Mosque Explosion in Northeast Afghanistan Kills and Injures 100
During Friday prayers, a terrorist suicide attack targeted a mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
A suicide bomb went off in a mosque in Kunduz province, northeastern Afghanistan. The act of terrorism killed and wounded over 100 people during Friday prayers, according to a UN agency.
"Initial information indicates more than 100 people killed and injured in a suicide blast inside the mosque," the United Nations' mission to Afghanistan said in a tweet.
Videos shared on social media showed the horrors and aftermath of the act of terrorism: blood, bodies, and debris in the air.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
#جنایت:— Zabihullah (..ذبـــــیح الله م ) (@Zabehulah_M33) October 8, 2021
ظهر امروز در منطقه خان اباد بندر مربوطات مرکز ولایت قندز در یک مسجد هموطنان اهل تشیع یک انفجار رخ داد، که از اثر آن تعداد هموطنان ما شهید و زخمی شدند.
مجاهدین قطعه خاص به محل حادثه رسیدند و بر رسی ها را اغاز کردند.
From his personal Twitter account, the spokesperson for the Taliban said: "This afternoon, an explosion took place in a mosque of our Shiite compatriots ... as a result of which a number of our compatriots were martyred and wounded."