Scores of activists rallied in Kabul, Monday, to condemn Pakistan's recent actions towards Afghanistan and its people. The protest action comes following reports of a shelling in eastern parts of Afghanistan, allegedly carried out by Pakistan. One protester argued that «Pakistan is supporting terrorists. They are killing Afghans every day. They're firing hundreds of rockets. The terrorism centres... Еще are in Pakistan. We want from the UN and other international organisations to stop Pakistan's bad policy; otherwise it will be a big problem for the world.» Afghan government officials are reported to have said that more than 500 missiles had been fired from across the Durand Line and landed in Kunar Province in eastern Afghanistan, which has reportedly displaced several hundred families since last week. Kabul said on Monday that it has ordered its border forces to retaliate to the Pakistani shelling.