At least 84 people were dead and more than 150 were injured in a Pakistan suicide bomber mosque attack. The attack obliterated a part of the mosque roof and many people are trapped under the rubble.
Pakistan Suicide Mosque Attack
The attack took place this Monday, on a crowded mosque in the city of Peshawar, in northwestern Pakistan. There are already 84 dead and more than 150 people injured in the explosion.
The Pakistan mosque terrorist attack took place inside a mosque located inside the Peshawar Police headquarters, in northwest Pakistan.
The mosque incident is the result of a suicide bomber attack during prayers. An attack of this scale, has not been seen since 2018.
The Terrorist Behind The Pakistan Suicide Mosque Attack
The terrorist had placed himself in the front row, during a prayer that took place in the mosque, before activating the explosive charge he was carrying, according to reports coming in.
The Pakistan mosque attack brought about the fall of parts of the walls of the mosque, as well as a part of the roof. Several injured people emerged from the rubble, so it is feared that there are many victims still trapped.
Among The Injured…
There are several in critical condition due to the Pakistan suicide mosque attack, so it is not ruled out that the number of deaths will increase in the coming hours.
Following the attack, the Pakistan Department of Health has declared a “medical emergency” and has asked all health workers to remain on alert, to attend to the large number of victims.
The Inspector General Of The Islamabad Police…
Akbar Nasir Khan, has placed the capital on “highest security alert”, after the Pakistan mosque attacked, as specified by the Islamabad Police, through his account on the social network Twitter.Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, has strongly condemned the attack and has conveyed his condolences to the families of the victims of the Pakistan suicide mosque attack!
Christina Johnson is a proud born and raised Torontonian. Christina has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and the Financial Post. As a journalist for White Pine Tribune, Christina covers national and international developments.