Iran condemns the Afghan mosque attack 2023

Nasser Kanaani, a spokesperson for Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has issued a strong condemnation of the terrorist incident that took place on Thursday in Faizabad, the capital city of Badakhshan. The attack resulted in the deaths of at least 11 people.

The spokesperson emphasized that the irrational and terrorist actions against ordinary people and civilians, particularly those that took place in sacred locations, had nothing to do with the teachings of Islam and should be denounced in their entirety.

An explosion that occurred on Thursday outside the Nabawi Mosque in Faizabad, the capital of Badakhshan, caused at least 11 persons who were attending a memorial service for a Taliban province deputy governor to be murdered.

A terrorist attack on the Nabawi Mosque in Badakhshan

During the incident, one of those who passed away was a former police official for the Taliban, and more than 30 others were injured.

The explosion took place at the memorial service for Nisar Ahmad Ahmadi, the deputy governor of Badakhshan who had been murdered the previous day in a vehicle bombing.

According to Moazuddin Ahmadi, the officer in charge of communication and culture for the Taliban, Safiullah Samim, a former Taliban police head in Baghlan, was among those who were killed in the explosion that took place on Thursday.

There was no instant admission of guilt for the incident that took place. ISIL, often known as ISIS, is a terrorist organization that has claimed responsibility for the vehicle bombing that occurred on Tuesday.

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