Fear of Christian Genocide In Afghanistan.


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The Taliban are celebrating their victory after the complete withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan. On the other hand, thousands of Afghans are crossing the borders of neighboring countries legally and illegally since the evacuation process ended at Kabul Airport on August 30, 2021.

Recently, Former United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he fears the ground has been laid for a “potential genocide” of Afghan Christians. The dire statement comes just days after the US withdrew from Afghanistan, and giving the control of the country to the Taliban.

He further added, “The humanitarian crisis that is erupting since the return of the Taliban to power is likely to lead to genocide against Christians if the Biden administration does not act,” Pompeo, who has himself been criticized for his role in the Taliban withdrawal agreement, expressed concern at reports that the Taliban have a list of the names of Christians and are actively hunting them down.

Many questions arise after this statement. Were Pompeo and the US administration unaware of the situation before signing an agreement with the hardline Islamic group? Or did they let it happen on purpose? The US administration was fully aware of the situation that a radical Islamic group could eliminate Afghan Christians as soon as it took control.

Even then, no concrete steps were taken to save these lives. Every year thousands of people are given asylum in the United States and Western countries, why these Afghan Christians are not considered on humanitarian grounds.

The Christian community in Afghanistan has largely converted from Islam to Christianity. Appoximaltely, there are 12,000 to 18,000 Christians in Afghanistan. These Christians are mostly hidden from society in order to avoid persecution.

As far as we know, since the Taliban took over Afghanistan, hundreds of Christians have fled the country or gone into hiding in the mountains. Even some lucky ones have reached Iran.

We are in touch with some of these Christian families, our organization are helping them in every possible way to get them to a safe places. Though it is difficult but it is possible to save these families before they were killed.

 We urge churches, international community, organizations and individuals to stand with us to save these lives.

Farrukh Saif
Farrukh Saifhttp://ecspe.org
Farrukh H. Saif is a dedicated Christian Human Rights activist who founded the Farrukh Saif Foundation in 2009 with a passionate mission to assist marginalized and oppressed minorities in Pakistan. These communities face religious discrimination, blasphemy laws, forced conversions, abductions, rape, and bonded slavery. His primary focus is on liberating bonded laborers working in brick kilns in rural Pakistan. In 2018, the Farrukh Saif Foundation merged with the US-based organization, The Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved. However, Farrukh H. Saif's efforts have made him a target for radical individuals, leading to numerous fatwas against him for alleged insults to Islam and Pakistan, as well as for aiding those accused of blasphemy. Farrukh H. Saif's work is extensive and impactful. Since 2009, his organization has been actively involved in a range of activities to support the marginalized and persecuted people of Pakistan
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