Young female musicians left behind because Biden is weak

JUST 400 FEET FROM FREEDOM

280 Afghan girls had been okayed to leave on U.S. Army flight

But Biden government gave Taliban the power to override approval

The girls — world-renowned musicians — were waiting in buses outside the airport gates to be flown to freedom by the U.S. 82nd Airborne.

They were crammed inside seven buses without food or water in hellish heat for 17 hours waiting for final Taliban approval. They were less than 400 feet from salvation.

Then, at the last moment, they were denied entry into the Kabul airport because the Biden government had given the Taliban the power to override the 82nd Airborne.

GIRL MUSICIANS LEFT BEHIND

Now they will be trapped in Afghanistan and forbidden under the threat of death from playing music.

“The bird was right there on the tarmac waiting for them,” said Robert Stryk, who has been coordinating private evacuations with former Navy SEAL Scott Taylor. “They are heartbroken. These are young girls who have devoted their entire lives to making melodies and will now be silenced.”

The girls face torture and death if they do not obey the strict Sharia laws prohibiting music.

New York Post story HERE.


This is a shocking cruelty to these young girls — please share this story on your social media and with your friends to get the word out. Maybe these musicians can still be saved. 


GIRLS COULD BE MURDERED LIKE THIS FOLK SINGER

An Afghan folk singer has been executed by the Taliban under strict Islamic law that forbids music.

The family of Fawad Andarabi told the Associated Press that he was dragged from his house and shot dead Friday by barbarian who came to his farm 60 miles north of Kabul.

“They shot him in the head,” said his son, Jawad. “He was innocent, a singer who only was entertaining people.”

Andarabi played a bowed lute called a ghichak and sang traditional songs about his country.


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