#Kabul: The counter-injury is retaliation. Within 36 hours of the Islamic State bombing in Kabul, the US military launched an offensive in Afghanistan. The U.S. military says a car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Mosul. This attack without any hint in advance. The U.S. military says a car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Baghdad.
Capt. Bill Urban, on behalf of the U.S. Central Command, said. “We did not have a separate name for this air strike. We attacked the Nanaghar province of Afghanistan. Initially, we have hit our target in the news. It is certain that no civilians were killed.”
Incidentally, on the evening of August 26, two suicide bombers killed at Kabul airport, much to the chagrin of many spies. More than 100 people. Several of them were U.S. soldiers. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the incident. The Taliban said in a statement that they had no hand in the incident.
US President Joe Biden has been on the move since the incident. He said the attack must be answered. Exactly what plans were put in place for the sake of security in the US living in Afghanistan. More than 100,000 US citizens have been repatriated from Kabul since August 14. But for a short time, the US administration is now trying to clear the airport grounds. The deadliest explosion since the US military set foot in Afghanistan was on August 28. ISIS militants have killed many innocent people in public in the airport area by firing from Kalashnikov. But the White House says the threat is not over yet. Kabul could be militant again. That is why the US embassy is requesting the citizens waiting at various gates of Kabul airport to leave the port area soon.
US citizens and troops will leave Afghanistan in three days. The Taliban will then take over Kabul airport.