Agonized Kabul residents came to the streets and staged a protest to condemn Monday’s terrorist attack on Kabul University that killed at least 20 people, mostly students, and injured dozens.
“Terrorists can’t defeat us, we will resist and prevail to build a bright future for ourselves,” said Esmatullah one of the demonstrators, demanding justice for the victims of the attack.
Protesters also called on the government to take further steps to protect educational institutions and to boycott Doha peace talks if the Taliban do not accept the ceasefire.
“Do not kill us, you will be out of bullets as we are many,” read the banners of hundreds of protesters, “the perpetrators of the student assassination must be executed”.
The bloody attack on Kabul University began Monday at 11:30 a.m. (local time) inside Afghanistan’s largest University. Three gunmen in police uniforms first stormed the security forces and then entered into the university’s law Faculty, firing on students, professors and employees.
ISIS terror group claimed responsibility for attack. However, the office of national security council said in a statement that whether Taliban accept it or not, they are responsible for killing civilians, and the Afghan security forces will give a tough response.