2 children were injured in a roadside bomb blast west Kabul

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KABUL: Two children were injured by a roadside bomb in Kabul, Afghanistan on Thursday according to a police official.
Khalid Zadran, a Kabul police spokesperson, stated in a tweet that the blast occurred in the middle a Shiite neighborhood in the western portion of Kabul. At least six people died in multiple bombings on the same spot two days before, mostly children.
No one claimed immediate responsibility for Thursday’s explosion.
Hazaras make up 9 percent of Afghanistan’s 36 million inhabitants. They are unique targets because of their ethnicity, which is different from other ethnic groups like Uzbeks, Tajiks, and majority Pashtuns. Many Sunni Muslim extremists such as Daesh have made the majority of Hazaras a despised Shia Muslim and they are discriminated against in their Sunni-majority nation.
Khorasan province’s Islamic State-affiliated group, IS or ISK, targeted schools before, especially in the Shiite-dominated Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood. More than 60 children, mostly from the Dasht-e-Barchi area, set off two bombs last May outside their school. This was just months before the Taliban seized power in Kabul.
Dasht-e-Barchi is home to the Shiite population of Afghanistan. These areas are often targeted by Islamic State-affiliated royalists. But no one has claimed responsibility.

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