Wednesday , May 27 2020

Afghanistan: Gurdwara attack was conducted by an Indian

Gurdwara attack

KABUL: One of the four terrorists involved in the terror attack on Sikhs in Kabul was a 30-year-old shopkeeper who had fled along with 14 other youths from Kerala (India) to join the Islamic State (ISIS) four years ago. ISIS published his photo on their magazine.

According to details, Abu Khalid al-Hindi was an engineer and resident of Kerala, India.

According to an Indian newspaper, the image of the attacker was also published in a propaganda magazine of the organization, the person in the photo was killed in a drone attack in Afghanistan last year.

Related: 11 dead as gunmen attack Sikh gurudwara in Afghanistan

It should be noted that on March 25, a suicide bomber attacked a Gurdwara in, Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killing 25 people.

According to Afghan media, four suicide bombers who attacked the Gurdwara were also killed, after which ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack on Kabul Gurdwara.

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