The reason for such skepticism about Ahmadis’ lives is religious. Although followers of Islam, Ahmadis belong to the Hazara Shia community. The Taliban are looking for people from this community. The family left the village two months ago and came to Kabul out of fear. Then they were also given security. But now they are not getting it.
Murtaza’s sister Mahdia Ahmadi, 22, also worried, ‘What will happen to us? In the meantime, we are under threat. Now no police or army is providing security. When someone is knocking on the door, Murtaza thinks it is the Taliban and is running to hide from me or my mother. ‘
Mahdia said that meeting Messi also became a negative event in their lives. Because, everyone assumed, not only did they meet with Messi, they also paid a lot of money. After returning from Doha, they received threats and feared abduction of Murtaza.