Blast in Kabul: US condemns IS bomb attacks in Kabul. The country’s soil has been shaken due to the continuous explosions in Afghanistan.
So far many bomb blasts have been done in the country, in which many people have lost their lives.
At the same time, the US has condemned the recent explosions, in which more than 120 people have been killed and injured.
As you may be aware, Afghanistan has witnessed a series of killings and explosions in the past few weeks.
The blasts took place in several areas including Chandawal, Pul-e-Sokhta, and Sarkariz in the country’s capital Kabul.
America tweeted saying- The United Nations Assistance Mission (UNAMA) tweeted.
“Following the Islamic State-claimed blasts in Kabul in recent days that killed and injured more than 120 people.”
“The United Nations Family for Minorities in Afghanistan Urges more security so that Ashura can be flagged without further attacks.”
Simultaneously, the US also condemned ISIS-K-claimed attacks during Ashura, which targeted Hazara and Shia-majority areas in Kabul with bombings.
Blast in Kabul: US condemns IS bomb attacks in Kabul. The US Embassy in Kabul tweeted.
“We offer our condolences to the victims and their families.” Attacking worshipers is reprehensible, Afghan people should be able to worship in peace.
As you know, ever since the Taliban regime took control of Afghanistan. Since then, explosions and attacks have been happening continuously in the country.
The continuous killing of civilians, destruction of mosques and temples, assault on women, and promotion of terror in the region have become a daily routine with regular human rights violations.
A month after Islamic State members attacked the holy site in the country, a bomb exploded near the Karta Parwan gurdwara in Kabul.
In these bomb blasts the minorities, including the Sikh community, have been the target of violence in Afghanistan.