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Hard Lives for Afghans in Iran
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They knew some of us had been born and raised in Iran and had never been to Afghanistan. But we chose deportation over Syria. All the men were deported to Afghanistan. Ilya then tried again to enter Iran, succeeded, and fled to Turkey and then Lesbos, where Human Rights Watch interviewed him. Both men were threatened with deportation to Iran unless they agreed to fight in Syria, he said: A year ago, they took two of my brothers from the streets to fight, and for a long time we had almost no news from either of them. My young brother came back from one round of fighting and was briefly in Tehran. We saw him for one day and he gave us some money.
We have had no news from my older brother, Rahman, for the past six months. The authorities said they would deport him to Afghanistan, and we said ok, but when I called Afghanistan and asked my relatives where he was, they said they did not know. After a while, some of his friends came back from fighting in Syria and told us that they had seen him fighting there. His friends have come back, but we have no news from him. They arrested him and forced him, he told his friends who fought with him in Syria. His wife and children are here with us [in Greece]. I had to flee because I am so scared of being sent to fight myself. All of my family panicked; my mother became scared for me and said we have to leave Iran, so we came to Greece.
Ali Ali, 14, told Human Rights Watch by phone from Afghanistan that Iranian border guards detained him together with some other Afghans after they tried to cross from Iran into Turkey. Before his attempt to flee to Turkey, Ali said he lived in the city of Qum, working as a day laborer. Qoreishi, a migrant laborer who left his native Afghanistan 16 years ago, said he was at work when his wife called to say she was worried. After checking relatives' homes and searching the neighborhood throughout the night, the family contacted the police the following morning.
Soon, police found the body. The devastated family has asked for the death penalty for their daughter's killer. Qoreishi says the family is receiving many messages of sympathy and condolence both from Iranians and the Afghan community. However, he pointed out that Iranian media was initially slow to report on the crime.