Suicide Bomb Attack

From Aljazeera:
Al Jazeera's Glasse, reporting from inside the mosque on Saturday, said that the bomber waited until prayers started before launching the attack.

He first threw grenades into a curtained-off area where women and children were praying, before blowing himself up in the middle of the worshippers, killing the imam and dozens of others.

"They do this to divide us, but they won't be able," Mohammad Musa Sultani, a regular volunteer at the mosque who helped the wounded and moved the dead, told Al Jazeera.

Knocked down by the blast, Sultani then ran inside the mosque and saw smoke and blood everywhere.

He was knocked down by the blast then ran inside. He says there was smoke and blood everywhere. He helped the wounded and moved the dead.

"There are foreign hands behind such attacks and they do it for their benefits through their slaves. Why do they come to attack this mosque?"

Friday's second attack during prayers occurred at a Sunni mosque in the central province of Ghor.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said these attacks and others across Afghanistan are crimes against humanity and contrary to Islamic values

"Terrorist groups will never succeed in their sinister goals for divisiveness and will soon be suppressed and destroyed by the legitimate struggle of the Afghan security and defense forces," he said in a statement.

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