Mosque bomb killed several civilians in Kabul

A bomb detonated outside a mosque in Kabul on Sunday and killed several civilians. A memorial service was being held for the mother of Ta...

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  • A bomb detonated outside a mosque in Kabul on Sunday and killed several civilians.
  • A memorial service was being held for the mother of Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid.
  • This situation has raised the possibility of a broader conflict between the two extremist groups.

A bomb detonated outside a mosque in Kabul on Sunday and killed several civilians, a Taliban spokesman said. The area around the mosque was cordoned off by the Taliban who maintained a strong security presence.

The bomb targeted the Eidgah Mosque in the Afghan capital, where a memorial service was being held for the mother of Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, who later tweeted that the attack had killed civilians.

Bomb in mosque causes several deaths

Bomb in mosque
Mosque bomb killed several civilians in Kabul. Photo: Twitter

Emergency NGO, an Italian-funded hospital in Kabul, tweeted that it had received four people injured in the blast. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. The Taliban announced on Saturday that prayers would be held at the mosque on Sunday afternoon.

Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in mid-August, the Islamic State group’s attacks on the population have increased. This situation has raised the possibility of a broader conflict between the two extremist groups.

ISIS has claimed several attacks against the Taliban

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Mosque bomb killed several civilians in Kabul. Photo: Twitter

Notably, the Islamic State maintains a strong presence in the eastern Nangarhar province and regards the Taliban as an enemy. He has claimed several attacks against them, including several killings in the provincial capital of Jalalabad.

The attacks in Kabul have been unusual so far, but in recent weeks the Islamic State has shown signs that it is expanding its presence further east and closer to the capital. France24. The two militias are considered terrorist groups.

Witnesses heard an explosion, followed by gunshots

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Mosque bomb killed several civilians in Kabul. Photo: Twitter

Ahmadullah, an Afghan merchant who was near the mosque at the time of the blast, told AFP that he heard “the sound of an explosion near the Eid Gah mosque followed by gunfire.” “Just before the explosion, the Taliban had blocked the road to hold a prayer ceremony,” he added.

On Friday, Taliban fighters stormed an Islamic State hideout north of Kabul in Parwan province. The raid came after a roadside bomb by the extremist group injured four Taliban fighters in the area.

Attacks cast doubt on Taliban control

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Photo: Twitter

Under the terms of the US withdrawal agreement, the Taliban promised to maintain security in Afghanistan and ensure that the country does not become a haven for jihadist groups. However, the bombing of an iconic Kabul mosque raised questions about whether the Taliban can maintain security.

Sunday’s bombing was the second major attack in the Afghan capital since the Taliban took power. An August 26 attack on the Kabul airport, which killed 182 people, was claimed by IS-K, the Khorasan branch of the Islamic State group. See FULL VIDEO HERE.

Tension in the Afghan capital

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Mosque bomb killed several civilians in Kabul. Photo: AP

The Islamic State maintains a strong presence in the eastern province of Nangarhar and considers the Taliban an enemy. The Taliban have reported several attacks against them, including several killings in the provincial capital of Jalalabad.

Taliban fighters attacked an Islamic State group hideout north of the Afghan capital on Friday where they killed and arrested an undisclosed number of militants, a Taliban spokesman said. Previously, the Taliban arrested two ISIS militiamen implicated in the planting of a bomb that wounded four fighters.

They spread images of how three men enter Mexico’s legendary nightclub and set it on fire

Baby O fire images: The owners have not provided the safety videos

The Government of Mexico revealed strong images of three men andEntering the legendary and iconic Baby ‘O nightclub, which is located in the Acapulco, Guerrero area. That place was one of the most recognized in the nineties, when children of presidents and artists of the time, enjoyed their free time in that place.

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador mentioned that there is still more evidence to be investigated and added that he still cannot give information about it until he has the clues that lead to the capture of those responsible. The video that was broadcast was by journalist Claudio Ochoa Huerta, through social networks.

Baby O fire images: New details come to light

Baby O fire images: New details come to light
Photo: Twitter

The journalist Claudio Ochoa Huerta was the one who disseminated the images of the exact moment when three men entered the popular nightclub and began to ‘check’ the area, while spraying the site as they passed. One, in white clothes, seems to be watching, while the other two subjects are touring the place.

After a few moments, the three men start splashing some flammable material on the floor; the three subjects wear baseball-style caps to avoid being recognized and keep their heads down in an attempt to protect themselves. By having all the sites sprayed with that liquid, they leave regardless of leaving the containers behind and set the place on fire. Filed Under: Baby O Fire Images

Baby O fire images: “With tranquility”

Baby O fire images: "With peace of mind"
Photo: Twitter

Through social networks, the news of the fire of the iconic nightclub has traveled throughout Mexico and foreign countries. Well, it was a couple of days ago that it became known that the place that housed artists like Luis Miguel was reduced to ashes. In the two videos that were released, the moments in which the flames consume the place and the culprits escape without leaving any more evidence of what happened are shown.

“This is how they set fire to Baby ‘O, from Acapulco. In all calm, at least three men sprayed gasoline. ”, Wrote in a tweet the journalist Claudio Ochoa Huerta, who was among the first to show the shocking images, where the three men are observed spraying the place with the liquid and then burning everything in its time. Filed Under: Baby O Fire Images

Fire Images Baby O: The Second Video

Fire Images Baby O: The Second Video
Photo: Twitter

In social networks, a second video is circulating where the events that occurred a couple of days ago in Acapulco are shown more clearly. In the clip, it is observed how a man with a cherry sweatshirt and a white baseball cap enters one of the areas of the well-known place and begins to spray the liquid all over the floor.

The flammable material falls on the floor, tables, couches that are in place and he continues with his task, making sure that no space is left without being sprayed. Shortly after, it is seen how the man withdraws from some point where the cameras can see him and later, how the fire begins to destroy the objects that were in the place.

Baby O fire images: The president of Mexico asks to investigate more

Baby O fire images: The president of Mexico asks to investigate more
Photo: Twitter

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, spoke about the fire that occurred in the popular nightclub, saying that drug trafficking or violence cannot be blamed for that attack perpetuated at the end of September. AMLO, assured that “we have to wait more” to know the true reasons for the event.

“It is a fire. It cannot be attributed to organized crime without proof, because even the owner spoke that he was never extorted. However, that is what the media wants to use, as it is a matter of insecurity, non-payment of the floor, as it is colloquially called extortion, we have to wait ”, said the president in the morning and recovered the portal of Nation.

 

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