The mosque's imam, Maulvi Amir Mohammad Kabuli, is among the dead. The Afghan Islamic Press indicated that most of those killed and wounded were seminary students.
A hospital relative to the Emergency NGO charity received at least 27 victims, and five children. A spokesman for the Kabul Police Department assured us that a large number of security and first aid teams were sent to the area.
The blast occurred two days after the first anniversary of U.S. military forces' withdrawal from Afghanistan. On the other hand, the Taliban accused the terrorist group ISIS-K of the recent attacks in Kabul.
�� The Islamic emirate of Afghanistan strongly condemns the bombing of a mosque in Kabul. Jameel prays to the martyr Jannah al-Firdous for the healing of the wounded and the survivors. Civilian murderers and perpetrators of such crimes will be arrested soon .... pic.twitter.com/o2SXHauUI1