After Afghanistan was completely taken over by the Taliban, there was a massive explosion at Kabul airport on 26 August, in which more than 200 people were killed. 13 American soldiers also lost their lives in this attack. ISIS-K terrorists took responsibility for the blast at Kabul airport. After this, America carried out drone strikes to take revenge, in which it was claimed that the mastermind of the terrorist attack was killed, but various questions were raised on the American air strike, in many reports it was claimed that the American was innocent in the attack. People were killed.
America admits mistake
Now America has accepted its mistake regarding the drone attack. The US Defense Ministry has clearly said that, “Investigation of the drone attack has revealed that only innocent people were killed in it, and not ISIS terrorists, as was previously believed.”
air strike was a mistake
The US had carried out an air strike in an area adjacent to the Kabul airport. General Frank McKenzie, the commander of the US Central Command, said about the attack that, “The strike was a sad mistake.” Actually on August 29, America did this air strike, and was justifying it.
10 civilians killed
General Frank McKenzie, commander of the Central Command, said: “I am now convinced that 10 civilians, including seven children, were tragically killed in that attack. Further investigation has revealed that it is unlikely that the vehicle targeted in the strike and those killed were linked to ISIS-K and posed any direct threat to the US.”
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air strike truth
The US had directly targeted a car with a rocket. The attack was also condemned by the Taliban. In fact, US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley said, “At least one of those killed was an ISIS terrorist who claimed responsibility for the August 26 attack on Kabul airport.”
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