At least seven dead and 41 injured by a car bomb attack in the Afghan capital

At least seven people have died and another 41, including children, have been injured by a car bomb attack outside a mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul, shortly after worshipers began to leave the compound, according to the report. Department of Security spokesman Khalid Zadran.

"Attacking mosques and worshipers is an unforgivable crime. The nation must cooperate with the system to eliminate criminals"the spokesman for the Taliban regime, Zabihul√° Muyahid, has expressed in a message on his official Twitter profile.

For its part, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has classified the event as "another bitter reminder of ongoing insecurity and terrorist activity" in the country.

"Our thoughts are with the families of the deceased, wishing a speedy recovery to the injured."UNAMA has said in a publication launched on its official profile on the social network Twitter.

The Uazir Akbar Khan Mosque, located in Police District 10, is located in the so-called ‘Green Zone’ of the Afghan capital, where numerous embassies and government buildings are located.

As reported by Zadran, the authorities are immersed in investigative work to find those responsible for "this brutal act" that, for the moment, has not been claimed by any terrorist group.

It is true that the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) has perpetrated dozens of attacks since the Taliban seized power in the Central Asian country in August 2021.

ISKP, which considers the Taliban to be traitors to the orthodoxy of ‘sharia’ or Islamic law and defends a much harsher interpretation, has been the target of a security campaign by the Taliban in the face of their attacks, some of them perpetrated against mosques.

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