Sunnis, Sufis, Christians and Shias facing carnage at the hands of the Salafi/Wahabi Boko Haram


From Indonesia to Nigeria, there is a widespread trend to kill the Shias, Sufi, Sunnis, and Christians. Th latest in the series of wholesale assassinations carried out by the Wahabis and Deobandis is attack on the central mosque of Kano in Nigeria where two suicide bombers blew themselves up. When the worshipers ran out of the mosque to save their lives, five Wahabi assassins waiting outside opened fire on them. So far, over 100 worshipers have been killed and scores injured, many of them seriously. The only glue which binds the Wahabis of the Arab world and the Deobandis of the non-Arab Muslims is the Takfiri ideology, which apostatizes everyone who does not subscribe to Wahabism or Deobandism. In Iraq and Syrian, these Takfiris operate under the guise of al-Nusra and Daish. No country has so far thought acted against them despite routine condemnation. If the world is serious about the ever-expanding threat of Takfiri Islam, it will have to start by taking on Saudi Arabia which supports and finances these religious assassins. If this does not happen, innocent people will continue to be killed.

Kano“Sunnis, Sufis, Christians and Shias facing carnage at the hands of the Salafi/Wahabi Boko Haram”

Wahhabi Salafi terrorists of Boko Haram massacre at least 64 Sunni Sufi Muslims in Kano Nigeria

Congratulations to Deobandi and other takfiri khawarij.
KANO, Nigeria, Nov 28 – At least 64 people were killed and 126 injured when two bombs exploded during prayers at a mosque of one of Nigeria’s top Islamic leaders Friday, a week after he issued a call to arms against Boko Haram.

The blasts happened at the Grand Mosque in Kano, the biggest city in the Muslim north of the country, just as Friday prayers had got under way at about 2pm (1300 GMT). The mosque is attached to the palace of the Emir of Kano Muhammad Sanusi II, Nigeria’s second most senior Muslim cleric.

The blasts came after a bomb attack was foiled against a mosque in the northeastern city of Maiduguri on Friday morning, five days after two female suicide bombers killed over 45 people in the city.
Two bombs exploded, one after the other, in the premises of the Grand Mosque seconds after the prayers had started. A third one went off in a nearby road close to the Qadiriyya Sufi order.
From Nigeria to Libya and Syria to Pakistan, Wahhabi and Deobani terrorists continue to massacre peaceful Sunni Sufi and Shia Muslims along with non-Muslim comunities including Christians, Yezidis etc.
A senior rescue official said 64 bodies had been brought to just one Kano area hospital, while 126 people had been admitted with injuries at three facilities. “Those figures are going to climb,” he told AFP on condition of anonymity, as he was not authorised to speak to the media.

The Emir of Kano last week told worshippers at the same mosque that northerners should take up arms against Wahhabi Salafi terrorists of Boko Haram, which has been fighting for a hardline Islamic state since 2009. He also cast doubt on Nigerian troops’ ability to protect civilians and end the insurgency, in rare public comments by a cleric on political and military affairs.
Boko Haram has repeatedly attacked Kano before. On November 14, a suicide bomb attack at a petrol station killed six people, including three police.

On Ashura this year, scores of Shia muslim mourners were massacred by Boko Haram.

The Islamists have a record of attacking prominent clerics and in July 2012, a suicide bomber killed five people leaving Friday prayers at the home of the Shehu of Borno in the northeast city of Maiduguri.
The Shehu is Nigeria’s number three Islamic leader.
Boko Haram threatened Sanusi’s predecessor and the Sultan of Sokoto for allegedly betraying the faith by submitting to the authority of the secular government in Abuja.

In early 2013, the convoy of Sanusi’s predecessor was also attacked.
Nigeria is the home of the Izala Society, a Salafi Wahhabi organization established in 1978 “in reaction to the Sufi brotherhoods”,specifically the Qadiri and Tijan Sufi orders.

Nigeria: Qadiriyya Sect to Build Islamic Centre in Abuja
By Mohammed S. Shehu

Vice President Mohammed Namadi Sambo has called on the Qadirriya Islamic Sect to use their newly acquired plot of land in Abuja to build an Islamic centre to facilitate research and propagation of Islam. The Vice President made the call yesterday when leaders of the group visited his office to thank him for assisting the group to secure a piece of land in Abuja which they have sought after for many years.

Sambo, who traced the historical background of the project right from Kano, noted the need for the group to utilise the land to actualise the vision of their late leader, Sheikh Nasiru Muhammad Kabara, who died in 1996.

Kano, Nigeria (CNN) — At least 120 people were killed and 270 others wounded on Friday when two suicide bombers blew themselves up and gunmen opened fire on a Muslim congregation at Friday prayers in the central mosque in northern Nigeria’s largest city of Kano, a rescue official said.

The official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the toll could rise, as some of the wounded were in critical condition and may not survive.

A third bomb exploded outside the mosque among a crowd of worshipers.

The attacks come two weeks after the emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, one of Nigeria’s most influential monarchs, called for self-defense, urging people to procure arms and fight Islamist militant group Boko Haram‎, which has a significant presence in the area.

On the other hand is the Izala Society. The Izala Society is the mother of Boko Haram just as Deobandi Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (ASWJ) is the mother of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ)


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