A 25-year-old pregnant woman from California who is stranded after Joe Biden’s disastrous withdrawal of troops from the Islamic hell-hole of Afghanistan is speaking out from an undisclosed location.

In a heartbreaking video, a woman who goes by Nadia asks, “There’s been days when I ask myself, ‘Am I gonna make it home? Am I gonna end up living here? Am I gonna end up dying here? What’s gonna happen?”


Epoch Times reports – Nasria, who spoke to VOA on condition that only her first name be used out of concerns for her safety, told the outlet she traveled to Afghanistan in June to marry her longtime boyfriend, an Afghan national. Following the Taliban’s lightning takeover of the country, the newlyweds tried to evacuate but were unsuccessful.

“There’s been days where, you know, I think to myself … am I going to make it home? Am I going to end up living here? Am I going to end up dying here?” she told VOA Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb.

Private groups and former military personnel, who have stepped up to raise funds and get citizens and allies out, estimate that the number of U.S. citizens remaining in Afghanistan is in the thousands, not hundreds.

Nasria described the chaotic evacuation effort, telling VOA that “it was so hard to just get on a flight. There was a couple of days where we had to sleep on streets.”

She said her flight was canceled when evacuations were thrown into chaos by a deadly suicide bombing on Aug. 26, which claimed the lives of 13 U.S. service members, 3 Britons, and around 170 Afghans. Nasria said she coordinated with U.S. State Department officials on alternate evacuation arrangements, but these fell through in the final dramatic days of the airlift.

Nasria said that, even though she showed her American passport to Taliban members controlling access to Kabul airport, she was repeatedly denied entry.

“I had a gun pointed to my head,” she said. “Our troops were literally at the gate, just waiting for us to continue walking, and [the Taliban] had blocked us,” she said, adding that she tried to walk past them, but they fired warning shots at the ground beside her and ordered her to stop.

“I’ve never in my life … ever experienced anything like this,” she continued. “It was like a movie scene.”

Even though the State Department has told her to shelter in place while they work to find a way to get her out, she said she’s losing hope.

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