From Cradle to grave: Barbaric Kabul terror attack left Twitter in shock
There are some attacks which are carried out just not on sovereignty of a nation but on its soul. Afghanistan terror attack on 12th May 2020 in Kabul maternity hospital is one such attack. If barbarism has a face in modern world It is Kabul attack. The grotesque images of new born babies and of the nursing mothers is not only barbaric but also inhumane. They make you wonder what kind of monsters could actually plan and execute such terror attacks. The terror attacks were carried out on a maternity hospital, a funeral and a military check post in Afghanistan
Several gunmen disguised as policemen attacked a maternity hospital in Kabul run by an international humanitarian organisation ‘Doctors without borders’ killing 16 people on 12th May 2020. That included nurses, two newborn babies and their mothers. In another attack on a funeral of a police officer in Nangahar province which is hotbed of ISIS a suicide bomber killed 24 people and injured 68. India’s Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement to express strong condemnation of the terrorist attacks in Afghanistan. The attack was in retaliation to the Afghan security forces’ action to arrest top ISIS Commander Zia Ul-Haq, also known as Abu Omar Khorasani, along with two other top Daesh leaders. Counter-terror operatives from India and Afghanistan believe that Pakistan agencies could be behind the attack.
Here’s what the shocked netizen has to say on Twitter on absolutely condemnable Barbaric Afghanistan Terror attack which trended with hashtag #EndofHumanityInAfganistan #KabulAttack
Some pictures from the terrible Kabul Attack on 12 May 2020.
Disclaimer :The pictures are brutal and cruel. taken from public domains not for weak hearted and posted with an intention to spread awareness against terrorism that no matter what, which creed or cast Terrorism is plague which will annihilate entire humanity if us as human being don’t rise against our petty selves.
Deepest condolences to the innocent victims and little angels who never deserved this fate decided by monsters.
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