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By News Express on 26/05/2013

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A radical Nigerian Muslim has condemned Wednesday’s slaughtering of a British soldier in London by two young Muslim converts of Nigerian parentage but claimed that Britain was only reaping what it sowed.

Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, both in their twenties, launched an unprovoked street attack on Lee Rigby on Wednesday afternoon in Woolwich, South East London, butchering him in a most heartless manner. They claimed to have done so in revenge for the killing of Muslims elsewhere across the world, including in Afghanistan.

Reacting to the outrageous incident, former militant leader Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo, Asari, who converted to Islam as an adult, said last night in a Facebook comment:

“The man who went to Libya to bomb the country into primitivity and gun democracy....the one who is funding the mass murder in Syria to give Palestinian Land,....and maintain the illegal presence of Europeans and sundry nationalities in Palestine nicknamed Jews....There should be balanced condemnation of these evils....What happened in London is totally totally out of Islam and humanity....So also what is happening in Syria, Palestine, Nigeria, etc....Actively engineered and funded by Britain. What you sow is what you get.”

•Photo shows Alhaji Dokubo.

Source News Express

Posted 26/05/2013 1:06:15 PM





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