Decapitated ISIS Victims Carried in Coffins During Protest

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More than 1000 protesters were gathered in Afghanistan to protest the government’s failure to protect the public on Wednesday, November 11. Seven deceased civilians beheaded by ISIS during the protest were carried in coffins, painting the picture of the government’s lacking protection.

Most of the 1000 protesters were amicable, but some angry protesters stormed the Afghan Presidential Palace in Kabul. Security forces opened fire and shot in the air, allegedly in an attempt to disperse the protesters trying to get through the palace gates.

During the more violent scene of the protest, more than seven people were injured. Two girls were trampled on but suffered no serious injuries. Five men were hit by stray bullets from the warning shots fired by the palace security forces and were severely injured, according to ministry spokesman Ismali Kawoosi.

The protesters seek to address President Ashraf Ghani regarding the national security issue, protest organizer Mortaza Moshrafi said.


Kabul has been the scene of many abductions and murders caused by ISIS. In March 31 people were abducted along a highway between Kabul and Kandahar. At least 53 Hazaras, an Afghan ethnic minority, have been abducted, whereof some have been either killed or released. The rest of the abducted are still being held captive by ISIS, according to political party leader and representative of the victims’ families, Zulfiqar Omid.

“We brought the bodies to the presidential palace in Kabul to demonstrate our anger,” Omid said.

On Tuesday night, November 10, the National Directorate of Security, Afghanistan’s Intelligence Agency said they managed to rescue eight Hazaras in Ghazni, a province neighboring Zabul.

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