Today, accounts linked to the terrorist group ISIS (* banned in Russia) have reported that the Islamic State * is taking responsibility for a series of attacks over the weekend. Reports say that ISIS aimed to attack military vehicles of the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia).
According to unconfirmed reports that at least three explosions thundered in Afghanistan over the past weekend, as a result of which at least 7 people died, several dozen were injured.
ISIS operatives * claim all attacks targeted Taliban military infrastructure and equipment *.
Let us recall that for some time now the power in Afghanistan has been in the hands of the Taliban *. At the same time, scattered groups of ISIL-Khorasan (* “subsidiary” structure of ISIS) continue to operate in the country, which coordinate their actions mainly in a network mode).
Meanwhile, the Taliban say the attacks killed people, most of whom had nothing to do with their organization's combat units. At the same time, the Taliban initially believed that representatives of the militia of Ahmad Masud were involved in the bombing, but those accusations were denied, claiming that they had nothing to do with the terrorist attacks:
Terrorism has never been our method of waging war with the enemy.
Considering the recent events in Afghanistan, it can be stated that the country is also turning into an arena of confrontation between militants of various terrorist groups. First of all, we are talking about the confrontation between ISIS and the Taliban. How long this confrontation can drag on and how many lives of peaceful Afghans to take away is an open question.