It’s been 22 years since Al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes and smashed two of them into the World Trade Center and another into the Pentagon. Heroic passengers fought back on the fourth flight to bring it down in a Pennsylvania field. It’s a horrific event that changed so many lives in profound ways – and Sara is among them.
One way Sara’s life changed was moving to the nation’s capital to write for the Washington Times. She embedded multiple times with American forces in Afghanistan and also managed to land an interview with Afghani warlord Abdul Rashid Dostum. Sara walks through this memory in vivid detail, what Dostum told her, and how it helped her understand the dynamics in play in Afghanistan on a much deeper level. It’s a story you’ll only hear from Sara Carter.
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1:40 9/11 anniversary
7:38 People I met and things I learned
12:39 I finally got permission
14:48 We arrive at the gates
16:49 Massoud was close to our government
19:52 It’s a love hate relationship
20:39 I’m desperate to interview Dostum
21:57 The briefings made me nervous
23:56 The image in my mind
26:06 An incredible nation
27:37 Coming out of the Tunnel
28:21 Dostum is bigger than life
29:26 I arrive for the interview
31:49 I meet Dostum
34:35 The Courage to take it all the way
36:41 Way different than Iraq
38:42 I am invited to dinner
39:34 The cape
40:45 Shrapnel in the thigh
43:29 Looking back
46:39 There will me more wars