If every Islamic terrorist were this clumsy, the problem would solve itself!
The Afghanistan government says a reportedly “expert” bomb maker for the Taliban inadvertently killed himself and his four sons in northern Afghanistan, while building a huge pile of roadside bombs.
Zabiullah Amani, spokesman for the provincial governor in Sar-i-Pul province, says Wednesday that Kamal Khan, a commander for the Islamic terror group in the northern part of the province, died Tuesday while making explosive devices in his home.
Amani says Khan was believed to be the Taliban’s best maker of roadside bombs in Sar-i-Pul province. These bombs have been frequently and effectively used for years against both government security forces and U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
While the Taliban’s heartland is in southern Afghanistan, they have become increasingly active and dangerous in northern Afghanistan as well.
Thankfully, there’s now at least one less clumsy terrorist to deal with.
The Associated Press contributed to this article