The Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) have executed 11 captives.
Ahmad Salkida, a journalist famend for his monitoring of terrorism actions, reported the killings on Thursday.
According to Salkida, “The terrorist group claimed that they spared the lives of two individuals that appeared within the earlier video, however didn’t give their names.
“however, a cautious evaluation of the video revealed that Suwaiba Kashimu from Nasarawa state, and one different male, have been apparently not amongst these killed on Christmas.
“If that is the case, not all 11 of the victims are Christians as claimed by the group, there have been three Muslims and 10 Christians that appeared within the seize video on the seventeenth December.
“ISWAP, however gave two reasons for the executions, “we killed them as a revenge for the killings of our leaders, including Abu bakr al-Baghdadi and Abul-Hasan Al-Muhajir in Iraq and Syria,” mentioned a member of the group’s media unit.
“The decision to execute the captives was rather swift, abrupt and shocking. ISWAP had reportedly opened a window of negotiations ostensibly to exchange the freedom of the captives with those of its members in government custody but the Nigerian government failed to take the offer.”
Last Sunday, Boko Haram, at Burimari village between Monguno and Gajiram, mounted a street block the place they killed and kidnapped some civilians.
An analogous assault occurred on the Babbangida-Gashua-Damaturu axis when suspected fighters of the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) tried to infiltrate Damaturu, Yobe.
The video under exhibits the victims as they begged for his or her lives earlier within the month.
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