Joe Biden vows to 'hunt down' ISIS-K for double suicide bomb attack that killed 13 US troops and 90 Afghans say 'We'll make you pay'.

US President Joe Biden promised to hunt down and destroy the ISIS-K terrorists who killed 13 American service personnel and dozens of Afghans in a double suicide attack on Kabul airport. 

He made the promise on Thursday, August 26, as he joined UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in vowing to continue

the evacuation efforts in Afghanistan despite a “continued” risk of further bombings by the terrorist group.

The ISIS-K, a terrorist group that is an enemy of the Taliban who is in control of the country, is an off-shoot

of the terrorist organization Islamic State (IS).

Last night, August 26, ISIS-K claim to be responsible for the double bombing, which killed

at least 90 people and injured more than 150 others.

11 U.S. Marines, a US Navy medic, and another US service member screening evacuees at the airport gates were among the casualties.

Joe Biden On the ISIS Attack

The two locations targeted in the bombings were the Abbey Gate of Hamid Karzai International Airport,

where US troops were screening Afghans for evacuation, and the nearby Baron Hotel, where thousands including

Afghans, Britons, and Americans, were told to gather in recent days before heading to the airport for evacuation.

Biden paid tribute to the “selfless heroes” who died helping the Afghan people to safety.

The Pentagon warns that there is still an imminent threat of attack at the airport and h told to draw up

strike plans to hit ISIS-K assets and leadership, despite being in the process of withdrawing all its forces from Afghanistan.  

“For those who carried out this attack, as well as anyone who wishes America harm, know this: We will not forgive,

we will not forget, Joe Biden said in an address at the White House.

He added: “We will hunt you down and make you pay.”

The UK Prime Minister also condemns yesterday’s terror attack, which is not believed to have claimed the lives of

any British troops or officials.

He also vowed to continue the rescue effort at Kabul airport, where last night brave British troops were seen

sweeping the perimeter following the double bombing.

By Taiyelolu A

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