The first projectile was propelled by spokesman of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) who tweeted, "Re: Taliban spox on #Kabul attack: the outcome is inevitable. Question is how much longer will terrorist put innocent Afghans in harm's way?"
The Taliban - who, when in rule, barred modern technology, including television and music players - fired back.
Taliban tweeter Abdulqahar Balk (@ABalkhi ) wrote: "@ISAFmedia i dnt knw.u hve bn pttng thm n 'harm's way' fr da pst 10 yrs.Razd whole vllgs n mrkts.n stil hv da nrve to tlk bout 'harm's way' (In plain English, it means: I didn't know. You have been putting them in harm's way for the past 10 years. Razed whole villages and markets. And still have the nerve to talk about harms way).
@ISAFmedia wrote back, "Really, @abalkhi? Unama reported 80% of civilians causalities are caused by insurgent (your) activities."
A NATO spokesperson said that the tweets were to increase the campaign of fight what it perceives as incorrect information on social networks.