National Resistance Front, Kabul: After the bloody explosions in the west of Kabul, the United Nations said that at least 120 people were killed and wounded in these attacks.
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) tweeted on Sunday, calling for the strengthening of security so that the Ashura ceremony can be carried out without further attacks.
In a tweet, Richard Bennett, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights for Afghanistan, called the recent explosions in the west of Kabul a "crime" and said that one day, the perpetrators of such crimes would be punished.
In the last few days, the security threats against the mourners in the Shiite area west of Kabul have intensified.
The terrorist attacks of the last few days in the west of Kabul city were planned and carried out by several commanders of the Taliban terrorist group related to the Omari unit, among the Shia pilgrims in the city of Kabul.