At least 25 people were killed on Wednesday when a group of militant fighters dressed as policemen opened fire at a Sikh-Hindu temple in Kabul. The Islamic State has since claimed responsibility for the attack, with the Taliban denying any involvement. At least eight other people were wounded, including women and children, during the hours it took to clear the temple. The Indian foreign ministry commented on the attack, calling it cowardly and a representation of a diabolical network and world view. ISIS has shown a history for targeting Hindus and Sikhs, including a suicide bombing last year that killed 19 people.