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AFP – Kabul
The terrorist organization “ISIS” claimed responsibility for the bombing of a mosque on the outskirts of the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Friday, which resulted in at least 12 deaths, according to the American website, SITE, which specializes in monitoring the sites of terrorist organizations.
At least 12 people, including the imam of the mosque, were killed in the explosion that occurred during Friday prayers, on the day the Afghan government negotiating team met with Taliban leaders to discuss speeding up peace talks on the second day of the ceasefire that was reached on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.
The terrorist organization “ISIS” confirmed that a bomb had been planted in the mosque and was detonated when the worshipers entered, according to the SITE website on Saturday evening.
And renewed fighting in southern Afghanistan Sunday with the expiration of the three-day truce period announced between the Taliban and Afghan forces, in the wake of weeks of fierce fighting.
On May 8, an attack targeted a girls ’school in a district of Kabul, killing more than fifty people and wounding nearly a hundred, in an attack that was the bloodiest in a year.
The government accused the “Taliban” movement of being behind the attack, but the latter denied being responsible for it.
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