Kabul, Afghanistan – According to a government spokesman for Feroz Bashari, at least 63 people have been killed when a suicide bomber detonated wounded in Kabul explosives in a fully occupied wedding room late on Saturday night in the western city attack.
According to Nusrat Rahimi, spokesman for the Interior Ministry, the attacker released explosives among the guests.
The Taliban have condemned the attack and rejected any involvement.
Both the Taliban and the local affiliate of the Islamic State Group have made bloody attacks in the capital.
The explosion occurred near the stage where musicians and "all the teenagers, children and all the people who were there were killed". Witness Gul Mohammad said one of the wounded, Mohammad Toofan, said that "many guests have been martyred."
"There are so many dead and wounded," said Ahmad Omid, a survivor who said that about 1
Families howled in front of a local hospital, others were covered in blood.
The explosion in the wedding hall of the city of Dubai in the west of Kabul, a neighborhood that many members of the Shiite Hazara minority consider her On August 7, a Taliban car bomb exploded on the same road against Afghan security forces, killing 14 people and injuring 145, most of them women, children and other civilians.
Kabul's huge Brightly lit wedding halls are centers of community life in a city weary of decades of war and spending thousands of dollars on a single evening.
"Devastated by the news of a suicide bombing in a wedding hall in Kabul. A heinous crime against our people, how is it? possible to train a person and ask him to blow himself up in a wedding? !! "Sediq Seddiqi, spokesman for President Ashraf Ghani, said in a Twitter post.
The wedding halls also serve as meeting places, and in November, at least 55 people were killed when a suicide bomber sneaked into a Kabul wedding hall containing hundreds Muslims lived Religious scholars and clergy gathered for the Prophet Muhammad's birthday and the Taliban denied involvement in an attack that bore the hallmark of the Islamic State Party.
The explosion of Saturday night occurred just days after the end of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, as the residents of Kabul visited family and friends before Afghanistan celebrates its 100th Independence Day on Monday under heavier watch in a city that has long been familiar with checkpoints and barbed wire.
The explosion in Afghanistan is very uncertain Time since the United States and the Taliban are nearing the conclusion of an agreement 18-year war, America's longest conflict.
The Afghan government has been excluded from these discussions, and Presidential spokesman Seddiqi said on Saturday that his government is waiting to hear the results of President Donald Trump's meeting with his national security team on the war on Friday. Key issues include the withdrawal of US troops and the Taliban's pledge not to make Afghanistan the starting point for global terrorist attacks.
Earlier this year, the Taliban pledged to do more to protect the civilian population, but continue to carry out deadly attacks on Afghan security forces and others in what many see as an attempt to strengthen their position at the negotiating table.
The conflict continues to demand a terrible toll on the civilian population. In Afghanistan last year, more than 3,800 people, including more than 900 children, were killed by the Taliban, the US and the Allied forces, the Islamic State and other actors, the UN said.