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Trouble brewing in Nigeria?

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Ami, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. Ami

    Ami JF-Expert Member

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    An explosion has rocked northeastern Nigeria, taking place near a mosque in the city of Maiduguri.
    Details of casualties from the blast on Friday were not immediately available, although AFP news agency has reported that at least four people were killed.
    "There was a loud blast near the mosque just after the Friday prayers as people were trooping out of the mosque," one resident told the AFP.
    "Everybody scampered to safety, leading to a stampede."
    There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast.
    The explosion follows a series of recent attacks by the anti-government group Boko Haram, including a Christmas Day church bombing that killed at least 35 people.
    ............................................ALJAZEERA...................
    Picha inaonesha kuwa wakristo huko Nigeria wameanza kulipiza kisasi kwa kuripua misikiti.
    Wakristo na waislamu,mashia na masuni,waafrika na waarabu kote duniani angalieni sana mujue nani anayewauwa.
     
  2. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    una uhakika kuwa ni wakristo? Na misikiti inayolipuliwa huko iraki na pakistani ni wakrristo pia? Mkristo ataingiaje kwenye misikiti?
     
  3. Ibrah

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    Tujue hivi; hasa kwa dini za wenzetu ambao wanapenda kuwatisha wa dini nyingine kwa maneno ati tuko wengi (uchochezi na kujiaminisha kwa uongo), kuwa vita vya kidini ni hatari kuliko vya kikabila, vita ya kikabila ndugu hawauani lakini vita vya dini ndugu wanachinjana.
     
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    Boko Haram Wameamua kulipua na Misikiti.
     
  5. Ami

    Ami JF-Expert Member

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    Ha! na waislamu nao wanakwenda kufanya nini makanisani?.
     
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    ngoshwe JF-Expert Member

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    [TD]At least three blasts reported near mosque in northeastern city, and gunmen shot dead three people in separate incident.

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    Three explosions struck the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri shortly after Muslim prayers, but caused no casualties, the military said, and gunmen shot dead three members of a cleric's family dead in a separate incident.
    Maiduguri lies at the epicentre of a low level insurgency by Islamist group Boko Haram, which has been blamed for waves of bombings and shootings, including a Christmas Day bomb at a Catholic church that killed at least 37 people.
    All of the Maiduguri bombs on Friday struck near a market areas in different parts of the city, military spokesman for
    Maiduguri Mohammed Hassan said by telephone, denying reports that one of them struck near a mosque.
    "There was a loud blast near the mosque just after the Friday prayers as people were trooping out of the mosque," one resident told the AFP.
    "Everybody scampered to safety, leading to a stampede."
    Gunmen stormed the family of a junior Muslim cleric behind Maiduguri's Railway Quarters and shot dead his family.
    "The Boko Haram sect members came this morning looking for Modu but as he had already gone out they opened fire on members of his family killing three of them," witness Baba Lawan said.
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  7. Duduwasha

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    Hii Kitu ikiwa inaenda Sawa Heshima hushika Mkondo Wake...
     
  8. Ami

    Ami JF-Expert Member

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    Umezungumza kimafumbo zaidi.Tafadhali fafanua.
     
  9. Ehud

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    Hadi sasa serikali ya Nigeria imesema wahusika ni Boko Haram. Inaonekana sasa wanaitamani damu ya Waislam wenzao.
     
  10. tz1

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    Mkuki kwa nguruwe, kwa binadamu mchungu.
    Lets roll on.
     
  11. Askari Kanzu

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    Athari za udini barani Africa
    We Will Kill Again, Says Boko Haram

    December 30, 2011 4:46 PM

    Boko Haram yesterday reacted formally to the barrage of condemnations against its Christmas Day bombing, insisting that what it did was correct and vowed to carry out more attacks.

    The Islamic sect, whose actual name is Jama’atu Ahlissunnah Lidda’awati Wal Jihad, confirmed in a statement issued by its leader Imam Abu-Muhammad Abubakar bin Muhammad Shekau that it was responsible for the December 25 bombing of a church in Madalla, a suburb of Abuja, in which at least 37 people were killed.

    Shekau said in the statement written in the Hausa language and e-mailed to media houses by the group’s spokesman Abul Qaqa: “I am informing all Nigerians and the rest of the world that there is no doubt that we committed that act and God’s willing we will carry out further attacks.”

