Who is Musa Popal? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Kabul Attack Victim

Musa Popal

Musa Popal Wiki – Musa Popal Biography

Musa Popal is the second British national who was killed in the Kabul airport terror attack. He was a Small business owner who left London at the end of May to see his family in Afghanistan.

Mr. Popal normally visits the country every year to see his family and planned to stay in the country for three months. Mr. Popal is one of two Britons known to have been killed in the Kabul attack.

Age

Musa Popal was 60-years-old at the time of death.

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His son Hidayat told Sky News his father moved to the UK in 1999 and was a British passport holder. His grandson, an Afghan national, is still missing after the blast.

His wife and other children are still in the country and have been unable to leave.

Hidayat believes that, had the blast not happened, his father would have been evacuated, but he’s unsure if the rest of his family would have gotten out.

“There should have been a different route for the British people, but they ignore them,” he told Sky News.

While they were waiting to find out whether Musa was one of Thursday’s terror attack victims, Hidayat and his family were contacting hospitals – “my whole family did not sleep for like three days, didn’t eat, even myself,” he said.

If the blast had not happened, he believes his father would have been eventually evacuated – but he was unsure if the rest of his family would have gotten out.

Hidayat said his family was worried when they found out about the blast and contacted hospitals to determine whether Mr. Popal was one of the victims.

“My whole family did not sleep for like three days, didn’t eat, even myself,” he said.

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