27 civilians martyred and wounded during 19 enemy attacks over the past week | Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

In the unremitting cycle of crimes against humanity and brutalities, the Kabul administration forces carried out 19 air raids and ground attacks against civilians over the past week.

These attacks were carried out in thirteen provinces namely Kandahar, Herat, Logar, Paktia, Kunar, Faryab, Kabul, Farah, Zabul, Parwan, Kunduz, Ghazni and Laghman.

The deliberate attacks left 17 innocent civilians including women and children martyred and a further 10 wounded, along with destroying 7 homes and 3 vehicles.

This comes as the enemy carried out 110 deliberate attacks and airstrikes across the country against civilians over the course of the past month in which 114 innocent civilians including women and children were martyred and 93 wounded, 65 homes destroyed in this bitter cold, 7 vehicles eliminated, along with 2 mosques, 1 madrasa and 2 clinics damaged.

The Islamic Emirate condemns attacks against civilians by the cowardly enemy, and once again calls on international humanitarian and right organizations to condemn these attacks and take action for its prevention.

Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Zabihullah Mujahid

16/05/1442 Hijri Lunar

11/10/1399 Hijri Solar               31/12/2020 Gregorian

Original Source



Enemy bombardment martyr 6 villagers, hurt 3 others in Farah

FARAH, Dec. 30 – In the continuation of enemy war crimes, last night in the Kansak area of ​ Bala Baluk district, savage enemy drones bombed a civilian house of Mohammad Lal Aka who has invited a relative of his (Attaullah s/o Abdul Zahir) who had recently been released from prison and was leading a normal life.

The drone strike martyred the said prisoner along with 5 family members and wounded three other children, destroying two vehicles and demolishing the compound.
It is not uncommon for newly released detainees to be bombed and attacked, forcing them to take up arms again.

The Islamic Emirate strongly condemns the brutal bombing of civilians and homes, calling it a major war crime, and calling on international legal and humanitarian agencies to condemn such crimes and play their part in preventing them.


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