Afghan interpreter stuck in Afghanistan: 'Time is running out, we need help'

Out on the streets and in their homes Taliban ask ‘where did you work? for who? what’s your name? what was your date?,'” the interpreter told Fox News in an exclusive interview.

Die tolk, who asked to remain anonymous due to safety concerns, said he hasn’t left his house in two to three days. He explains those who worked for the U.S. government can’t give Taliban the real answers to their questions, so many are in hiding. “If he asks ‘what is your name?’ what should I tell him?'” the interpreter said.


Minute by minute we are face-to-face with somebody who will kill us,” het hy aan Fox News gesê. “We are scared.

We worked for American people in Afghanistan in a war zone in Kandahar, especially I…we supported American people in Afghanistan, what they neededwe would supply for them.

Nou dadelik, the Afghan interpreter saidwe need the American people to help us.He also called on the United Nations to help.

The interpreter was in Kandahar previously, but when the Taliban took over, he and his family fled to Kabul thinking it would be safe.

After weeks, the Taliban was attacking Kabul as well. Right now we don’t know what to do,” het hy aan Fox News gesê.

The interpreter said he has tried to go to the airport, and just yesterday got a message that he was on the evacuation list. Maar, there’s too many people, and people are being shot, het hy aan Fox News gesê.

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