Our condolences to families and friends of those who lost their lives in Kabul attacks
On Saturday, an ambulance packed with explosives was detonated in Kabul killing so far 103 people and injuring more than 235, some of them seriously.
The Taliban terrorists claimed responsibility for the attack. This is the third attack in Kabul and the fourth in Afghanistan in a week. Except for one attack in Kabul on a NATO convoy, all three others were directed against civilians. The government in Kabul is so entrenched in its squabbling with the ethnic leaders that is has been paralyzed to prevents these attacks or at least act on information supplied by reliable sources. This week, the US embassy in Kabul issued a warning about imminent attacks on hotels in Kabul and the government either ignored or was unable to heed the warning.
World Hazara Council while condemning the terrorists’ attacks on civilians also deplores the indifference showed by the government in Kabul on the plight of Afghans who are left vulnerable and at the mercy of groups such as Taliban or ISIS. We express our deepest sorrows to all those who lost their lives in these attacks and our thoughts and prayers are with families of the victims at this time of grief.
World Hazara Council