We will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack: President Joe Biden

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On Saturday, President Joe Biden declared to continue the airstrikes against the extremist Islamic group involved in the Kabul airport bombing. The attack that was carried out by a suicide bomber of an Islamic state group cause a high number of Afghans dead and 13 American soldiers. President Joe Biden warned about another attack similar to the recent bombing at Kabul.

In a statement, Biden said, “This strike was not the last. We will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack and make them pay. I pay tribute to the bravery and selflessness of the American troops executing the hurried airlift of tens of thousands from Kabul airport, including the 13 U.S. service members who were killed in Thursday’s suicide bombing at an airport gate.”


According to the statement by Pentagon, only a few number of soldiers are now present at Kabul airport. Now less than 4000 soldiers are hasting to complete the final withdrawal before the evacuation deadline on Tuesday. President Joe Biden has decided on this deadline.

While giving the information regarding the drone mission of the U.S. in Eastern Afghanistan, Pentagon said that they had killed two members of Islamic state groups that were affiliated with Afghanistan on Saturday. The extremist could expect more stated Biden.

The U.S. State Department issued a new security warning through which they instructed the citizens and the people those are gathered at the airport to leave the Taliban succeeded Afghanistan. According to the statement, the people have been asked to leave the airport immediately following the threat of a similar blast.

The corpse of 13 American soldiers are on their way two United States. At the same time, it was ending the twenty-year American war that caused more than 2400 US military casualties in Afghanistan. This ending came with the return of the Taliban movement to power in Afghanistan that was halted since the U.S. forces invaded Afghanistan.

Shortly after the attack, the press secretary of President Biden said that the president would do everything that would be possible to honour the sacrifice that the soldiers made.

The Pentagon issued the names of those killed in action in the blast— 11 Marines, 1 was a Navy sailor, and 1 was an Army soldier. Twelve of them were mainly from the age group of 20. Some were born during 2001. The oldest was 31.