Kabul security officials reported three explosions in the capital. The blasts occurred in less than three hours. Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the Supreme National Reconciliation Council of Afghanistan, also confirmed the death of Mohammad Atif, chairman of the Leadership Committee of the Afghan Reform Society. He considered the country worthy of science and religion and added that Mr. Atef was a supporter of peace and reconciliation in the country. The chairman of the Supreme National Reconciliation Council of Afghanistan has said that Mr. Atef has left a valuable legacy and relics. According to Mr. Abdullah, he “played an influential role in providing a moderate reading of high Islamic thought.” Mohammad Atef was 57 years old and from Takhar province in northeastern Afghanistan. He was educated at Pakistan Jihad Invitation University and recently studied for a doctorate in Tajikistan. Kabul police spokesman Faramarz said two people were killed and five others, including two soldiers, were injured in the three blasts.