Islamic State says assault on Kabul gurdwara was in assist of Prophet Muhammad
The Islamic State-Khorasan Province claimed duty for an assault on a gurdwara in Kabul that killed an Afghan Sikh and a Taliban fighter, PTI reported on Sunday. The terror group stated that they attacked the gurdwara in assist of the Prophet Muhammad.
In an announcement posted on its Amaq propaganda website, the fear outfit stated the assault on Saturday focused Hindus and Sikhs and the apostates who protected them.
Its fighters entered the temple for “Hindu and Sikh polytheists” in Kabul, killed the guard and opened fireplace on the worshippers with machine weapons and hand grenades, the Islamic State-Khorasan Province stated.
The three attackers have been killed by the Taliban fighters.
The assault passed off two days after the Islamic State-Khorasan Province in a video warned of an assault on Hindus in response to disparaging remarks about Prophet Muhammad by two Bharatiya Janata Party spokespersons, PTI reported.
BJP spokespersons’ remarks
Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Nupur Sharma made controversial remarks in regards to the Prophet throughout a debate on the Times Now tv channel on May 26. Naveen Jindal, who was the media head of the get together’s Delhi unit, had posted a tweet on June 1 in regards to the Prophet, which he later deleted.
On June 5, the BJP suspended Sharma and expelled Jindal after a diplomatic backlash from many Muslim-majority international locations. On the identical day, the Centre had stated that the controversial feedback had been made by “fringe elements” and they didn’t mirror the views of the Indian authorities.