Own report: IS-K, a branch of the Islamic State (IS), claimed responsibility for Monday’s rocket attack on Kabul airport. According to their Nasher News source, the militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack on its own telegram account. Caliphate (Caliphate) They claim that this attack is to establish.
The militant group said, “With God’s blessing, the caliphate’s troops (soldiers of the Caliphate) 6 rockets fired at Kabul airport. The militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack. They are also worried about more such attacks in the future. In response to US President Joe Baiden’s message, rockets were fired at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on Monday morning. However, the attack was interrupted by the airport’s air defense system. According to the news agency sources, 5 rockets were fired in a row.
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Earlier, Islamic State (IS) affiliate IS-Khorasan carried out a suicide attack at Kabul airport. Hundreds of people died in it. Among them were 13 US soldiers. After that, US President Joe Baiden warned IS to ‘find out and kill’. It works like that. America attacks drones on IS bases. In retaliation, IS fired rockets at Kabul airport again on Monday. However, it is resisted.