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The British student was stranded in Kabul after a timely vacation. Because he said he had no regrets about the need to rescue the army to bring him back. A 22-year-old Loughborough physics student, Miles Routledge, was flown to Dubai on Tuesday in a convoy of British military vehicles for UK diplomats and translators in Afghanistan. He posted on Facebook: “I landed in Dubai to thank the talented people in the British Army. “Everything is safe!” Social media users were less impressed.
One Facebook user pointed out that he could. And should take his seat from one of the many heroic translators who saved the lives of British soldiers during the two-decade war.
And also, they wrote: “Selfish actions, your seat on the plane should have been given to a translator in Afghanistan. So, he is now facing some death.” As the situation in the country worsened, the student wrote on Facebook.
He wrote: “I am struggling to get up and hold on to water. I do not think I will sleep tonight; and I have seen so many dead people.
I was bitten more than I was bitten and did not plan something due to this situation. “There was no other way I could convince myself, and I was aware of the risks. The gamble I took was a mistake.” But the stupid young man said yesterday that he would not regret traveling to the Middle East at a carefree time.
Moreover, he explained: “I have no regrets; I will do all this again. If I can get back to you on the first date, I will go – trust you, and you will be fine. “You will fall into hell, but you have put Christ on you, and He will take care of you.” Earlier this week, Miles described his Afghan adventure as “a test of God.” He added: “I am very religious, so I believe I will be taken care of. “Before I left, I wrote a letter to my friends saying that I would die happy and religiously and proudly, without feeling guilty if I died.”
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