US betrayed us! Afghan woman slams Biden as no one had chance to leave country

Sham Kohestani feels betrayed by international community

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Shamila Kohestani, the founder of Afghanistan’s first women’s football team, has felt betrayed by Joe Biden and the international community for exiting so fast. It came as the deadline for western military withdrawal from Afghanistan under the Taliban’s rule drew to a close.

Shamila Kohestani told BBC Newsnight: “Yeah, it’s absolutely heart-breaking.

“We feel so betrayed by the international community and with the US.

“Of course we don’t want the international community and the US to be staying in Afghanistan forever, but how you exit matters.”  

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She went on: “That’s what’s more heart-breaking for people.

“No one had the chance to leave the country because overnight, our country, literally, collapsed in front of our eyes.

“And we feel paralyzed and crying, and we couldn’t do anything about it.”

Ms Kohestani continued: “That’s what makes me angry.

“That’s what makes me sad because my family’s trapped, millions of Afghan girls, athletes, you know how they are at great risk.

“They didn’t have the chance flee their country, didn’t get the chance to evacuate to safety.

She added: “This is heart-breaking.”

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Evacuation efforts will run until August 31.

Joe Biden has rejected the pleas of domestic and international allies to keep troops in Afghanistan for evacuation efforts beyond the end of the month.

He said last Tuesday: “The sooner we can finish, the better.

Each day of operations brings added risk to our troops.”
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