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Afghanistan, the attack against the shiites
We thought the Isis to emphasize the language of the ferocity that Afghanistan is far from pacified, beyond the tones reboanti of american diplomacy. An explosion so strong, apparently a missile, has sown death in the commemoration ceremony in Kabul in honour of Abdul Ali Mazari, leader of the ethnic Hazara, who in 1995 had been a prisoner of the Taliban and killed. At least 27 people were killed, thirty were wounded. The bomb attack was followed by an onslaught of armed men: at least three, according to the average afghan, were killed in a clash with security forces. The ceremony was present – and is unharmed - even Abdullah Abdullah, prime minister and rival Ashraf Ghani in claiming the presidency.

The Taliban, who have just signed an agreement for a cease-fire with the american delegation, they distanced themselves from the attack. But, in reality, just looking at the ethnicity of the person at the centre of the celebrations for the understanding: the Hazara, of I believe the shia have always been in the crosshairs of Isis Khorasan, the afghanistan section of the terrorist organization. And if the Taliban in recent months have concentrated their attacks on the forces of the afghan government, the shiites are always at the center of hate, the cult of Isis, already from the times of Abu Musab al Zarqawi in Iraq, until today. And already last year the ceremony itself had been attacked, with 11 deaths.

The attack seems to be aimed at recreating a role for the Isis Khorasan, also in view of a possible agreement inter-afghan between the Taliban and the Kabul government. In other words, the fundamentalists who had sworn allegiance to Abubakr al Baghdadi as they see the chance to become the monopolists of the violent jihad and bring the hands forward: in the absence of a Caliphate, the energy you invest in terror.

at the centre of the attack today, we are the Hazara, is just a confirmation: the shiites are considered heretical by fundamentalist sunnis, therefore, a legitimate target of violence. The ideal distance between the Taliban and Isis seems to replicate the estrangement between Al-Qaeda in Iraq (the progenitor of Isis) and the organization of Osama bin Laden. At the time, analysts say, Aqip had strayed from Al-Qaeda, especially on the subject of the killing of other muslims, albeit of different beliefs. And in the context of this fanaticism, the bombing of Kabul reiterates that despite the proclamations of Donald Trump, the peace is still far away.

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