Nigeria: Massive Deaths And Injuries Reported After “Religion Of Peace” Killers Attack Mosque For Resisting Terrorism
Yet again we have more body parts and chunks of flesh spreading the message of Islam as those still with legs to run are bathed in bullets, all because Boko Haram’s feelings were hurt by a few “corrupt” things being disseminated by the leader of Kano’s Grand Mosque. The mosque’s Emir had reportedly encouraged others to take up arms against Boko Haram’s purveyors of death and destruction. But any call to fight against terrorism was evidently akin to fighting against “Allah” and his messenger of misery. And for many unfortunate attendees, their own Qur’an had a thing or two to say about that …
Hadith, Bukhari 2977, “I have been made victorious with terror” – The “Prophet” Of Islam, Mohammed
Qur’an Sura 5:33a, “Surely the only recompense of the ones who war against Allah and His Messenger and diligently endeavor to do corruption in the earth, is that they should be all massacred or crucified, or that their hands and legs should be cut asunder alternately or that they should be exiled from the land …” [Or, in the 21st century, blown to bits and pieces]
Qur’an Sura 48:29, “Mohammed is [Allah’s] apostle. Those who follow him are ruthless to the unbelievers
but merciful to one another.”
Nigerian official Captain Ikechukwu Eze said the blasts occurred at the main mosque in Nigeria’s second-largest city, Kano.
Reuters also reported that gunmen opened fire on worshippers in the attack which analysts said bore the hallmarks of one carried out by Islamist militant group Boko Haram.
Hundreds had been gathering to listen to a sermon from the city’s chief imam and prayers had got under way at around 2pm, local time.
Witness Aminu Abdullahi said: ‘Two bombs exploded, one after the other, in the premises of the Grand Mosque seconds after the prayers had started.’
He said another bomb went off nearby, but reports on the actual number of blasts differed.
The mosque’s leader is the Emir of Kano, the second highest Islamic authority in the country. Reports also varied as to whether he was present at the time.
The Emir, who is also known as Muhammad Sanusi II, said last week at the mosque that people in the north of Nigeria should take up arms against Boko Haram.
The Islamist organisation has been fighting a guerilla war to bring about a hardline Islamic state since 2009.
Boko Haram was responsible for the kidnap of more than 200 teenage girls from a school in the northern town of Chibok in April this year.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in the country, more than 1.5 million Nigerians displaced by Boko Haram have been flocking to refugee camps across the country’s northeast, where facilities are overcrowded and there is a shortage of supplies.” Source – Sky News.