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Don’t Forget the Shia victims in Afghanistan

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Imam Khamenei condoles families of martyrs in Afghan terror attacks

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The message of condolence of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei was conveyed to the families of the martyrs of the recent terrorist attacks in Afghanistan.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_The message of condolence of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali was conveyed to the families of the martyrs of the recent terrorist attacks in Afghanistan.

The Deputy Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of in Kabul and the accompanying delegation met with the families of the martyrs of the recent terrorist incidents in Afghanistan and conveyed the message of condolences and sympathy from the Leader of the Islamic Revolution and the Islamic Republic to them.

https://avapress.com/en/260665/Imam-Khamenei-condoles-families-of-martyrs-in-Afghan-terror-attacks

Raisi condemns wave of bombings in Afghanistan

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The Iranian president has denounced the latest wave of bombings in Afghanistan and Israeli raids on the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_In a statement on the Iranian presidency website on Saturday, He called for Afghanistan’s new rulers to discharge their responsibility and initiate strict action against the perpetrators of such crimes against Afghans in the holy month of Ramadan.

Raisi condemned attacks on Afghan schools and mosques, warning of escalating threats against the Afghans and other regional nations.

was ready to treat those wounded in the , he said, two days after 30 were martyred and 80 others injured in a mosque bombing in -i-Sharif.

https://avapress.com/en/260631/Raisi-condemns-wave-of-bombings-in-Afghanistan

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Shia and Sunnis are the victims of terrorists

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The notorious ISIS group has claimed responsibility for the Mazar-e-Sharif attack and the Taliban government has announced that it has arrested the mastermind of the attack.

A day after a Sunni madrassa was attacked in Imam Sahib District of Qonduz province, dozens of religious scholars were killed.

The Konduz incident, revealed the nature of the recent killings and the real purpose of the common enemy, as well as the motives behind the scenes to pit Shias and Sunnis against each other.

https://avapress.com/en/260653/Shia-and-Sunnis-are-the-victims-of-terrorists

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Ayatollah Sistani condemns terrorist attack in Mazar-i-Sharif

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https://en.irna.ir/news/84728520/Ayatollah-Sistani-condemns-terrorist-attack-in-Mazar-i-Sharif

http://neshasteasatid.com/node/7828

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Another bloody week has passed for Afghanistan's Shia and Sunni civilians.

5 Shia people were killed n Tuesday in the outskirts of Mazar-i-Sharif by terrorists while their hands were tied up. One man could survive and flee later because the terrorists thought he was dead. He later told that the attackers used US M16 weapons. This is what happens when the USA leaves military equipment worth $7 billion to terrorist groups

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11 Shia people were killed in bomb attacks on buses in Mazar-i-Sharif on Thursday evening:

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The latest attack was on Friday killing scores of Sunnis in Kabul:

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These are just reports on major attacks and don’t mention the daily sufferings and killings of people in Afghanistan.

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In the past two weeks I have been traveling and therefore was unable to post on attacks on Shia killings in Afghanistan. Again at least 10 Shia Afghans were killed in the past week and 18 got injured on terrorist attacks on Shia Afghans in Mazar-i-Sharif. Some of the injured have lost their legs.

Among the dead were Hossein Naseri, a young doctor, and Maryam Madadi, a former speaker on Rabia Balkhi Radio.

Pictures of Madadi and Naseri:

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On another account a young journalist from Kabul, called Ali Khairkhah, of Sobh Kabul (Kabul morning) has been missing for some days:

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Translation of a news report:

The Hazara International Council has expressed concern over the situation of civilians in Balkhab district of Sar-e-Pul province. The district is witnessing clashes between the Taliban and Maulavi Mahdi, the group's former Hazara commander.

According to Shafaqna News Agency in Afghanistan, a statement issued by the Hazara International Council on Friday night (24 June 2022) states that the Council expresses its deep concern about the civilians in the region and their vulnerabilities and the social and economic burden of violence.

The statement said that in such an emergency, it is important for the international community to pay attention to the events in Balkhab and the consequences of the war and violence caused by the Taliban attacks, which could lead to widespread crime and human rights abuses.

