The exact date of the footage provided cannot be confirmed, nor do we understand the protocols of why this female was being removed, however a group of Marines are seen physically removing this woman from the area, attempting to toss her over the wall, along with other local nationals.
After the suicide attack on Aug. 26, 2021, The United States has increased the threat level and has significantly skewed their protocols on who is eligible for entry onto Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA). Again, we cannot confirm why this exact incident is happening, however we can assume these Marines have a clear mind on why they are making the decisions they are.
With the utter chaos that has ensued from the Taliban takeover, allied forces have been struggling to maintain a calm, collective, and safe procedure to assist in the evacuation of U.S. citizens, military service members, and Afghan nationals who assisted allied nations throughout the past twenty-years. Unfortunately for this woman, she must not have fit any of the criteria for asylum, and was denied access to HKIA.
Without clear confirmation at this time, information from the State department and U.S. Embassy has recently surfaced that HKIA has been completely shut down from any individuals entering the airport, despite credentials. In addition, U.S. government advice has been disclosed to citizens trapped outside the airport to: "Stay well away from former U.S. government compounds and airports, in case bombings occur". Along with that, further advice has been given to wait 1 month and hope for commercial flights, and or flee north to Tajikistan or Uzbekistan.