September 25, 2021

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Drone strike kills two ISIS members, injures third in Afghanistan, US military says

The two leaders of the Islamic State — Korsan, its hand Islamic State in AfghanistanWere killed in Drone attacks Who did United States Saturday (28). In addition to these two, a third leader of the terrorist group was wounded. The U.S. military says a car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Kabul on Thursday.

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The drone bombing took place in the mountainous province of Nangarhar in Afghanistan.

In retaliation, a suicide bomber struck Kabul airport 48 hours ago, killing 169 Afghan and 13 U.S. soldiers. The Islamic State-Corazon claimed responsibility for the attack. In Afghanistan, the group and the Taliban are enemies.

The death toll in the Kabul airport attack has risen to more than 180

Initially, the United States claimed to have attacked a “planner” in Afghanistan. Shortly after the attack, US troops said there were signs that they had been able to kill the target.

Residents of Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar, said they heard the blast of an airstrike at midnight, but could not say what the source was.

A Taliban commander has said some members of the Islamic State-Corazon group have been arrested in connection with the attack in Kabul.

The United States will strike at any time

Pentagon leaders told reporters Friday that they were ready for any retaliation ordered by the president.

Also on Friday, the US government asked its citizens to leave the gates of Kabul airport “immediately”. The Pentagon says the dangerous expulsion of Americans and Afghan allies continues to pose “specific and credible threats.”

The US embassy in Kabul issued a security alert saying “US citizens at the gates of Abe Gate, East Gate, North Gate or the new Interior Office should leave immediately.”

Islamic State-K x Taliban

The Islamic State-Corazon, as it is called in English for short, is ISIS-Q, the Afghan branch of the Islamic State. “Corazon” is the historical name for a region that currently includes parts of Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia.

The EI-K has cited some of the worst attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan in recent years.

The group massacred civilians in mosques, temples, squares and even hospitals in both countries, as well as carried out attacks from wards they considered anti-Muslim – especially Shiites.

Although the EI-K and the Taliban are fierce Sunni Islamist militants, they differ on rivals and on religious and strategic issues. Everyone claims to represent the real banner of jihad.

These differences have provoked bloody clashes, which the Taliban have won since 2019 as the EI-Corazon has not been able to control territory like its parent group in the Middle East.

As a sign of hostility between jihadist groups, ISIS reports refer to the Taliban as heretics.

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