GOD Dreams came to tears when outraged Afghan mothers tried to throw their children over razor-wire fences, hoping they would be brought out of war-torn country.
Women struggled through the crowd to reach the outskirts of Kabul Airport.
They dared to be severely beaten by the Taliban for staying away from the soldiers assigned to protect them from the airport.
And in the heartbreaking scenes that echoed Saigon in Vietnam half a century ago, mothers kept their babies to be taken away.
During the drama, both British and American soldiers were seen helping children in heroic flight experiments.
“The mothers were desperate, they were being beaten by the Taliban.
“They shouted, ‘Save my child,’ the children threw at us. Some of the babies fell on the barbed wire. What happened was terrible.
“At the end of the night, there was not a single person among us who did not cry.”
Similar demonstrations took place in another part of the airport, where US troops were on duty.
“Telephone footage shows an Afghan woman grabbing her youngest daughter as she looks down at two US guards.”
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One of them had no choice but to drop his M16 rifle and grab the girl by the arm so that she could climb over the wall as the crowd inside moved forward.
And one Afghan child who was able to board a plane was pictured sleeping on the floor of a cargo evacuation plane, warmed by a soldier’s clothes.
About 800 British և 5,000 Americans guard Kabul airport as a recent pilot attempt to evacuate thousands of foreign nationals working for the NATO-led mission.
When Saigon crashed into Viet Cong in 1975, mothers hit their children on helicopters leaving the US Embassy.
Some were posted with the message “loves sports”. Many have never seen their parents before.
The latest scenes follow a deadly chaos in which American soldiers killed two civilians who allegedly “touched a weapon with a threat.”
British troops have accused the Americans of “heavy tactics”.
The source of the capital of Afghanistan added. “The night is much worse. The crowd is normal during the day. But at night they move forward to try to get inside.
“Americans do it very differently,” he said. “There was a lot of contact between us and them.”
One of the British soldiers said. “It is very difficult to trace what is happening here without being affected. We are not on a combat mission, so the way we can protect these people is to get rid of them as soon as possible.
“We can only imagine what could happen to the rest.”
One of the remaining units of the Afghan National Security Forces guards the gate of Kabul airport.
Yesterday, soldiers saw people being shot in the head to disperse the crowd.
Taliban thugs also used plastic pipes to beat people.
About seven Afghans were killed Monday as they tried to board a submarine of a US C-17 transport aircraft.
At least two people were killed in a plane crash and one was found in the trunk when the plane landed in Doha.
The United States has evacuated 7,000 people since August 14.
That number includes 2,000 people who left the C-17 Globemasters of the US 12th Air Force, Pentagon officials said. Britain has saved far less as officials have difficulty filling planes because people are unable to reach the airport.
The United States can evacuate 9,000 people every 24 hours, and the RAF says it can evacuate 1,000 people a day.
The airport is the only part of Kabul that is not completely under the control of the Taliban, but militants control the approaching roads.
According to some reports, the “Taliban” movement is still cooperating last night.
Afghans say they have been barred from evacuating flights, despite public statements by the Taliban that a general amnesty allows anyone to leave.
American planes show Kabul every morning.
By September 11, all US and British troops will leave the country, but US President Biden said:
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