‘My heart aches for Afghanistan’: Mother’s emotional reunion with family in UK return | ITV News

‘My heart aches for Afghanistan’: Mother’s emotional reunion with family in UK return | ITV News

a moment this family in coventry thought might not happen seventy-nine-year-old leilama hafizi returned to her children and grandchildren after weeks stuck in afghanistan where she had traveled for a family funeral her first tearful reunion was with daughter fariba she was so emotional overwhelmed with emotions she was crying she was hugging me so tight i asked him but soon the tears were not just of happiness as loma described her two-hour ordeal at the gates of kabul airport her words were translated by fareeba they had to fight their way through the crowd in order to get to the barrier and she got knocked by someone like a punch unexpected punch hit her right on the chest she felt a deep pain and she was unconscious after that my cousin put her on his back and dragged her along on his back all the way to the barrier she said she felt like i was on the verge of dying i didn’t thought i would make her through la loma did make it through but so many others are still trapped with hundreds gathering at the doors of this charity in feltham to try to seek help for family members scared that the government’s only option now is to deal with the taliban we’ve had direct assurances from the taliban that will allow people british nationals but also afghans who want to leave to leave and overnight britain working with the us and with france secured a u.n security council resolution requiring that the taliban but look we’re very skeptical we will have to test the taliban one former adviser is also skeptical but says ministers need the taliban to tackle a new terror threat i think the west has to be willing to hit isis targets if we had good intelligence but we should be trying to do that in cooperation with the taliban however bizarre that seems cooperation with the taliban is hard to take for the hafizi family who fled the group over two decades ago after their father a taylor was beaten for making clothes for women an experience that makes them fear for those left behind this time for the past 10 days i was quarantined my mind my soul my heart everything was back in afghanistan i couldn’t stop worrying and fearing and you know crying and tearing for those people who are still stranded and stuck in afghanistan it’s almost like history repeating but this time round the west is not prepared to intervene as forcefully anushka astana news at 10.
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