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“We Will Hunt You Down”: Joe Biden Warns IS Terrorist After Kabul Bombings

The US president Joe Biden has asked Pentagon to make a plan to take revenge against culprits who carried out attacks at the Kabul airport, killing more than 100 people, including dozens of American troops. Biden, who vowed to bring all Americans out of Afghanistan, said the evacuation mission will be continued despite the series of terror bombings. Speaking from the White House, Biden warned terrorists that they will pay a heavy price for this vile act. “We will hunt you down and make you pay,” Biden said while speaking with media.

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Biden, who has been a huge backlash after more than dozens of US troops killed in the attack on Thursday, said the US will continue with its mission to bring Americans and its allies out of Afghanistan.

Biden assured the countrymen that the US will strike back against its enemies and will take avenge of its brave soldiers.

“These ISIS terrorists will not win and no one can deter the US,” Biden said in a press conference.
On Thursday, at least 12 US troops were killed and dozens of others injured in two back to back bombings at the Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul. The deaths climbed to over 100 people, including women and children.

This is the first major terror attack in Afghanistan since the radical Islamic organization Taliban took the entire Afghanistan under their control.

According to reports, ISIS’ Afghanistan wing—IS-K took the responsibility for yesterday’s attack. It is believed that many terror organisations, including Daesh and Al-Qaeda, are not disappointed since the Taliban vowed to the US that no terror organisations will be allowed to operate from Afghanistan’s soil.

The Kabul bombings occurred days after the Pentagon’s warning of a possible terror attack in Kabul. Taliban said also condemned the Kabul bombings.