The bloody terrorist attack on a Shia Mosque in Kunduz was condemned by some politicians, international organizations and countries in the region and world.


Former president Hamid Karzai condemned the terrorist attack on worshipers at a mosque in Kunduz which killed and wounded hundreds while performing prayers on Friday.

Referring to the recent terrorist attacks on Kabul Eidgah Mosque and a school in Khost, he said these are the acts of the enemies of peace and tranquility of the Afghan people.
Afghanistan Human Rights Commission in a statement condemned the Kunduz Mosque attack, considering it “a crime following the targeted killings of Shias and Hazaraz” in the country.
The commission expressed concerns regarding no credible safeguard mechanism to protect the endangered population.

UNAMA expressed deeply expressed concerns by reports of very high casualties in an attack in Sayedabad Shia mosque.
“Initial information indicates more than 100 than people were killed and injured in a suicide blast inside the mosque,” the statement said.
However, some sources at Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Kunduz said more than 150 people have been killed and more than 100 injured during the attack.
UNAMA also noted that the incident in Kunduz is part of a disrupting pattern of violence, adding that three religious centers in Kabul, Khost, and Kunduz have been the target of deadly attacks.

Iran, Pakistan, Turkey and other countries in the region and world also condemned the bloody attack in Kunduz, expressing condolences to the victims and hoped a quick recovery for the injured ones.
ISIS-K claimed responsibility of the attack. Taliban officials, however, said that ISIS-K is not a threat in Afghanistan and will be suppressed as soon as possible.


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