ISSUE OF MALI(Dr. Ahmad Abubakar Mahmud Gumi)


Brothers and Sisters, fellow
Nigerians, No human has the
monopoly of sentiments or
emotional outburst, therefore
whoever abuses me for not
understanding me I have forgiven
it. I hold no qualms against
anybody. My only concern is over
the Evil people that kill innocent
people for prejudice, malice,
religious sentiments and share
malevolence.
In this categories of people are
Maj. Nzeogwu & co who
assassinated the premier
Sardauna the main target of the
1966 coup. Others argue that some
Christians also were killed, yes, but
they were also killed by Christians
too. The common denominator is
that all these murderers that kill
innocent people are Christians.
What I am saying is that among the
Christian are Evil people that kill
people. These evil killers can also
be imbedded in our security
apparatus. In fact they are more
dangerous that the true boko
haram who are mainly peasants,
poor and untactful. However these
are highly trained individuals that
can manipulate, strategize,
camouflage and coordinate their
terror in such a way that they
cannot be recognized. They are
also the Dimkas and most recently
the Azazis and many more still
active in service.
So today if there is any terror
attack, depending on the
magnitude, the coordination and
sophistication in its execution and
target selection, you can see the
finger print of these agents of evil.
The draconian military occupation
of the Muslim northern regions is a
clear sign of such a plan. The Mali
intervention is also not far from the
plan. Why sending troops to Mali
when our borders are porous?
Spending millions that could
benefit educational, heath and
agricultural sectors that are
starving. Youth unemployment that
is declared by an ex-president as
very volatile. We negotiated peace
between the warring Sudanese
factions until they decided to divide
in a plebiscite, why not also in
Mali? Is it not ‘what is good for the
goose is also good for the
gander’?.
Nigerian involvement is Mali
against the northern tawarik , is
taking sides based on foreign
colonial interest, and the hate of
Islamists forming a government in
the region. The difference between
Islamist and Terrorist is that the
former are fighters that are seeking
independence and the rule of
Islamic law through legal and
accepted norms. Part of it breaking
away from a country which there is
anarchy or dictatorship. The army
took power in Mali, and a section of
the country wanted to break way.
They usually bring religion for two
reasons, one to mobilize fighters
since a mujahid fights fearlessly,
and secondly attract the sympathy
of other Muslims. While terrorist,
kill anybody Muslim or non-Muslim
that does not concur to their
ideology. Such ‘Islamic terrorism’ is
condemned in unequivocal terms
in the hadith of the prophet –
alaihis Salam- and the Muslim
leaders and scholars were the first
victims of their evil.
It is known fact that Christians in
Nigeria are anti-Islam in everything
even if it is beneficial to all. That
explains the clamor against OIC
membership at a time when we
have representatives in the
Vatican. That was where the
clamor against Sharia law which
has nothing to do with Christians.
The Sharia checks crimes
effectively yet, the Christians clergy
prefer a state of lewdness, robbery,
adultery, alcoholism than otherwise
if such crimes can only be stopped
by Islam. The prefer a harlot than a
woman wearing hijab or niqab.
If therefore, the Christian
leadership of Nigeria is plunging us
into Mali for this same reason of
hatred and prejudice against
Islamist, this is the warning they
should heed to, because Islam is
unconquerable. But if they want
peace to reign then we should not
take sides but be peace
negotiators.
Imagine, Nigerian troops killing
touareg in their own country, what
moral ground do we have when
later they influx into our country
and cause havoc?
May Allah guide us all and protect
us from all evil

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