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Taliban and their supporters are behind this attack and they must be made to pay for it. The world community cannot stay mute spectators when innocents are being butchered by these animals.
Thia shows your understanding of Afghanistan is in -ve. Theae kinds of attack in which ethnic minorities are targated or the targate is schools, childrens, or public placees, these kinds of attacks are always done by alQaeda or ISIS. I won't be surprised if any one of them was behind this.
 

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Act of killing young girls in the holy month of Ramadan, is the lowest of the low. These sub-human filth shouldn't be called MEN or MUSLIMS.

May the souls of the departed rest in peace.
Remember it's a lawless land. There is no value of human life. They are anti-women education.

Watch this documentary
 

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May Allah SWT place the shaheed in highest place in Jannah (Ameen).

Now try to think about who might be behind this cowardice act...that someone MUST:

1. Hate Islam and muslims to its core
2. Hate Pakistan and it’s nuclear program to its core
3. Want civil war in Afghanistan and bleed it to the extent which prompts “a recall of foreign boots on Afghanistan”
4. Take the Ahadith e Mubarak of khurasaan and black flags more seriously then the Muslims themselves today

It is imperative for the safety of Pakistan to have a stable and peaceful Afghanistan and for that IMHO the following should be considered:

1. All Countries which share border with Afghanistan plus Russia provide assistance to eliminate the elements foreign or domestic involved in spreading chaos

2. Only Countries sharing the border plus Russia build consensus between Taliban and opposition groups to have understanding on peaceful settlement of ALL differences including decisions on weeding out elements detrimental to peace (i.e. foreign proxy groups, mercenaries etc)

3. No military aircraft from any other country (except countries sharing the border) with intention of air strikes in Afghanistan should be allowed.

4. During the weeding / culling process of elements (foreign or domestic) in Afghanistan, assistance is provided to the affected people.

May Allah SWT shower His mercy on the people of Afghanistan (Ameen)
 

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Kabul attack: Blast near school leaves at least 30 dead


People carry an injured man into a hospital after an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, 08 May 2021.

image captionAmbulances rushed the injured to hospital
A blast close to a secondary school in the Afghan capital Kabul has left at least 30 people dead and dozens more injured, officials have said.
The explosion took place as students were leaving the building on Saturday, with pictures on social media showing abandoned school bags in the street.
Most of those hurt were girls, a ministry of education spokeswoman said.
No-one has admitted carrying out the attack in Dasht-e-Barchi - an area often hit by Sunni Islamist militants.
The neighbourhood is home to many from the Hazara minority community, who are of Mongolian and Central Asian descent and are mainly Shia Muslims.
Almost exactly a year ago, a maternity unit at the local hospital was attacked, leaving 24 women, children and babies dead.
The exact target for Saturday's attack is unclear.
People carry an injured girl into a hospital after an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, 08 May 2021.

A woman is carried to hospital after the attack
Reports from the city say it was busy with shoppers ahead of this year's celebrations for Eid al-Fitr next week.
Students were also streaming from the school. Najiba Arian, ministry of education spokeswoman, told Reuters news agency the government-run school was open to boys and girls.
Most of the those hurt were girls, who study in the second of three sessions, according to Ms Arian.
Several witnesses described hearing three separate explosions, while one woman told AFP news agency she had seen "many bloodied bodies in dust and smoke".
"I saw a woman checking the bodies and calling for her daughter," the woman, Reza, said. "She then found her daughter's bloodstained purse after which she fainted and fell to the ground."

The European Union's mission in Afghanistan said on Twitter that "targeting primarily students in a girls' school, makes this an attack on the future of Afghanistan".
The attack comes against a backdrop of rising violence as the US looks to withdraw all its troops from the country by 11 September.

Analysis by Secunder Kermani, Afghanistan correspondent
So many places in Afghanistan have endured so much pain, but the Dasht-e-Barchi neighbourhood in Kabul has suffered horrendously.
The neighbourhood is populated by members of Afghanistan's Hazara ethnic minority. As followers of Shia Islam, the Islamic State group (IS) views them as heretics, and has carried out a vicious campaign, attacking the softest of targets.
Dozens have been killed in bombings at sports halls, cultural centres, and places of education in particular.
Last year, and in 2018, IS suicide bombers struck tuition centres in the area killing more than 70 people. IS is not part of the peace talks between the Taliban and Afghan government, which in any case are currently stalled.
As of yet, there's been no claim for the attack on Saturday. However, IS continues to carry out assassinations and bombings in Kabul and the city of Jalalabad, despite having recently lost much of the territory it once controlled in the east of the country.






