New Delhi: Claiming accountability for an assault on a Gurdwara in Afghanistan capital Kabul, the ISIS has mentioned it was retaliation for ‘insults’ to Prophet Muhammed. The ISIS in a message posted on its Amaq propaganda website mentioned the assault on Saturday focused Hindus and Sikhs and the “apostates” who protected them in “an act of assist for the Messenger of Allah”, Agence France-Presse reported.
The ISIS mentioned certainly one of its fighters “penetrated a temple for Hindu and Sikh polytheists in Kabul, after killing its guard, and opened hearth on the pagans inside along with his machine gun and hand grenades”.
Earlier on Saturday, two individuals have been killed and at the very least seven others injured as terrorists affiliated to the Islamic State entered the Karte Parwan Gurdwara in Kabul.
Many Sikhs, together with ladies and kids, in current months took refuge within the advanced that was attacked on Saturday.
The attackers, based on Afghan Inside Ministry spokesman Abdul Nafi Takor, lobbed at the very least one grenade after they entered the Gurdwara, setting off a blaze.
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The assault on Saturday morning follows an Indian delegation’s go to to Kabul to debate the distribution of humanitarian help from India to Afghanistan.
This comes as protests in a number of nations have been sparked by suspended BJP chief Nupur Sharma’s remarks on the Prophet earlier this month.
The BJP has suspended Sharma from the get together’s main membership as a number of Islamic nations condemned her feedback on the Prophet throughout a TV debate.