The Hazara International Council has said that the Taliban also committed crimes against the Hazaras during their previous rule. The council referred to the massacre of Hazaras in August 1998 in Mazar-e-Sharif.

The Hazara International Council further warns that if the war in Balkhab escalates, catastrophic human costs will be imposed on civilians. The Hazara International Council has called for an immediate end to the violence in Balkhab.

The Taliban attack on Balkhab district has entered its third day and it has recently been reported that the Taliban have bombed Maulavi Mahdi's house, but he and his family were not harmed. Pro-Mahdi forces say they have repulsed several Taliban attacks, inflicting heavy casualties on the group. But the Taliban have so far said nothing about the Balkhab war.

 

Another report tells that the Taliban have been systematically withdrawing most of their forces from parts of Panjshir since Friday. The video, made available to the 8 Sobh news channel, also shows dozens of Taliban rangers leaving the Chamalord district of Panjshir province this morning. Although the exact motive for the Taliban's withdrawal from Panjshir is still unknown, sources say they are likely to be sent to Balkhab district in Sar-e-Pul to confront Maulavi Mahdi.

Maulavi Mahdi split from the Taliban after he witnessed institutional discrimination and racism by that group against Shia and Hazara people. Most recently Fiqh Jafari was replaced by that group through Fiqh Hanafi for Shia inside Afghanistan and offices of Shia Maraje' were closed by Taliban. Shia have been expelled from their lands and houses by force through Taliban. Oppression against Shia has been implemented by Taliban on a regular basis.

Any support and prayers for the Shia of Afghanistan is needed now, as the war has already started and the Taliban have blocked all roads to and from Balkhab for food and humanitarian aid for the civilians there.

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On 6/25/2022 at 1:06 PM, lover said:

According to Shafaqna News Agency in Afghanistan, a statement issued by the Hazara International Council on Friday night (24 June 2022) states that the Council expresses its deep concern about the civilians in the region and their vulnerabilities and the social and economic burden of violence.

Salam

The Shia Ulema Council of Afghanistan seriously warns and recommends some points to the conflict parties:

1. War is destructive and does not benefit the country and the nation for any reason and causes people to suffer; Therefore, we ask the parties to the conflict to put an end to the armed battles as soon as possible, and to resolve their disputes and issues through dialogue.

2. The parties to the conflict should pay attention to the clear ruling of the Messenger of allah ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)), who says: In the shadow of war, people's lives, property, reputation and honor should not be attacked, even people's trees, fountains and fields should not be damaged. They should not be pursued and prisoners of war should be treated with kindness and generosity. And…

3. The problem of Balkhab originates from the dissatisfaction of Maulavi Mahdi, who has fought alongside the Islamic Emirate forces as a commander for years, and now he says; He wants the legal and political status of his people. Therefore, the problem should be solved within the emirate and not spread to other parts of the society and regions of the country.

4. Civilians and  not involved people  in the war should not be harassed. Those people who have left their homes due to the fear of war should be provided with a safe and peaceful return to their homes.

And peace be upon those who follow guidance

Afghan Shia Ulema Council

https://fa.shafaqna.com/news/1397099/شورای-علمای-شیعه-افغانستان-خواستار-حل/

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As expected by me, Shia of Kabul, Afghanistan have been targeted again by Takfeeris.

Translation of today's news report:

Attack against Shiites in Kabul; the number of casualties reached eight martyrs and 18 wounded

According to the Taliban, this incident was caused by the explosion of explosives embedded in a Karachi (transport vehicle). Eyewitnesses have said that the number of casualties in this explosion is much higher and most of the victims have been taken to health centers and mosques by local people.

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^This has been the third terrorist  attack during this Muharram so far and I quote the source the brother has posted: ”KABUL — A bombing in the heart of Kabul’s Shiite minority community Saturday killed at least two people and wounded 22. It was the third terrorist attack in the area since Wednesday, and intensified fears of further violence during the final days of Muharram, the Shiite mourning period.”

According to Afghan social media activists the number of 2 killed was announced by Taliban but the number is far beyond 20 killed close to Pul-e-Sokhta, a bridge located at a Shia neighborhood of Kabul. Furthermore, Dashte Barchi (Hazara neighborhood of Kabul) residents have complained about discrimination and beating ups by patrolling Taliban members.

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