concern. Many Afghan refugees in countries like Iran and Pakistan face harsh living conditions, limited access to basic services, and the constant threat of deportation.

These countries struggle to support the large influx of refugees, leading to overcrowded camps and strained resources.

Additionally, the issue of illegal migration of Afghans attempting to reach European countries has escalated. Many refugees undertake perilous journeys, facing dangers such as human trafficking and dangerous sea crossings.

The desire for safety and a better life drives this illegal migration, but it often results in tragic outcomes, with many losing their lives or ending up in detention centers across Europe.

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