The Taliban claim an attack on the passport authority in Kabul. having prevented

The authorities deployed by the Taliban in Afghanistan assured on Thursday that they had abandoned an attempt to attack the Afghan passport authority building in the capital, Kabul, and stressed that the event ended without victims.

The Afghan Ministry of the Interior stated on its account on the social network Twitter that “an attack in front of the passport authority in Kabul was prevented” and detailed that an attacker who tried to break into the building was “eliminated by the security forces”. Staff”.

“Nobody died or was injured in the attack,” he said, without initially confessing. Shortly before, a spokesman for the Kabul security ministry quoted by the Afghan television station Tolo TV had pointed out a car bomb attack at the crime scene.

The Taliban claim an attack on the passport authority in Kabul.  having prevented
The Taliban claim an attack on the passport authority in Kabul. having prevented

The event comes less than a week after the Taliban resumed issuing passports in Kabul to facilitate exit from the country, at a time when much of the population is falling through possible retaliatory movements by the movement or through the shadows feels threatened by the violence of the Islamic State.

The Khorasan Province of the Islamic State (ISKP), which the Taliban regards as traitors to the orthodoxy of “Sharia” or Islamic law and which advocates a much harsher interpretation, has been behind several attacks in recent months.

Since the Taliban came to power in August after then President Ashraf Ghani fled, the group has committed itself to several attacks, including several executions against mosques in the provinces of Kunduz and Kandahar, in which more than a hundred people were killed.

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