    He revealed that the attacks are meant to avenge the “mass killing of Muslims carried out by Christians with the connivance of government” in northern towns like Kaduna, Zonkwa, Langtang, Yelwan Shendam, Jos, Tafawa-Balewa, and Numan, as well as in Shagamu and Ikoyi, Lagos in the south. The latest of such killings, according to the group, took place a few months ago on Eid el-Fitr Day in Jos, the Plateau state capital, during which non-Muslims cannibalised the burnt corpses of victims.

    “We swear by Allah that we will avenge any form of injustice committed, being committed or to be committed against Muslims. This is just the beginning,” Shekau vowed.

    The group also questioned the stance taken by Muslim leaders and traditional rulers who condemned the Christmas Day killings, saying they have no right to decide what Islam preaches on the responsibility of Muslim activists.

    According to it, “the so-called Muslim leaders” should know that God, in the Qur’an (2:194) urges Muslims to avenge any transgression committed against them by non-Muslims. It also referred the Sultan of Sokoto, whom it derisively called “Emir of Sokoto,” to Qur’anic chapters and verses 2:190-194; 9::36, and 22:39-41, as well as the 134th Tradition in Sahih Muslim on the concept of jihad or holy war.

    Shekau challenged the Muslim leaders to tell Nigerians why they did not condemn the Eid el-Fitr Day killings in Jos, which was documented on video, as well as the alternative way of avenging the killings since they found the Boko Haram way unacceptable.

    The militant leader also denied the insinuations allegedly made in some quarters that a former minister of information, Prof. Jerry Gana, and secretary-general of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the 19 Northern States and Abuja, Elder Sa’idu Dogo, were sponsors of the group, asking rhetorically, “Is this, then, the job they sponsored us to carry out?”

    Source: BluePrint Magazine

    Yasije yakatufika!
     
  12. M

    Mzee2000 JF-Expert Member

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    Islam,

    An unmitigated cultural disaster?
     
  13. Askari Kanzu

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    A coin has two sides!
     
  14. TIMING

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    we cany gereralized that... Its boko haram and not islam
     
  15. Ami

    Ami JF-Expert Member

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    Waislamu wanauwa wakristo halafu wanauwa waislamu wenzao.Haiwezekani!.
    Hili jambo lote ni uongo.Asili ya tatizo ni juhudi za mabeberu kutaka kuzima madai ya wanaijeria kuhusiana na kutofaidika kwao na mafuta yanayozalishwa nchini humo.Kwa kuwachonganisha wakristo na waislamu hutosikia tena sauti za kuyataka makampuni ya mafuta kusitisha unyonyaji wao na kuwacha kuchafua mazingira.
     
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    Funge JF-Expert Member

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    Chakula kikuu cha Jini Kiongozi ni damu na nyama ya watu. Wafuasi wake wanaua watu wasio na hatia ili kumtolea mungu wao sadaka. Kweli yeye yupo kwa ajili ya kuua, kuchinja na kuharibu.
     
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    Haya ni matatizo ya kisiasa ya Nigeria. Dini inatumiwa kama a 'unifying cry'. Kwa kweli hakuna dini yeyote, labda ile ya kuabudu shetani, inayompa ruhusa muumini wake kwenda kuanzisha uchokozi na kuuwa. Uislamu unampa ruhusa mtu kulipiza kisasi. Nasikia Ukristo hautoi hata ruhusa hiyo. Binafsi, nachukulia waliyofanya viongozi wa Marekani tangu 9/11 kuwa ni kinyume cha mfunzo ya Ukristo.
    Inapokuja katika maamuzi ya vita na shari, tujiepushe na ku-generalize. Msingi mkubwa wa ujio wa dini ni kuleta amani. Lakini kutokana na mapungufu ya binadamu hufasiri vitu kinyume na lengo. Hii imetokea katika dini zote. Na hakuna dini iliyotumiwa kusababisha vita na maauaji zaidi katika historia kama Ukristo. (soma vizuri historia)
    Binadamu mtu wa ajabu sana. Angalia Umoja wa Mataifa ulioanzishwa mara baadaa ya vita ya pili ya dunia kwa madhumuni ya kuzuia vita isitokee kabisa duniani (kwamba migogoro yotee itatuliwe kwa mazungumzo).....leo wanautumia kwa kutoa maamuzi ya kuanzisha vita!
     
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