CBN News Contributor : Aug 23, 2021 Faithwire.com
"It's a very narrow window of opportunity. I knew that if I didn't run through that door now—it's now or never. Sometimes you only get one chance." -Allison Reneau
[Faithwire.com] If you don't think there are any heroes who took action to save lives right before the Afghanistan debacle, think again. (Screengrab image)
An Oklahoma mother of 11 took it upon herself to rescue 10 members of Afghanistan's all-girls robotics team. She flew to Qatar earlier this month to try to get some of the girls to safety before the Taliban surprised the Biden administration by swiftly taking over the entire war-torn country. What's even more amazing is Allison Reneau is hoping to save even more girls before the Taliban, known for their brutal treatment of women and religious minorities, have free rein to implement totalitarian Islamic sharia law. NBC News reports Reneau, a 60-year-old Harvard graduate, took it upon herself to try and save members of the girls' robotic team. She had been in touch with the team of girls ages 16 to 18 since meeting them as a board member for Explore Mars at the organization's annual Humans to Mars conference in 2019... Click here to continue reading. Click Here For More Information...