ISIS claims gun attack at Pakistan embassy that wounded guard

Islam: The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for last week’s gun attack on the Pakistani embassy in Afghanistan in which the head of the delegation escaped unharmed but a guard was wounded.
In a brief statement late Saturday, IS claimed two of their warplanes attacked the “traitorous Pakistani ambassador and his bodyguards” while they were in the courtyard of the Pakistani embassy, ​​wounding a guard and causing damage. damage to the building. It does not give more details.
Friday’s attack in the Afghan capital capital kabul Pakistani guard is injured Israr Mohamad, who belongs to the special forces unit of the army. But the crew leader, Ubaid-ur-Rehman NizamaniIt, was unharmed.
The attack comes amid rising tensions between its South Asian neighbors over Islamabad’s claims that anti-Pakistan government forces are orchestrating militant attacks from their hideout in Afghanistan.
Mohammad has been transferred to Pakistan for medical treatment.
In Islamabad, the Foreign Ministry said it was trying to confirm the IS claim.


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