(ANSA) – KABUL, JUL 30 – In Afghanistan at least two people died, torn apart by a hand grenade thrown on the crowd of spectators who were watching a cricket match in a stadium in Kabul, which injured at least four other people. This was announced by the police, who specified that one of the two victims died during transport to the hospital.
Also present at the cricket match of the Shpageeza League was the UN humanitarian coordinator for Afghanistan, Ramiz Alakbarov, who condemned “the atrocious attack”, denouncing the terrifying and unannounced violence to which the Afghan population is exposed “, in addition to the president of the national cricket federation, Nasseb Khan.
Since the Taliban returned to power almost a year ago, violence in the troubled Asian country has partly decreased, but the attacks of Isis-K (Isis-Khorasan), the Afghan declination of the former Islamic State, persist. which fights the Taliban regime, considering it unorthodox, as it fought against Al-Qaeda. In fact, Isis refers to the Salafist current, while the Taliban refer to Hanafism.
The Taliban also contest Taliban nationalism.