Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:28PM
Afghan Solidarity members hold placards and chant slogans as they stage a protest stage a protest against the Afghan government and Taliban militants, following a Taliban and Daesh fighters attack in Mirzawalang village, in Kabul on Agust 11, 2017.
Afghan Solidarity members hold placards and chant slogans as they stage a protest stage a protest against the Afghan government and Taliban militants, following a Taliban and Daesh fighters attack in Mirzawalang village, in Kabul on Agust 11, 2017.
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Amin Alemi
Press TV, Kabul 

Just a few days after militants massacred dozens of Shia Afghan civilians in Sar-e-Pol, people are still in a state of shock and sorrow. While strongly condemning the attack, many Afghans see it as an enemy tactic to trigger a sectarian war in the country. But as our correspondent Amin Alemi reports, such plots will bear no fruit due to the nation’s awareness.