Another farmer Ali Mohammad also said,"We have no choice but to cultivate poppy. However, this year, we failed to collect any yield from our poppy land."Afghanistan, one of the poorest countries in the world, once occupied 90 percent of global narcotics market. Now, it is still the world's largest producers and exporters of narcotics. After over 30 years of war and unrest, poppy cultivation and drug production have become the pillar of Afghan economy, as desperate peasants in rural areas turn to poppy growth to earn bread money.However, drug industry worsened the social and political unrest, and hampered social development, plunging Afghan society into an ever deeper abyss. It has also turned into a tool for Taliban insurgents to raise money for their terrorist activities.