ATTENTION: Will America abandon those who risked their lives and the lives of their families in order to save our’s?
Let’s Tell President Biden Not to Abandon America’s Friends to Certain Death. SIGN THE PETITION HERE>>>
President Biden has announced that all American forces will be out of Afghanistan by Sept. 11, no matter what. Here’s what that means …
- For us in the United States, it means a resurgence of Taliban supported terrorism against America’s homeland. (According to a recent United Nations report, the Taliban and al Qaeda “remain closely aligned and show no indication of breaking ties.”)
- For Afghans who believed America’s promises and helped U.S. forces, it means death for themselves and their families.
- And for the rest of the people of Afghanistan, it means human rights abuses and war crimes by the Taliban.
- A return to the severe persecution of ethnic and religious minorities, women and girls, and moderate Muslims who oppose Taliban extremism.
Please sign our petition to Joe Biden and Congressional leaders to prevent theMASSIVE slaughter of Afghans who risked their lives to help America.
U.S. intelligence agencies estimate that without air support, Afghanistan’s army will lose the war against the Taliban within 6 months of the U.S. pulling out.
For years progressives have insisted the problem in Afghanistan is the presence of American forces. But as those forces leave, the truth is becoming more and more obvious that the real problem all along has been a ruthless Taliban willing to murder their own people to re-establish an extremist Islamic state.
For a very modest investment, America can stop the Taliban and protect countless American and Afghan lives. But we must pressure Joe Biden and Congressional leaders to do the right thing.
You can do so by SIGNING OUR PETITION HERE.
But what is the right thing? The Afghan army is capable and resilient. They could win against the Taliban with air support. But their air resources are meagre. And the the tactical jet fighters, helicopters, and support aircraft they have are mostly maintained by foreign contractors. When those contractors leave, any chance for air support will be gone.
Consider that hundreds of loyal Afghan soldiers have been killed in recent months even while the U.S. air support that might have saved their lives was DENIED to them by the Biden Defense Department.
To carry the day, and ultimately beat the Taliban; Afghanistan’s government forces desperately need more aircraft and ongoing access to parts and maintenance. The U.S. need only provide enough personnel to protect those supplies and contractors.
It’s a small investment that could dramatically raise the morale of the beleaguered Afghan security forces, turn the tide against the Taliban, and, ultimately, protect the American people from renewed acts of Taliban sponsored terrorism.
America also bears responsibility to provide asylum to any and all Afghans who believed America’s promises and agreed to work with U.S. forces. They should not be left to die at the hands of a vengeful Taliban.
Cloaking America’s Afghan withdrawal in the garb of a 9/11 commemoration doesn’t hide the fact that America is reneging on our commitments, abandoning our principled defense of human rights, and deserting the brave Afghans who helped us fight the Taliban.
Won’t you please take a stand for American integrity, the safety of our people, and the protection of our friends who risked their lives to help the United States? PLEASE, sign the petition to Joe Biden and Congressional leaders today?
Thank you for your courage and commitment to freedom.
Mr. Nadeem Nusrat, Chairman, South Asia Minorities Alliance Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Puneet Ahluwalia, Executive Director, South Asia Minorities Alliance Foundation, email@example.com
Hon. Thomas Garrett, Former Member, United States Congress from Virginia
Mr. Ron Wright, Co-Founder, SUV GOP
Mr. Tony Marsh, Executive Director, Proud American Political Action