Saeed’s family made it out of Kabul alive but thousands more still await visas news

“Dad, we can’t stay here, we are going to die.” 

In the living room of a suburban Gold Coast home, Saeed Aoalya Hashimi breaks down as he recalls the words of his teenage son outside Kabul airport.

He remembers the fear as bullets whizzed past his family’s heads as they tried desperately to board a mercy flight the Australian government had arranged to get its citizens out of Afghanistan.

Australian troops survey the chaos outside Kabul airport in August 2021.()

On the sixth attempt, they made it through the crowd, into the airport and onto a military cargo plane that…

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