Crying Afghan girl shares fears of ‘dying slowly in history’ as her country is seized by Taliban

A heartbreaking video of an Afghan girl voicing her anguish on the world’s therapy of her country has gone viral, days earlier than the Taliban efficiently established their management on Sunday. 

The emotional video, which garnered roughly 1.6 million views, was initially posted to Twitter by human rights activist Masih Alinejad, and includes a crying girl whose identification stays unknown.  

‘We do not rely as a result of we have been born in Afghanistan,’ the tearful girl explains in the 45-second clip.

‘I can’t assist crying,’ she provides. ‘No one cares about us. We’ll die slowly in historical past.’ 

A heartbreaking video of an Afghan girl voicing her anguish at the world's treatment of her country has gone viral, days before the Taliban successfully established their control of Afghanistan Sunday

A heartbreaking video of an Afghan girl voicing her anguish on the world’s therapy of her country has gone viral, days earlier than the Taliban efficiently established their management of Afghanistan Sunday

The emotional video, which garnered roughly 1.6M views, was initially posted to Twitter by human rights activist Masih Alinejad, and features a crying girl whose identity remains unknown.

The emotional video, which garnered roughly 1.6M views, was initially posted to Twitter by human rights activist Masih Alinejad, and includes a crying girl whose identification stays unknown.

On the identical day the video was posted, United Nations’ Secretary-General António Guterres mentioned in a statement that ‘Afghanistan is spinning out of management’ and that the battle is ‘taking a good greater toll on girls and kids.’   

In addition, Guterres mentioned he is ‘deeply disturbed by early indications that the Taliban are imposing extreme restrictions on human rights in the areas beneath their management, significantly concentrating on girls and journalists.’

‘It is significantly horrifying and heartbreaking to see experiences of the hard-won rights of Afghan women and girls being ripped away from them,’ he added.  

Previously, Afghan girls weren’t allowed to work, research, or be handled by male docs until accompanied by a male chaperone. 

Individuals who violated the sexist legal guidelines have been imprisoned, public flogged, and even executed.

The worldwide group ultimately labored to open colleges for women and allowed girls to return to work following the Taliban’s ousting from energy in 2001.

However, now that the Taliban has seized 18 of Afghanistan’s 34 provincial capitals and controls greater than two-thirds of the country, the longer term for Afghan girls stays unsure. 

Biden deploys 1,000 more US troops to Kabul - bringing total number to 6,000 - as shots are fired at the airport where ambassador has fled with embassy flag

Biden deploys 1,000 extra US troops to Kabul – bringing complete quantity to six,000 – as photographs are fired on the airport the place ambassador has fled with embassy flag

A U.S. Chinook helicopter flies near the U.S. Embassy as smoke rises in Kabul, Afghanistan, late on Sunday night

A U.S. Chinook helicopter flies close to the U.S. Embassy as smoke rises in Kabul, Afghanistan, late on Sunday evening

Taliban fighters raise their flag at the Ghazni provincial governor's house, in Ghazni, southeastern, Afghanistan, Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021

Taliban fighters increase their flag on the Ghazni provincial governor’s home, in Ghazni, southeastern, Afghanistan, Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021

The Taliban’s return to energy occurred regardless of tons of of billions of {dollars} spent by the United States build up Afghan authorities and its protection forces.      

On Sunday, the US Ambassador to Afghanistan and a few of his employees have been seen fleeing their Kabul office as the Pentagon elevated the quantity of troops deployed in the area from 1,000 to six,000.

Ambassador Ross Wilson have been each seen arriving at Kabul airport, as different Americans nonetheless in the country have been ordered to shelter in place, after photographs have been fired on the metropolis’s airport.  

Late Sunday evening, the State Department introduced all personnel had been evacuated from the US Embassy in Kabul and have been on the airport.

‘We can verify that the secure evacuation of all Embassy personnel is now full. All Embassy personnel are situated on the premises of Hamid Karzai International Airport, whose perimeter is secured by the US Military,’ State Department spokesperson Ned Price mentioned in an announcement. 

Initially, the intention had been to have employees eliminated inside 72 hours, however the Taliban’s advances throughout the Afghan capital Kabul prompted the instant removing of all employees.