dimanche 5 août 2012

U.S.A./Nigeria: "Terrorist yourself"

 
The alleged leader of the radical Islamist group Boko Haram from Nigeria, Abubakar Mohammed Shekau, nicknamed "Darul Tawheed" living hidden in the desert between Chad and Sudan has called U.S. President Obama H. Barack "terrorist" after Washington's decision to place him on the blacklist anti-terrorist U.S., in a video posted Saturday, July 4, 2012.
         On 21 June 2012, the U.S. announced it had placed on their list against terrorism, three leaders of Boko Haram, which its alleged leader, Abubakar  Muhamad Shekau, although the Islamist organization has not made as such its appearance on the U.S. list.
         Inclusion on the blacklist freezes any assets of Abubakar Shekau and prohibits Americans from doing business with him.
"You said I am a terrorist world, then you will be in the world to come,"
said Abubakar Shekau in addressing President Barack Obama in Hausa.
        Born in 1969 in the village of Shekau, a farming village of Yobe State near the Niger border.
         He claims to have studied Islamic theology. He is considered as the No. 2 of the sect Boko Haram. In July 2009 he was given up for dead by the security services of Nigeria. He is married to a daughter of Mohammed Yusuf.
         "I take pleasure in killing anyone but Allah asks me to kill, just as I delight in killing a chicken or a ram,"
he said.
      The Boko Haram sect founded by Yusuf Mohamed (preacher of Maiduguri, capital of Borno State, captured and killed July 7, 2009) in 2002 who dreams of establishing Islamic Salafi in northern Nigeria began its campaign of violence against the government, Christians and the Muslim population of the regions where they are located in mid-2009.
         It rejects the modernism (and Western values) and is inspired by the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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