He was killed by Taliban bullets in Kabul
Reuters news agency, based on a statement issued by a hospital employee, reported that at least 17 people were killed in Kabul last night by joyous bullets from Taliban fighters. The Taliban declare victory in the Panjshir Valley, but that has not been confirmed. The resistance in the Panjshir Valley contradicts the reports.
“Last night, Taliban sources published reports that the entire province was under their control and the main resistance fighters fled the country. Then the shooting continued for hours in the air,” reporter Aleta Andre said. Radio NOS 1 News. Not only 17 people were killed, but 41 people were also injured.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid wrote on Twitter that he did not approve of the Farah shots: “Avoid shooting in the air, thank God. Bullets can injure civilians, so don’t shoot unnecessarily.”
You will not give up the fight
According to the latest reports, the fighting is still fierce over the only bastion of resistance against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Despite the group’s claim that the resistance leaders have left the country, prominent resistance leader Ahmed Masoud wrote on social media that he vowed to continue the fight.
“We will not give up jihad for the sake of God, freedom and justice.”
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