‘Taliban Has Learnt Very Well From Their Master Pakistan’: Afghan Acting President Amrullah Saleh On Kabul Attack
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‘Taliban Has Learnt Very Well From Their Master Pakistan’: Afghan Acting President Amrullah Saleh On Kabul Attack

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Afghanistan’s acting President Amrullah Saleh said on Friday stated that the
Taliban denying link with the Islamic State (IS) is similar to Pakistan’s
denial on Quetta Shura. He further added that the Taliban have learnt it from
their master Pakistan to deny their links with IS.

“Every evidence we have in hand shows that IS-K cells have their roots in
Talibs & Haqqani network particularly the ones operating in Kabul. Talibs
denying links with ISIS is identical/similar to the denial of Pakistan on
Quetta Shura. Talibs hv learned very well from the master. #Kabul,” Saleh said
in a tweet.

Nearly 150 people were reported wounded in the suicide bombing at an entrance
to the airport where a large crowd of people were waiting for a chance to be
airlifted from the country now under the Taliban.

It should be noted that, the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the
twin blasts.

At least 12 US military personnel died in the attack and 15 were injured,
according to US General Kenneth McKenzie, who attributed the attack to the
Islamic State-Khorasan (ISIS-K) terror organisation.

The airport is under the control of the US military, which is facilitating the
evacuation of US citizens and others wanting to leave the country.

There was also another explosion at a hotel near the airport.

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