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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Kabul blasts join India

 Kabul blasts join India: Suicide bomber kills more than 200, captured 5 years ago from Delhi, linked to 12 terror outfits



  • He has killed more than 250 people in a number of violent activities in his lifetime

About 200 people were killed in a suicide attack on Kabul airport on August 26 after the Taliban took over. There have now been some new revelations in this incident. According to information received on Sunday, the suicide bomber who carried out the blast was deported from India 5 years ago. The claim was made in a magazine affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). According to the Indian Express, the name of the suicide bomber was Abdul Rahman Al Logari.


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He was arrested in Delhi, according to the magazine. He wanted to target Hindus in the country in protest of the Indian government's action in Kashmir. The magazine claimed that Abdul had killed more than 250 people in a number of violent activities, including in Afghanistan.

The Rowe agency handed it over to the U.S. military

According to the militant group's magazine, Abdul came from Afghanistan and was renting a room in the Lajpat Nagar area of ​​Delhi. In 2017, security agencies received information that he was linked to Islamic State.

He was arrested and deported to Afghanistan by security agencies. Here Abdul was detained and interrogated by US troops. Based on the information received from him, US forces destroyed several IS bases.


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Training was conducted in Pakistan

The magazine said several Afghan bureaucrats were leaving the country via Kabul airport. Abdul was told to blow up at the airport because these people had helped US troops in Afghanistan.

Abdul was interrogated by US agencies in 2018. He was only 20 years old at that time. He was the son of a wealthy Afghan businessman. Abdul was linked to 12 Islamic State terrorist organizations. He also trained in Pakistan.

Input was received about the terrorist attack in Delhi

Intelligence agency Ro Ne Abdul had suspicions that 50 50,000 had been smuggled into a bank account in Afghanistan from Dubai. At the time, the US intelligence agency had given India intelligence input on a possible terrorist attack in Delhi. The Indian security agencies neither acknowledged nor denied this.

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