After the “Afghan baby picture”, the “kindling” Marine soldier was killed in the nose

Her last appearance was embracing a baby and looking at him intently in the chaos of security

A US soldier caught attention and admiration recently when she appeared while she was embracing an Afghan baby at Kabul airport, amid the chaos of the evacuations, but the explosion that rocked “Hamid Karzai” airport in Kabul claimed the life of the young woman, who was barely 23 years old, according to “Sky News Arabia”.

In detail, the Marine Corps soldier, Nicole J, appeared to be embracing a child in his first or second year, probably, while she was looking at him with interest and affection, despite the chaos and security risks at the airport.

The soldier’s behavior was widely praised on social media platforms, and her embrace of the Afghan child was seen as an embodiment of the humane treatment that transcends all other considerations.

Those who praised the soldier saw that it “did what is required of every person who deals with people with his good nature, and does not pay attention to differences in location, race, nationality or religion.”

But death did not spare the young American soldier; She was killed in the two bombings that targeted Kabul airport, leaving 13 people dead among the US military.

The two attacks, which were claimed by the “ISIS-Khorasan” organization, resulted in dozens of casualties, one dead or one wounded last Thursday.

US President Joe Biden said on Saturday that the US military will launch more strikes on ISIS-Khorasan in response to its involvement in the two bloody Kabul attacks.

After the “photo of the Afghan baby”… the “kind” Marine soldier was killed in the Kabul airport explosion


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A US soldier caught attention and admiration recently when she appeared while she was embracing an Afghan baby at Kabul airport, amid the chaos of the evacuations, but the explosion that rocked “Hamid Karzai” airport in Kabul claimed the life of the young woman, who was barely 23 years old, according to “Sky News Arabia”.

In detail, the Marine Corps soldier, Nicole J, appeared to be embracing a child in his first or second year, probably, while she was looking at him with interest and affection, despite the chaos and security risks at the airport.

The soldier’s behavior was widely praised on social media platforms, and her embrace of the Afghan child was seen as an embodiment of the humane treatment that transcends all other considerations.

Those who praised the soldier saw that it “did what is required of every person who deals with people with his good nature, and does not pay attention to differences in location, race, nationality or religion.”

But death did not spare the young American soldier; She was killed in the two bombings that targeted Kabul airport, leaving 13 people dead among the US military.

The two attacks, which were claimed by the “ISIS-Khorasan” organization, resulted in dozens of casualties, one dead or one wounded last Thursday.

US President Joe Biden said on Saturday that the US military will launch more strikes on ISIS-Khorasan in response to its involvement in the two bloody Kabul attacks.

August 29, 2021 – Muharram 21, 1443

11:38 PM


Her last appearance was embracing a baby and looking at him intently in the chaos of security

A US soldier caught attention and admiration recently when she appeared while she was embracing an Afghan baby at Kabul airport, amid the chaos of the evacuations, but the explosion that rocked “Hamid Karzai” airport in Kabul claimed the life of the young woman, who was barely 23 years old, according to “Sky News Arabia”.

In detail, the Marine Corps soldier, Nicole J, appeared to be embracing a child in his first or second year, probably, while she was looking at him with interest and affection, despite the chaos and security risks at the airport.

The soldier’s behavior was widely praised on social media platforms, and her embrace of the Afghan child was seen as an embodiment of the humane treatment that transcends all other considerations.

Those who praised the soldier saw that it “did what is required of every person who deals with people with his good nature, and does not pay attention to differences in location, race, nationality or religion.”

But death did not spare the young American soldier; She was killed in the two bombings that targeted Kabul airport, leaving 13 people dead among the US military.

The two attacks, which were claimed by the “ISIS-Khorasan” organization, resulted in dozens of casualties, one dead or one wounded last Thursday.

US President Joe Biden said on Saturday that the US military will launch more strikes on ISIS-Khorasan in response to its involvement in the two bloody Kabul attacks.

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