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Monday, 14 December 2015

Iran Warns Nigeria Govt Over killing of unarmed Shiites.

Iran Warns Nigeria Govt Over killing of unarmed Shiites.

The Iranian government has called on Nigerian authorities to respect Shiites people, religious figures and sites. The Islamist State made this remark following last Saturday’s violent clash between the Nigerian Army and members of the Muslim sect, Shiite, in Zaria, Kaduna State.

“Nigeria is now dealing with problems arising from extremism and Takfiri terrorism and we hope that in these conditions preservation of calm and national unity in battling terrorism is prioritized while rash and unconstructive measures are avoided,” IRNA quoted Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaber-Ansari as saying on Sunday.

Jaber-Ansari expressed sorrow over the recent bloody clashes, which broke out between Muslim worshipers and government troops, Weekend.

Nigerian forces raided the home of the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and arrested him after reportedly killing several of those protecting him including one of the group’s senior leaders, its spokesman, son and wife.

Since El-Zakzaky was arrested by the Nigerian troops, his fate has remained unknown.

However, since Saturday’s violent clash, there has been war of words between the Nigerian Army and the sect, over who instigated the clash that led to the dead of members of the movement.

3 comments

  1. BIAFRA PEACEFUL PROTESTERS WERE KILLED AND MASSACRED BY NIGERIA ARMY,NAY AND POLICE ,YET NO ONE SAID ANY THING! JUST FOR ONCE THEY ARE DEMONSTRATING AND CONDEMNING IT! GOD IS WATCHING! BUT THAT SHOWS HOW BACKWARD NIGERIA IS!LACK OF CIVILITY! DOES IT NOT CORROBORATE WITH BIAFRA CRIES AND CALLS TO THE WORLD ABOUT OUR PEOPLE BEING EXTERMINATED by nigeria government!

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  2. they will continue killing them self,nigeria need to be divided..

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