(AbsoluteNews.com) – When the Taliban took over in Afghanistan, the group made all sorts of promises about peace and safety. Just a few months into their reign, that’s not panning out.
On Tuesday, November 2, two explosions went off near the Sardar Mohammad Dawood Khan military hospital entrance in Kabul. After the initial blasts, witnesses reported sounds of gunfire. According to reports, at least 25 people died and more than 50 suffered injuries.
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) November 2, 2021
According to Reuters, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid blamed the attack on Islamic State gunmen. He said Taliban forces killed all of the bad actors within 15 minutes. Taliban special forces were allegedly airdropped into the area by helicopter, preventing the suspects from entering the 400-bed hospital.
Several countries have condemned the attacks, including Norway, the United Nations, and Pakistan.
Norway condemns deliberate attacks targeting hospitals and medical personnel. Deepest condolences to families and loved ones of those who lost their lives today in the attack on Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan Hospital in #Kabul.
— Norway MFA (@NorwayMFA) November 2, 2021
The latest incident is just one of many since the Taliban took control of the country. In August, ISIS-K fighters detonated a bomb outside Kabul’s airport entrance, killing 13 American service members, more than 150 Afghan civilians and injuring dozens more.
Still, the terrorist organization has said it will not work with the US to control the Islamic State in its country. Their decision seems to be working out really well for the country and its citizens.
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