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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) Afghan security forces uncovered an Islamic State hideout packed with explosives and suicide vests this week in a poor western neighborhood of the capital, Kabul.
An intelligence official told The Associated Press that the IS refuge, hidden behind 10 foot green metal doors in the Qala e Wahid neighborhood was packed with explosives, weapons and suicide vests when security forces found it. The official spoke on condition of anonymity in line with his agency’s regulations.
He said the security forces were led to the house by an insurgent who was captured during Monday’s IS attack on a military academy in Kabul in which 11 soldiers died. Afghanistan’s IS affiliate, which calls itself Khorasan Province, claimed the attack in a statement carried by its Aamaq news agency.
From their safe house in Qala e Wahid the insurgents were plotting to carry out three more large attacks in Kabul, the intelligence official said without providing further details.
Khan Mohammed, a resident of Qala e Wahid, told the AP Friday that locals rarely see a police patrol in their neighborhood and stay at home after dark because of marauding gangs of thieves. They say the government can’t provide security.
“It is dangerous for all the people of Qala e Wahid that Daesh was here, but they came here because it is an insecure area,” said Mohammed, whose home is located across the lane from the IS hideout, using the Arabic acronym for the extremist group, “For Daesh this was the perfect area because you can bring everything here from anywhere.”
The streets that weave through Qala e Wahid are rutted and ankle deep in mud. A wide open sewer runs the length of the lanes. It is clogged with garbage bags, mounds of trash and human waste. Some residents eye foreigners with suspicion and refuse to identify the IS house. There are whispers that IS may have sympathizers in the neighborhood. Others, who were willing to talk, say the dangers in their neighborhood come from many places because the security services are non existent.
Fifteen year old Zikarullah, who lives in a mud and straw house directly opposite the IS hideout, said the occupants, three men and a woman, had moved in about 25 days earlier. They engaged freely with the residents.
“One of them asked me if I liked cricket and said he would buy me a new cricket ball and bat,” said Zikarullah, who used just one name. The occupants were young and the woman always wore the all enveloping burqa that hid her from head to toe.
Another neighbor, 16 year old Samsor said the woman carried the explosives and weapons under her burqa.
“The police told us this after they arrested them and they told us they were from Nangarhar,” said Samsor. The United States last year dropped its largest non nuclear bomb targeting IS hideouts in a remote mountainous region of Nangarhar province.
Afghanistan has been battered by a series of audacious attacks in recent weeks that have killed nearly 200 people, wounded hundreds more and angered citizens frustrated by the deteriorating security, which they blame on their feuding government as well as inadequate intelligence gathering and poor policing.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani under pressure for security lapses went on national television Friday to blame Pakistan for harboring Taliban, saying its neighbor was the hub for Taliban, an accusation Islamabad routinely denies.
“What kind of government do we have that they are fighting with each other”? There is no security in this country,” said Mohammad Hajan, standing nearby the padlocked IS house. “In the morning I wake up and I don’t know if I will be alive in the evening.”
Ghani’s National Unity Government has been paralyzed by a protracted feud with powerful warlords, including his vice president Uzbek warlord, Rashid Dostum, who is currently in Turkey and prevented by the government from returning to Afghanistan. Ghani has also fired the powerful Tajik warlord Atta Mohammed as governor of northern Balkh province, who has refused to step down.
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