Look's like IS devils. I hope the Taliban and Afghan government destroy these filth.
انا للّٰہ وانا الیہ راجعون
 

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These things will come down in numbers once Kabul is freed from the puppet regime following the departure of NATO forces.
 

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Kabul attack: Blast near school leaves at least 30 dead


People carry an injured man into a hospital after an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, 08 May 2021.

image captionAmbulances rushed the injured to hospital
A blast close to a secondary school in the Afghan capital Kabul has left at least 30 people dead and dozens more injured, officials have said.
The explosion took place as students were leaving the building on Saturday, with pictures on social media showing abandoned school bags in the street.
Most of those hurt were girls, a ministry of education spokeswoman said.
No-one has admitted carrying out the attack in Dasht-e-Barchi - an area often hit by Sunni Islamist militants.
The neighbourhood is home to many from the Hazara minority community, who are of Mongolian and Central Asian descent and are mainly Shia Muslims.
Almost exactly a year ago, a maternity unit at the local hospital was attacked, leaving 24 women, children and babies dead.
The exact target for Saturday's attack is unclear.
People carry an injured girl into a hospital after an explosion in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, 08 May 2021.

A woman is carried to hospital after the attack
Reports from the city say it was busy with shoppers ahead of this year's celebrations for Eid al-Fitr next week.
Students were also streaming from the school. Najiba Arian, ministry of education spokeswoman, told Reuters news agency the government-run school was open to boys and girls.
Most of the those hurt were girls, who study in the second of three sessions, according to Ms Arian.
Several witnesses described hearing three separate explosions, while one woman told AFP news agency she had seen "many bloodied bodies in dust and smoke".
"I saw a woman checking the bodies and calling for her daughter," the woman, Reza, said. "She then found her daughter's bloodstained purse after which she fainted and fell to the ground."

The European Union's mission in Afghanistan said on Twitter that "targeting primarily students in a girls' school, makes this an attack on the future of Afghanistan".
The attack comes against a backdrop of rising violence as the US looks to withdraw all its troops from the country by 11 September.

Analysis by Secunder Kermani, Afghanistan correspondent
So many places in Afghanistan have endured so much pain, but the Dasht-e-Barchi neighbourhood in Kabul has suffered horrendously.
The neighbourhood is populated by members of Afghanistan's Hazara ethnic minority. As followers of Shia Islam, the Islamic State group (IS) views them as heretics, and has carried out a vicious campaign, attacking the softest of targets.
Dozens have been killed in bombings at sports halls, cultural centres, and places of education in particular.
Last year, and in 2018, IS suicide bombers struck tuition centres in the area killing more than 70 people. IS is not part of the peace talks between the Taliban and Afghan government, which in any case are currently stalled.
As of yet, there's been no claim for the attack on Saturday. However, IS continues to carry out assassinations and bombings in Kabul and the city of Jalalabad, despite having recently lost much of the territory it once controlled in the east of the country.






Look's like IS devils. I hope the Taliban and Afghan government destroy these filth.
May Allah bless them with a better hereafter.

But the headline and the theme is stupid. Death is death, Loss is loss, Why the gender ? More sympathies for Girls ?
 

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Rip. yet again it’s the hazara minority getting targeted again. condolences to all those who have been affected.

ive seen these PTM supporters already start saying #talibanfights4pakistan whilst their locations are in Pakistan. Need to get these type of people out of Pakistan.
 

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May Allah bless them with a better hereafter.

But the headline and the theme is stupid. Death is death, Loss is loss, Why the gender ? More sympathies for Girls ?
Of course death is death but look how women and girls fair in that country and the region. Being a man in the region you are in far more of a privileged position. Hence women, who have no access to opportunity and with their young age i.e. school going them being attacked is tragic behind belief.
There is nothing stupid about that at all.
 
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Rip. yet again it’s the hazara minority getting targeted again. condolences to all those who have been affected.

ive seen these PTM supporters already start saying #talibanfights4pakistan whilst their locations are in Pakistan. Need to get these type of people out of Pakistan.
Is that the purpose of the attack to create anti-Taliban sentiment all around?
 

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