Right now, Afghanistan is the most dangerous country in the world in terms of security, human rights violations, discrimination and persecution of the weak, according to Gallup’s Law and Order Index Report 2019. Far worse than Venezuela, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan or any other nation on the face of the earth.
The war-torn Afghanistan’s score of 38 on Gallup’s Law and Order Index is by far the lowest out of all 142 countries surveyed, which also went down as the deadliest year in recent history for Afghan civilians.
Refugees and asylum seekers from Afghanistan face imminent threat to their lives and human rights at the hands of an extremely corrupt government with powerful warlords in control and the world’st most dangerous terrorist groups.
According to Ashraf Ghani, the president of Afghanistan, there are currently around 20 international terrorist organisations operating in Afghanistan, including the most lethal ISIS, Taliban, Al Qaeeda and Haqqani Group.
Thousands of civilians are tortured, imprisoned and killed by terrorist groups, coalition military strikes and warlords in the government. Far more civilians are killed in Afghanistan than any other country in the world.
An incompetent government is part of the human rights breaches and facing United Nation human rights violations cases. It does not only fail in protecting the people but is part of an evil cycle that harms innocent civilians.
We believe that forced deportation of Afghan asylum seekers and refugees to Afghanistan must stop now.