Afghan Shia scholars demand probe into Kunduz terrorist attack
Afghanistan Shia Council has issued a statement demanding probe into the terrorist attack against Kunduz mosque on Friday which led to death and wounding of several worshippers.
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Afghanistan Shia Council called on Taliban to bring the perpetrators of the terrorist attack against Kunduz Shia mosque which left nearly 300 people killed or injured, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Shia scholars in this statement said," Followers of certain denomination or ethnicity have systematically targeted by terrorist groups in recent years in a way that some social researchers have categorized that as "genocide."
The statement in another part denounced the Friday terrorist attack against Shia worshippers in Kunduz mosque which left scores of the Shia Muslims dead or injured.
Afghan Shia scholars also demanded the Taliban to endeavor for security of all Afghan citizens and bring the perpetrators of the terrorist attack to justice.
This is while Seyyed Hussein Alemi Balkhi, Shia cleric in Afghanistan called the terrorist attack against Kunduz mosque as the most painful incident following Taliban takeover of the country demanding serious investigation into the crime.
A suicide attack targeting the worshippers in Kunduz Shia mosque on Friday left over 150 people dead and scores of others wounded.
Daesh terrorist group has admitted responsibility for the attack.