Afghanistan translator 'just waiting for Taliban to kill me' after he risked his life for US

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The Afghan translator fears for his life and could be at the top of a kill list if the Taliban were to fully take over the country.
An Afghan translator who helped U.S. forces in the region now fears for his life as the Taliban terrorist group continues its takeover of the Middle Eastern country.

"I don't want to die," Faridoon Hazeen wrote to Fox News in an email.

He later said on the phone, "I feel like a man drowning….I am reaching out to anything and anyone to save me."

The 39-year-old father of four is just one of the thousands of people in Afghanistan who could be at the top of a kill list if the Taliban were to fully take over the country. He has been trying for years to get a U.S. visa, with no luck. Recently, he's emailed the U.S. embassy in Kabul four times but with no clear response.

President Biden said recently amid the troop withdrawal that Afghan translators are welcome in the U.S., although he said bringing them here would take action from Congress.

"And that's why we're asking Congress to consider changing the law. But in the meantime, we can…
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