According to Fox News, an American woman stranded in Kabul claims she was lashed by the Taliban and had to see another guy being shot to death while attempting to exit Afghanistan.
Between her position and the Kabul international airport, the woman, whose identity has been suppressed due to security concerns, said there are 20 checkpoints manned by armed Taliban members.
On her way to the airport, she was lashed by an insurgent, while a man next to her was shot in the head, leaving his wife and child in tears.
The woman is currently hiding with her family and Afghan allies. She has appealed to US President Joe Biden to get her out of Afghanistan because she is unable to get to the airport due to her fear of the Taliban.
"Every time a car goes by, I have the feeling they're going to come up alongside us and execute us. I'm not sure if I'll ever see my children again "In an audio tape delivered to West Virginia Representative Carol Miller's office, she can be heard saying.
We recently received this audio from a courageous American in Kabul. Every time she tried to get to the airport, she was attacked. Despite the risk to herself, she wishes to share this with us. Before it's too late, we must ensure the protection of Americans and our friends.
The woman claimed that the situation in Afghanistan was "dire, even hopeless," and that Taliban militants were going door to door picking up those who worked with the US military or Nato. She went on to say that she would rather die than be kidnapped by the Taliban.
“It's getting tougher hour by hour... I'm afraid the Taliban are going to come in and kill us. Please, Mr. President, get us out of here. "We need help," the woman pleaded, her eyes welling up with tears.
Her brother, a former military interpreter and contractor who now lives in the United Kingdom, alleged that Taliban gunmen had slain two of his colleagues in the week after they took control of Kabul.
The woman's husband, who is safe in the US state of Virginia with their children, is concerned that the Taliban may impose an internet blackout to disrupt communication and keep the rest of the world in the dark about any human rights atrocities.
According to the Associated Press, the US Embassy has issued a fresh security warning to Americans in Afghanistan, advising them not to travel to the Kabul airport unless they have received specific instructions from a US government agent.
Since August 15, US Army Major General Hank Taylor, Joint Staff deputy director for regional operations, informed Pentagon reporters that the US has evacuated 17,000 individuals through Kabul airport, including 2,500 Americans.
Officials from the United States think that there are up to 15,000 Americans in Afghanistan, although they admit they don't have exact figures.
Screening and logistical challenges have hindered the evacuations, as have Taliban fighters patrolling the perimeter outside the airport and stationed at various checkpoints along the route. At the moment, 5,200 US forces are on the ground assisting with the evacuation.
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