The ISIS cell was found and annihilated in Kabul’s Panjsad Family neighborhood, Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted on November 13’s Sunday night.
The Taliban forces’ mission to strike and destroy the ISIS stronghold, according to Mujahid, resulted in the deaths of five “Kharijites,” as he called ISIS members. At the time of the reported ISIS hideout attack by the Taliban troops in Kabul, Saturday night explosions were being heard. According to Mujahid’s statement, these militants belonged to an “important network” that planned to conduct destructive activities. According to a statement released on Sunday by the Ministry of Defense of the Taliban administration, 6 members of the ISIS group in Nangarhar, in eastern Afghanistan, were also killed during a special operation. Each of these operations, according to the Taliban, led to the acquisition of some weapons and ammunition that the insurgents planned to utilize in their operations. This occurs at a time when the security situation in Afghanistan is described as being “very dangerous,” and nations advise their citizens to stay away from the country because they are worried about the rise of terrorism there.