Taliban fighters display their flag on patrol in Kabul, Afghanistan,

The US withdrawal from Afghanistan is nearing its conclusion, with time running out to rescue 1,500 Americans and the fate of fleeing Afghans deteriorating rapidly.

A credible & specific ISIS terror threat has caused the US to advise citizens in Afghanistan to leave the airport gates.

This week, Biden told Americans he would not send more of their sons and daughters to die in Afghanistan. It appears the White House is keeping risks to a minimum by not invading Taliban territory to locate American citizens.

Washington, however, is concerned due to recent developments. The deaths of US citizens, terror attacks, or exchanges of fire with the Taliban could turn a tense crisis for the President into a full-blown political disaster and the human suffering they would cause.

As of now, Joe Biden is keeping his Tuesday deadline for withdrawal.

By Warith Niallah

Warith Niallah is the Managing Editor of FTC Publications Newswire. He is also a writer and photographer and has been in professional journalism, computer science & information systems, production, and public information since 1988. Warith serves as the Chief Executive Officer of FTC Publications, Inc.