As shocking as it may seem, hundreds of Americans still remain in Afghanistan along with tens of thousands of Afghans who gave themselves to help America for nearly 20 years and have been abandoned.
Many of those left behind by the Biden administration are American Christian missionaries and aid workers who have given of their lives over the past 20 years to serve the Afghan people, many in the countryside, far from the big cities and unable to respond to the sudden, unconscionable withdrawal which has caused havoc to a nation just starting to get on its feet.
Text messages just revealed show direct responsibility for the deaths of the 13 Americans on the part of the U.S. government, which was clearly warned of the attacks and continued to put Americans in harm's way. This responsibility continues in the response to the massive Christian-led, private efforts to rescue all Americans.
"Please help us—the Taliban are going door to door to find us. We are terribly afraid. Please help." This trembling voice, transmitted from a cellphone thousands of miles away, spoke for the petrified victims who remain in Afghanistan and are desperately seeking help.
Facing challenging odds, the Christian rescue teams are on the ground, laboring under precarious conditions to assist the Americans first and then the Afghans who helped America out as soon as possible.
"We are in a very strange situation," says an unidentified Christian working directly with the rescue effort, who asked that their identity remain protected. "While the Taliban are helping with those we are trying to rescue, we are in the bizarre situation where the U.S. government, in the form of the State Department, is actively opposing our efforts, from pressuring neighboring countries and not allowing our charter planes to land and take off to using diplomatic means to harm our efforts. It makes no sense and is just plain evil."
Urgent help is needed to assist with the emergency efforts where the Biden administration has unbelievably left hundreds of Americans and tens of thousands of endangered Afghans—who believed in America—to their fate.
"We are calling upon all who can to contact their congressmen, senators, the White House, the State Department to demand that all efforts to block our efforts stop immediately," the aid worker continues.
Abas Gul, who worked for the U.S. Army and has family still in Afghanistan, says, "We urgently need help! Our family are still there and cannot get out and are in mortal danger" speaking to a friend who worked for the U.S. State Department and USAID for years.
All believers are urged to call as many times as possible and demand an immediate stop to all attempts to harm the private relief efforts and that every American be brought home:
Anyone with a relative or friend still in Afghanistan can go to theworldhelpline.org, go to "help" and type in the information to be included in the list for rescue.