Taliban Afghanistan Crisis: More than 60 civilians lost their lives in bomb blasts outside Afghanistan’s Hamid Karzai International Airport. Apart from this, 13 American soldiers have also lost their lives. On Tuesday evening, ISISI carried out serial blasts in which about 200 Sods were injured. The target of these blasts were the people gathered outside the Kabul airport. The US government has reacted strongly to this and said that despite the threat, the process of evacuating people from Afghanistan will continue.
US President Joe Biden expressed grief over the death of his soldiers and Afghan civilians, saying that the US government will not forget or forgive it. The US government said that the attackers would have to bear the consequences. President Biden said additional US troops could be sent to Afghanistan if needed. However, he also mentioned the difference of ideology between ISIS-K and the Taliban.
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ISIS-Khorasan Group is behind the attack
According to the information received so far, the Isis-Khorasan group is behind the attack outside the Kabul airport. ISISI-K, the militant version of the original Islamic State terror group from 2014-15, is considered an enemy of the Taliban. Afghanistan’s acting President Amrullah Saleh tweeted, “The Taliban have learned a lot from their master. The Taliban is denying its ties with ISIS and this is exactly what Pakistan claims about the terrorist organization Quetta. We have the facts that ISIS-K has its origins in the Talib and Haqqani networks.”
Israel’s Prime Minister and Biden’s meeting postponed
A meeting between US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has been postponed due to the blasts outside Kabul airport. The meeting was to be held on Thursday. Since Bennett became Israel’s prime minister in June, it would be his first meeting with US President Biden. Now this meeting will take place on Friday.