This comes while the first bloody attacks of the Khorasan organization took place, which was condemned by the "Taliban" movement through its spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid.
The Afghan branch of ISIS Khorassan had claimed responsibility for one of the two explosions that rocked Kabul Airport on Thursday, August 26, 2021, amidst the crowds of Afghans and American soldiers.
The two explosions took place at Kabul airport, and 85 people were killed, including 13 American soldiers, and this is the first bloody attack that Kabul has witnessed since it fell to the Taliban movement on August 15, and it was planned a few days before the scheduled date for the American forces to complete their withdrawal from a country in which they have resided for 20 years. In order to establish security there.
In a speech at the White House, the US President pledged to pursue the perpetrators of the suicide attack, stressing on the other hand his commitment to completing the military withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 31, 2021, and to continuing the evacuations until then.
The group, which is in conflict with the Taliban, stated that it specifically targeted Afghan citizens who cooperated with the Americans, especially translators.
On the other hand, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki confirmed that it will not be possible to evacuate all Afghans interested in leaving Afghanistan until the date of the withdrawal of the US military from the country on August 31, 2021.