Saeed Reza Ameli, secretary of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, condemned the terrorist attack in Kandahar, Afghanistan, and called on the Afghan government to ensure the security of mosques and Shiite and Sunni religious centers in the country.
The message reads:
For the second time in a week, Afghanistan, with the guidance and support of the colonial powers and the Takfiri agency, finds its Friday worshipers covered in blood, and dozens of martyrs and wounded are the result of this Takfiri view. Once again, the dirty gangs of ISIL elements have targeted the peace and security of the honorable and oppressed people of Afghanistan; One day in Kunduz and today in Kandahar.
Undoubtedly, these destructive and cowardly suicide attempts have no purpose other than disrupting the unity and cohesion of the Shiite and Sunni communities and inflaming the psychological security of the Afghan people. It is necessary for the Afghan government to act with vigilance and speed in identifying and punishing these terrorist perpetrators and to ensure the security of Shiite and Sunni mosques and religious centers.
It is necessary for the international institutions to take serious action to completely eradicate the terrorist elements, especially ISIS, which caused the catastrophic killings in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Afghanistan, and the justice-seeking nations of the world to use this method of terror and terror, which is rooted in support and Condemn the plans of the United States and the usurping Zionist regime.
I offer my condolences to the honorable people of Afghanistan and all the oppressed people of the world for this inhuman crime, and I ask God Almighty for the martyrs of this incident and for the health and well-being of the injured.