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“It’s Not So Bad In Afghanistan”: Hypocritical Europe Not To Allow New Refugees

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"It's Not So Bad In Afghanistan": Hypocritical Europe Not To Allow New Refugees

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The leading EU states have sent a letter to the European Commission calling not to halt the expulsion of illegal migrants back to Afghanistan, despite the ongoing crisis in the country.

Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark, Greece and Belgium representatives (Interior Ministers or in charge of Migration) were among the signatories, who asked the European Commission to guarantee the forced return of certain Afghans.

“I have sent a letter to the European Commission calling for the continuation of the forced repatriation of individual Afghan citizens,” Belgian  Secretary of State for Migration and Asylum Sammi Mahdi wrote on Twitter.

The six countries express their ” concern ” about the current evolution of ” irregular migration ” from Afghanistan to Europe, and call for strengthening support initiatives in the region. In other words, they claim that it is better to cooperate more with Afghanistan and its neighbouring countries to ensure a safe living environment for the citizens, rather than seeing them fleeing to Europe.

“Just because parts of a country are dangerous doesn’t mean any citizen of that country is automatically entitled to protection,” Sammy Mahdi wrote on Twitter.

The letter was a response to the report from the European Union representatives in Afghanistan sent to the member States. In their turn, they were asking to temporary halt the forced return of migrants to Afghanistan for security reasons.

The spokespersons for the European Commission, Adalbert Jahnz, recalled that the decisions on return of migrants are made on a national level.

“Of course we remain in close contact with Member States regarding these returns, and we have taken note of the different approaches regarding the suspension of returns (decreed by Afghanistan, Editor’s note),” he noted. But ” every decision to return is a national decision.”

However, there is another important question posed to the EU, rather to include Afghanistan to the list of dangerous states or not. If yes, European countries will be forced to welcome more Afghan refugees.

The issue should be discussed at an emergency videoconference of the interior ministers of the EU countries, which will be held on August 18.

Earlier, the head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, Deborah Lyons, said that the number of refugees from Afghanistan could double by the end of this year. Moreover, we are talking about both legal and illegal immigration.

Meanwhile, the U.S. and its European allies call on their citizens to leave the country.

On August 13, Denmark has become the first country in the EU to offer residency to those it has worked with in Afghanistan. The offer is open to Afghan nationals that have worked at the Danish embassy in Kabul and or as interpreters with the country’s troops.

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"Israel" is a terrorist NATO settler colony

Will the EU let in Zionist refugees when the colony of “Israel” begins to collapse?

Arch Bungle

If the whole ME was run by jews it will look like the Gaza strip – which is run by Joos.

Fog of War

Russia can take them in.

Arch Bungle

That’s their true homeland:

“The Jewish Autonomous Oblast (JAO; Russian: Евре́йская автоно́мная о́бласть, Yevreyskaya avtonomnaya oblast; Yiddish: ייִדישע אװטאָנאָמע געגנט‎, yidishe avtonome Gegnt; [jɪdɪʃɛ avtɔnɔmɛ ɡɛɡnt])[13] is a federal subject of Russia in the Russian Far East, bordering Khabarovsk Krai and Amur Oblast in Russia and Heilongjiang province in China.[14] Its administrative center is the town of Birobidzhan.

At its height in the late 1940s, the Jewish population in the region peaked around 46,000–50,000, approximately 25% of the population.[15] As of the 2010 Census, JAO’s population was 176,558 people,[8] or 0.1% of the total population of Russia. By 2010 there were only 1,628 Jews remaining in the JAO (less than 1% of the population), according to data provided by the Russian Census Bureau, while ethnic Russians made up 92.7% of the JAO population.[16] Judaism is practiced by only 0.2% of the population of the JAO.[17]

Article 65 of the Constitution of Russia provides that the JAO is Russia’s only autonomous oblast. It is one of two official Jewish jurisdictions in the world, the other being Israel. “

Arch Bungle

Also, german era gas ovens …

World will be a better place without religion

You idiot.
Afghanistan are full of narko.
50%of Afghanistan are drug addicted..

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