Wardak: Money exchangers protest shows the peak of people's hatred for the US attack on the country's soil
Naeem Wardak, the spokesman of the political office of the Islamic Emirate in Qatar, called today's demonstration by the money changers of the Shehzade market in Kabul the height of people's hatred for the recent statements of the American president and the encroachment on the country's territory.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Naeem Wardak, the political spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, wrote in a tweet; Once again, the wave of protests against the recent claim of the American president showed the height of people's hatred for his performance.
According to him, this time the industrialists, businessmen and general public protested in response to the air attack in Kabul and the recent claim of US President Joe Biden.
Yesterday, Wednesday, August 10, the money changers of Kabul reacted against the US air attack on Afghanistan and burned the country's flag during a protest rally.
A few days ago, people in some provinces of the country called the US air strike in Afghanistan against international law and open aggression and expressed their disgust with Joe Biden's recent actions with slogans of death to America.