According to the journalist, the nigerian Ahmad Salkida , an expert of the phenomenon of jihadist in Nigeria, the massacre happened on the day of Christmas. In the video, the terrorists say they still have two hostages. On 17 December, the same abbreviation had spread to another movie in which 13 of the hostages asking for the help of the nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari , and the Christian Association of Nigeria (Can). According to Salkida three of the 13 people appeared in the video are confession and the islamic.
ISWAP Executes Christian Captives on Christmas Day.— Ahmad Salkida (@A_Salkida) December 26, 2019
As the reveries and celebrations of Christmas wound up in Nigeria, the Islamic State of West Africa's Provinces, (ISWAP), released a video of its execution of 11 captives, most of whom are Christians. https://t.co/uJcrvAIcjG pic.twitter.com/n0QiQMzDaU
"we have Them killed to avenge the death of our leaders, including Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Abul Hasan Al Muhajir, in Iraq and Syria," often repeated by one of the terrorists who appeared in the movie. According to Salkida, the Iswap had opened a channel of negotiations with the government in Abuja, but the authorities have refused to deal with terrorists. The Iswap, which is derived from a demerger of the group jihadist nigerian Boko Haram, has sworn allegiance to the islamic State.
The Un Tuesday condemned the "growing practice on the part of armed groups set up checkpoints that target civilians" in the northeast of Nigeria. On Christmas eve, seven people were killed and a teenager was kidnapped in a raid, the responsibility for which has been attributed to Boko Haram, which has targeted a christian village near Chibok. Sunday had been killed instead of six soldiers from nigeria, always by members of the Iswap, in an attack on a military convoy; and the same day about thirty other jihadists from the same group had killed six people, rapendone other five, after having blocked a big road axis.
In 10 years the insurgency jihadist in Nigeria has spread to neighboring Niger, Chad and Cameroon, causing, according to the latest figures provided by the Un, in addition 36mila dead and two million displaced people only in Nigeria, and causing a major humanitarian crisis in the region.
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