Our Afghan allies have been trapped in a safe house room all day, every day… for several months. Because to their condition, they are unable to accomplish anything, including work or provide for their families.

Afghanistan Withdrawal by the United States in 2021

The United States has been allies with Afghanistan for decades, but now that they withdrew, these loyal allies are left behind. With nowhere to go and no one to help them, they are stuck in a safe house room all day, every day… for months at a time. Because of their condition, they are unable to do anything. Imagine the mental anguish on not just hiding in fear for your life, but depending 100% on organizations such as Project Exodus Relief. What’s worse, most of them have their families with them.

The new normal for these allies is being stuck in a room with no end in sight. They have no idea what the future holds and are just trying to survive day by day. But as the United States continues to ignore Afghanistan, their allies face an uncertain future and a bleak outlook for their country. Hopefully, in the coming weeks and months, we can find a way to help these allies and give them the support they need during this difficult time.

Our Afghan allies have been trapped in a safe house room all day, every day... for several months and are unable to accomplish anything.

Our Afghan Allies in Afghanistan are Suffering

Ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan have resulted in widespread suffering for our Afghan allies. They now find themselves trapped in a safe house with nowhere to go. With the US withdrawing from Afghanistan by 2021, these allies are struggling to survive amidst the turmoil of war and political uncertainty.

The Taliban is a ruthless terrorist government that uses abuse and fear to get what it wants. Our Afghan allies have worked with or for the United States, so that places a big target on their back and their families are at risk. To make matters worse, the Taliban has lists of their names and are actively looking for them. We have lost many of our guys in the past 8 months. It has been devastating.

To truly understand the struggles facing our Afghan allies, we must recognize one important thing. Their situation is not just a temporary setback. In other words, it is a new normal that they must contend with on a daily basis. Many have been left without work or financial support as they wait out the withdrawal process, while others still face threats of violence and attacks from extremist groups like the Taliban.

Despite these challenges, there are efforts underway to help our allies in Afghanistan. Organizations like Project Exodus Relief and other humanitarian groups are working together. Our goal is to provide support for those who have been displaced by war and political upheaval.

We currently have over 700 Afghan allies and their families whom we support 100%. They depend on us for safe houses, food, toiletries and other necessities, such a wood during Winter. It has been really tough raising funds for our efforts, especially since the conflict in Ukraine came up and so much attention has been diverted there.

We need the United States government to help Afghan allies

As we continue to witness the devastating effects of conflict in Afghanistan, we must act. The United States government must act. It is essential that we do everything we can to support our allies in this time of need. Whether through advocacy, aid, or simply listening to their stories, we must stand together and show solidarity with those who have sacrificed so much in the name of peace.

For without them, Afghanistan may never truly find a path towards healing and stability. In conclusion, only with our help can Afghanistan’s allies achieve true freedom and justice in their country.

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1. https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/07/politics/us-withdrawal-afghanistan-taliban-deal/index.html

2. https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/new-normal-our-afghan-allies-struggle survive-n1241944

3. https://eurasianet.org/s/the-us-withdrawal-from-afghanistan-and-the-new-normal-for-our allies

4. https://www.refworld.org/docid/5f5fb47d4.html

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