“Suicide attacks and killing of innocent people are forbidden by Allah,” the Council head Qiamuddin Kashaf said at a press conference in Kabul. “Recent attacks by oppositions clearly indicated that they are fighting against the Afghan nation.”
In addition, Kashaf criticized Pakistani religious scholars for only having issued a fatwa against terrorism in their own country.
Meanwhile, some religious scholars donated blood to the victims of the recent attacks and called on the public to follow the path.
This comes after Kabul witnessed three bloody attacks in the past 10 days in which more than 100 people, mostly civilians, were killed and more than 300 others were injured.
Government declared Sunday as a national mourning day to pay tribute to the Afghans who were killed in recent terrorist attacks.