Friday, June 03, 2011

ஏசுவா அல்லாவா என்று அடித்துகொண்டதில் நைஜீரியாவில் 800 பேர் பலி

போகோ ஹராம் (அறிவியல் படிப்பு ஹராம்) என்ற இயக்கத்தை சேர்ந்த இஸ்லாமிய பயங்கரவாத கும்பல்தான் பல குண்டுவெடிப்புகளில் ஈடுபட்டு 800 பேர்களை கொன்றது என்று போகோ ஹராம் அமைப்பு அறிவித்துள்ளது.

குட்லுக் ஜானதன் என்ற கிறிஸ்துவர் நைஜீரியாவின் ஜனாதிபதி ஆகும் வாய்ப்பு உள்ளது. ஆகவே கிறிஸ்துவர் தங்களை ஆளக்கூடாது என்றும் இஸ்லாமிய பயங்க்ரவாதிகள் குண்டு வைத்து வருகிறார்கள்.

இந்த போகோ ஹராம் என்ற அமைப்பு குரான் ஹதீஸில் உள்ளதை அப்படியே நம்புகிறது

உலகம் தட்டை என்றும், பூமி சூரியனை சுற்றவில்லை சூரியன் தான் பூமியை சுற்றுகிறது என்றும் பள்ளிக்கூடங்களில் சொல்லித்தர வேண்டும் என்றும் போராடுகிறது.

இப்போது தமிழ்நாட்டு முஸ்லீம்கள் பூமிதான் சூரியனை சுற்றி வருகிறது என்று சொல்வதை நம்பாதீர்கள். இவர்கள் மெஜாரிட்டி ஆக ஆனதும், சூரியன் பூமியை சுற்றி வருகிறது பூமி தட்டை என்று நாம் படிக்க வேண்டும் என்று இந்த போகோ ஹராம் கும்பல் மாதிரி சொல்வார்கள். ஜாக்கிரதை

நாம் மறுத்தால், போகோ ஹராம் செய்வது மாதிரி குண்டுகள் மூலமாகத்தான் பேசுவார்கள். கோவை குண்டுவெடிப்பு ஞாபகம் இருக்கிறதா?

Nigeria attacks claimed by Islamist sect Boko Haram

There were three blasts at the Mamy market in the army barracks in Bauchi on Sunday Continue reading the main story
Nigeria - Troubled GiantMapping the divides
Anxiety over poll fallout
Jos: Neighbours are enemies
Maiduguri: City of fear
Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram has told the BBC it carried out the series of bombings after President Goodluck Jonathan's inauguration on Sunday.

The worst incident was at an army barracks in the northern city of Bauchi in which at least 14 people died.

A sect spokesman said it was also responsible for killing the brother of the Shehu of Borno, one of Nigeria's most important Islamic leaders.

The sect has been behind numerous recent assassinations in Borno state.

It is opposed to Western education and accuses Nigeria's government of being corrupted by Western ideas.

Clashes in Borno's state capital, Maiduguri, between the Boko Haram and the police in July 2009 left hundreds of people dead, mainly members of the sect.

For the past eight months, sect members have been fighting a guerrilla war in Borno, killing policemen and people they believe were helping the security services in the fight against them.

'Very loyal'

Sect spokesman Abu Zayd told the BBC's Hausa Service that serving members of the Nigerian army had been used to carry out the bombings in the Bauchi barracks on Sunday.

Continue reading the main story

Start Quote
These traditional institutions are being used to track and hunt us, that is why we attack them”
End Quote
Abu Zayd
Boko Haram spokesman

Maiduguri: Nigeria's city of fear
Some soldiers wanted to join the sect and had been used as a way of testing their loyalty to Boko Haram, he said.

But Nigerian army spokesman Brig-Gen Raphael Isa rejected the allegation.

"It is not correct. Let him publish the names of those pledging loyalty to Boko Haram," he told the BBC News website.

"This is not a banana republic. We are one army united and very very loyal," he said.

Mr Zayd said the sect was also behind the killing of Abba Anas Ibn Umar Garbai, who was killed by gunmen outside his home in Maiduguri on Monday evening.

''We are the ones responsible for the killing of the junior brother of the Shehu of Borno," he said.

The Shehu of Borno is one of Nigeria's most prominent religious figures - second only to the Sultan of Sokoto, the spiritual leader of Nigeria's Muslims.

"As we always say, these traditional institutions are being used to track and hunt us, that is why we attack them," Mr Zayd said.

"We are doing what we are doing to fight injustice, if they stop there satanic ways of doing things and the injustices, we would stop what we are doing.''

Officials say 16 people died in the explosions in Bauchi, Zuba, Zaria, hometown of Vice-President Namadi Sambo, and Maiduguri.

The first attack came only hours after President Jonathan was sworn in for his first full four-year term of office in the capital, Abuja.

Mr Jonathan was promoted from vice-president after northerner Umaru Yar'Adua died in office in 2010.

April's election was largely considered free and fair, but hundreds of people were killed in three days of rioting and reprisal killings in northern towns following the announcement of the result.

Mr Jonathan, a southerner, secured nearly 60% of the vote in the election. His main challenger, northern Muslim and former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, came a distant second with almost 32%.

Nigeria is divided by rivalry between the predominantly Muslim north and the mainly Christian south, which also have cultural, ethnic and linguistic differences.

Analysts say that Mr Jonathan will have to tackle this north-south rivalry and also the simmering tension in the oil-producing Niger Delta.

1 comment:

jaisankar jaganathan said...

சூரியன் தான் பூமிய சுத்துது. நீங்க சொல்லுறது எல்லாம் தப்பு.
இணைய இஸ்லாமியன்