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Shia Rights Watch condemns Kabul bombings and calls for helping hand to Shia Muslims in Afghanistan


Shia Rights Watch Organization expressed its strong condemnation of the terrorist bombings that targeted innocent civilians in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and called on the international community to extend a helping hand to Shia Muslims in Afghanistan, especially after the escalation of terrorist attacks against them.
In a statement received by Shia Waves, the organization stated that it had seen media and human rights reports stating that dozens were martyred and wounded after a school in Kabul was targeted by a group of terrorists.
According to the statement, preliminary information indicated that three suicide bombers stormed the Syed al-Shuhada School for Girls, which resulted in the martyrdom of more than 40 students and wounding of dozens of others.
The statement emphasized that this crime comes within a series of hostile and abusive attacks that the Shias have been subjected to for decades targeting women, children, elderly and defenseless civilians in general, as these systematic violations require direct intervention from the international community in general, and the countries of the international coalition in Afghanistan in particular.

Shia Rights Watch condemns Kabul bombings and calls for helping hand to Shia Muslims in Afghanistan


Shia Rights Watch Organization expressed its strong condemnation of the terrorist bombings that targeted innocent civilians in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and called on the international community to extend a helping hand to Shia Muslims in Afghanistan, especially after the escalation of terrorist attacks against them.
In a statement received by Shia Waves, the organization stated that it had seen media and human rights reports stating that dozens were martyred and wounded after a school in Kabul was targeted by a group of terrorists.
According to the statement, preliminary information indicated that three suicide bombers stormed the Syed al-Shuhada School for Girls, which resulted in the martyrdom of more than 40 students and wounding of dozens of others.
The statement emphasized that this crime comes within a series of hostile and abusive attacks that the Shias have been subjected to for decades targeting women, children, elderly and defenseless civilians in general, as these systematic violations require direct intervention from the international community in general, and the countries of the international coalition in Afghanistan in particular.

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