A suicide bomber attacked a Shia mosque in Kabul on Friday killing at least 30 and injuring dozens more, an Afghan official at the Interior Ministry told the Associated Press

The attacker reportedly walked into the Imam Zaman Mosque in the city's Dashti Barch area and detonated while worshippers performed Friday prayer.

Images have surfaced of the attack on Twitter. 

Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, claimed responsibility for the attacks, however an official statement was not released. 

Hayat Amanat, correspondent for TOLOnews, tweeted the update on ISIS' involvement, but no other update was given. 

This attack comes just over two months since a disguised suicide bomber and gunman attacked Kabul in August, which killed at least 14 people. 

Witnesses claimed the suicide bomber detonated at the gate of a mosque, and the gunman stormed the vicinity throwing grenades. 

A witness to the August attack, Eidi Muhammad Akbari, told the New York Times what he saw. 

“Half of the mosque was full of worshipers — women upstairs and men downstairs, hundreds of men and women,” he said in an August New York Times report. “They threw a grenade inside and then entered.”

ISIS later claimed responsibility for the August attack on the mosque. 

Kabul has seen many ISIS-related attack in recent months. Over the summer, car bombs and attacks near the U.S. Embassy within Kabul claiming multiple lives. 

“The attack demonstrates a complete disregard for civilians and reveals the barbaric nature of the enemy faced by the Afghan people,” Gen. John W. Nicholson Jr., the commander of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan, said in a statement in May regarding a truck bomb.

These attacks are a reminder of how Kabul has become a battlefield, according to the New York Times.