UNAMA: 36 people killed in the past three months in ISIS attacks in Afghanistan

Beyan News – The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has reported that approximately 36 people have been killed in ISIS attacks from January to March of this year.

UNAMA, in its quarterly report released on Thursday, May 2nd, added that in these ISIS attacks, mostly Shia Muslims in Afghanistan have been targeted.

The report refers to a number of attacks carried out by the Khorasan branch of the ISIS group.

According to the report, from January 6th to 11th, three hand grenade explosions in Kabul city resulted in the deaths and injuries of 79 civilians.

The United Nations organization also stated that as a result of an explosion of a planted mine in a vehicle in Barchi district of Kabul, five civilians were killed, and several others were injured.

According to the UNAMA report, on January 11th, an explosion that took place in a commercial market in Barchi in western Kabul resulted in the deaths of three individuals and injuries to 21 others.

Men, women, and children are among the victims of these attacks.

According to UNAMA findings, a suicide attack in front of the Kabul Bank branch in Kandahar resulted in 25 deaths and 50 injuries.

This attack took place on March 21st.

The responsibility for all these attacks has been claimed by the ISIS group.

It is worth noting that two days ago, ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on Shia worshippers in Herat province in western Afghanistan.

At least seven Shia worshippers were killed in this incident.

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