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What happened to the Afghan baby handed to a U.S. soldier at Kabul airport

This video of an Afghan baby being handed to a U.S. soldier over the fence of Kabul airport went viral. Here's the story behind it…

08/24/2021 12:55 PM

849 comments

  • Poisson I.
    a day

    This is why we don’t need our soldiers to hurt other, they’re here to help everyone! THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICEs!

  • Brittany C.
    a day

    Was a good video until the clown spoke at the end

  • Jonathan S.
    2 days

    "The baby was returned to it’s father"

  • Athena-gita B.
    4 days

    Amen

  • Sheshe R.
    4 days

    I DO NOT BELIEVE THIS STORY. THEY DONT HAVE A CLUE AS TO WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS BABY, THE GOVERNMENT IS LYING AS USUAL. YET I RESPECT THE COMPASSION SHOWN BY OUR MILITARY TROOPS. I JUST PRAY THAT THIS LITTLE ONE RECEIVES THE LOVE AND CARE IT DESERVES.🤔

  • Erika F.
    4 days

    They never saw that baby again

  • Mercystar K.
    5 days

    Obviously you don't know nonshit.

  • Chip K.
    5 days

    American is the house of love

  • Alexis L.
    5 days

    Bro I know he was trying to help the baby but they way he grabbed and held it by it’s arm looked like he broke it. Like no wonder why that baby was crying

  • Stephanie A.
    5 days

    I wanna have that baby!! Every baby matters!!

  • Janis J.
    5 days

    In Jesus Christ name God bless our troops 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

  • Christopher P.
    5 days

    Our soldiers are great... We need to stop putting them in useless wars

  • Nichole M.
    5 days

    Child was medically treated and given back. ❤️ thank you for your service all of you both past, present and future military members 🇺🇸

  • Penny P.
    5 days

    Then are true American soldiers! Keep doing what we do we all thank you for your service

  • Patrick V.
    5 days

    That’s what the world needs,more of that ❤️

  • Erin D.
    5 days

    What Biden said at the end is a joke. "will mobilize every resource necessary" "one of the largest most difficult airlifts in history" if he didn't make this situation happen in the first place then he wouldn't have to mobilize every resource necessary or even have to do one of the largest most difficult airlifts in history.

  • Chelsea D.
    5 days

    To be honest whether it was to administer medical care for the child or to protect them, as a parent myself I would separate from my child if it meant saving their lives. No matter the reason the soldier should be commended for his care and compassion. Thank you all for your service ❣️❣️❣️

  • Cesar C.
    5 days

    Reminds me of Hey Arnold

  • John S.
    5 days

    I dont believe him for some reason

  • Rickie B.
    5 days

    What grief these people must already be going thru is to be judged by none of us. It's all unbelievable.