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He recalled a case that happened two years ago where “four gay men were chopped into pieces after they were lured into coming to a house party in the night in Kōtah-ye Sangī in Kabul”.

However, the UK Home office guidance on sexual orientation and gender identity on Afghanistan states that if an Afghan gay person could “conceal aspects of his or her sexual orientation/identity […] they may not have a well-founded fear of persecution” Asked to comment on this, the Director of the LGBT organisation is flabbergasted: “how could someone conceal their sexual orientation? I almost always feel helpless.” One such case is that of Ahmad Faizi, a 26-year-old Pashtoon man, at present in Herat province.

Many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) of all ages and in all regions of Afghanistan are exposed to serious risks becoming victims of honour-killings, forced marriages and physical violence from their immediate and extended family members, tribal and community leaders and groups.

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A local organisation who secretly provides health services to the LGBT community in Afghanistan has stated that many gay men who visit them are unhappy and share stories of forced marriages, harassment, risks and dangers they encounter on an everyday basis from their families, community, government officials etc.

Most of them live a life of stoic acceptance who sooner or later will be a target for Islamists.

The women believed heroic Captain Morgan Travis was on the lonely hearts website looking for love Ms Smith said: 'Despite having obtained substantial sums of money he then decided to say Morgan Travis had been arrested for money laundering and requested money in the guise of Sergeant James Wayne who said he was a friend of Travis.'Despite discovering Morgan Travis was a lie dreamt up by a Nigerian man called Tosin Olasemo she continued an online relationship with him after telling her he had committed the fraud because he had borrowed money from Nigerian militants and now owed them money under pain of death.

Ms Smith said: 'Unfortunately she still felt an attachment to the defendant and stayed in contact for some time and sent him more money until a lady claiming to be the Danish wife of Olasemo contacted her.

I also spoke to 28-year-old Khyber (a pseudonym used for his protection) who is currently on the run in Mazar-e-Sharif. It is clear for Afghans that it’s a big crime here. There are [many] human rights organisations working with the government in Afghanistan and none of them can prevent punishment for gay men.” “As a gay man, it is dangerous thing to go on a date in Afghanistan.

He reported that Afghan gay men are at risk of systematic honour-killings, ‘sexuality cleansing’ and physical violence by state and non-state actors. They didn’t give me food and they tried to change me. Government don’t mention them, they don’t want to appear in TV and media. If they reveal their gay identity they will receive threats. Homophobic views and violence against LGBT groups in Afghanistan are pervasive.

This results to an imminent threat and violence from the police and government officials that hang over gay men like a dark cloud in Kabul.

Kabul adds another layer of risk that doesn’t exist elsewhere in the country.

They made me fear from religious punishment and Quran and they tried to kill me if I didn’t change my nature. Kabul is a political hub where many powerful groups flex their muscles using tribal influence, wealth, and violence with an obvious and iniquitous agenda to contribute towards political and social order across Afghanistan including in the capital itself.

The strong network base dependent on kinships, social and religious alliances makes it difficult to maintain anonymity in Afghanistan in general.

Ms Smith said: 'She began talking to him over the video service Yahoo Messenger but he informed her he couldn't send live video of himself due to security risks in Afghanistan - something she accepted.

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