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Kabul Denies Pakistan’s Claim of Afghans Involved in Suicide Bombings

The Islamic Emirate denied the remarks of the Pakistani official alleging involvement of Afghan refugees in the suicide bombings which have recently ripped the country.

The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, said on X that the Afghan refugees are not involved in the attacks and that Islamabad seeks to harass them under various pretexts.

“We deny that if the refugees settled in Pakistan, they would have handled any attack and incident in that country,” he said.

The Pakistan’s interior minister, Sarfraz Bugti, claimed the Afghans are involved in 14 of 24 suicide bombings that happened this year the country.

He said that the Fatwa (formal ruling or interpretation on a point of Islamic law) issued by the Islamic Emirate’s leader should become practical in this regard.

“There have been 24 attacks since February. The Afghan nationals conducted 14 of them,” Bugti said.

The political analysts believe that the remarks of the Pakistani officials will affect the relations between the Islamic Emirate and Pakistan.

“The people can solve the issue of security and they can take their security. The people on the two sides of the [Durand line] can take the security. They should be given the opportunities and the regional and world countries should support them, I think the issue of terrorism will be eliminated,” said Yousuf Ameen Zazai, a military veteran.

“When you reflect hostility to 40 million people, I think it is irresponsible and contrary to the neighboring and international laws,” said Sadiq Aminzoy, a political analyst.

This comes as the Pakistani officials repeatedly claimed the Afghan soil is used against their country. But Islamabad urged Islamabad to pay attention to its security and that the interim Afghan government is not responsible for the internal issues of Pakistan.

Kabul Denies Pakistan’s Claim of Afghans Involved in Suicide Bombings

The political analysts believe that the remarks of the Pakistani officials will affect the relations between the Islamic Emirate and Pakistan.

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The Islamic Emirate denied the remarks of the Pakistani official alleging involvement of Afghan refugees in the suicide bombings which have recently ripped the country.

The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, said on X that the Afghan refugees are not involved in the attacks and that Islamabad seeks to harass them under various pretexts.

“We deny that if the refugees settled in Pakistan, they would have handled any attack and incident in that country,” he said.

The Pakistan’s interior minister, Sarfraz Bugti, claimed the Afghans are involved in 14 of 24 suicide bombings that happened this year the country.

He said that the Fatwa (formal ruling or interpretation on a point of Islamic law) issued by the Islamic Emirate’s leader should become practical in this regard.

“There have been 24 attacks since February. The Afghan nationals conducted 14 of them,” Bugti said.

The political analysts believe that the remarks of the Pakistani officials will affect the relations between the Islamic Emirate and Pakistan.

“The people can solve the issue of security and they can take their security. The people on the two sides of the [Durand line] can take the security. They should be given the opportunities and the regional and world countries should support them, I think the issue of terrorism will be eliminated,” said Yousuf Ameen Zazai, a military veteran.

“When you reflect hostility to 40 million people, I think it is irresponsible and contrary to the neighboring and international laws,” said Sadiq Aminzoy, a political analyst.

This comes as the Pakistani officials repeatedly claimed the Afghan soil is used against their country. But Islamabad urged Islamabad to pay attention to its security and that the interim Afghan government is not responsible for the internal issues of Pakistan.

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