Afghanistan: the distress of Abdul-Azam Azizi -!


Reserved for subscribers Abdul Azam Azizi is the vice-president of the Azadi association. Personal CollectionPORTRAIT – This Afghan, exiled in Paris since , suffers in the face of the events which are tearing Kabul apart. Impossible to find sleep when worry devours the night. “Over the past two days, I’ve only slept for two hours,” says Abdul-Azam Azizi, 27 years old. Exiled in Paris since , the young Afghan saw the return of the Taliban as a nightmare over and over again. “When I walk in the street, I jump when I see a police car pass by. I have flashbacks. By dint of consulting the images on social networks, I have the impression of being in Afghanistan. In my head, the past mixes with the present, ”he continues. Read also Afghanistan: why the Taliban won Since the resumption of Kabul on 15 August, by Islamist fighters, he has moved heaven and earth with the members of the Azadi association (“freedom”), of which he is the vice-president, to exfiltrate people in danger. “I know their situation too well. I’ve been there, ”said the ex-student at Inalco who left Kabul under threat in 2015, before crossing illegally 17 country to arrive in Paris. In the space of a week, twenty years of hope have gone up in smokeAbdul Azam Azizi The mobilization is bearing fruit: to this day, France – which This article is reserved for subscribers. You still have 74% to discover. Freedom has no borders, like your curiosity. Continue reading your article for € 1 for 2 months Already a subscriber? Connect Source:


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