Horrifying Images Emerge Of Afghani People Trapped On The Outside Of Plane While In Air

Haunting new materials have been shared online from the Kabul airport where numerous desperate citizens tried to cling to the planes to flee Afghanistan as the terrorists took control. 

Some of the images are of people trapped outside a plane while it was taking off. A video also showed a person stuck in a plane’s landing gear while it was in the air.

The image below was taken from a highly disturbing video shot by a passenger. 

According to media reports “the body of an Afghan so desperate to escape the country hours after Kabul fell to the Taliban was found in the landing gear of an American C-17 transport aircraft hours after it hastily took off from Hamid Karzai International Airport.”

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It remains unclear whether the person stuck in the landing gear was the one who was seen falling to his death from the sky.

Other materials emerged of the Taliban terrorizing the locals.

The Taliban easily gained control over Afghanistan after President Biden’s thoughtless withdrawal of U.S. forces which has been slammed by everyone from allies to Navy Seals.

And while the current administration has tried to blame former President Trump for the situation in Afghanistan, according to The Wall Street Journal this is far from being true…

“The Afghan army fighting alongside American troops was molded to match the way the Americans operate. The U.S. military, the world’s most advanced, relies heavily on combining ground operations with air power, using aircraft to resupply outposts, strike targets, ferry the wounded, and collect reconnaissance and intelligence.

In the wake of President Biden’s withdrawal decision, the U.S. pulled its air support, intelligence and contractors servicing Afghanistan’s planes and helicopters. That meant the Afghan military simply couldn’t operate anymore. The same happened with another failed American effort, the South Vietnamese army in the 1970s, said retired Lt. Gen. Daniel Bolger, who commanded the U.S.-led coalition’s mission to train Afghan forces in 2011-2013.”

Mr. Bolger said:

“There is always a tendency to use the model you know, which is your own model. When you build an army like that, and it’s meant to be a partner with a sophisticated force like the Americans, you can’t pull the Americans out all of a sudden, because then they lose the day-to-day assistance that they need.”

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