Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Boko Haram member speaks with BBC

An anonymous member of the dreaded Boko haram sect spoke to Tobi Oladipo of BBC World radio ,opening up on their activities and the condition of the Chibok girls who were abducted on April 14. Contrary to reports by a serving senator that they are being shot and raped, he says they are all living well and would be released if the government releases their jailed members.

"Yes we want the Nigerian government to release our members. As our leader Abubakar Shekau promised to the media, if today the government releases our members, tomorrow or the next day we promise you can see all of them sure. We would release them tomorrow or the next day.I am telling you a fact, they are in a state of amnesty. They don't have a problem. Some of them have belief in Islam, some of them say they would not convert to Islam but we didn't differentiate them, we treat them equally.

They are healthy, feeding and all these. We didn't differentiate between them at all, why because, Allah commands us to do them equally. Some of them say they would not come back to Islam, we ask them to stay, no problem. There is no forcing in Islam but some of them not Muslims areconverting to Islam but we are not differentiating them. If you see them now, you would see they don't have any problem..

Under Islam, killing children and women is not accepted you understand, but if they are fighting you, then you must fight them but if they are not fighting you, then it is not accepted weather they are Muslims or non-Muslims. Do not fight them, it is not accepted but if you bomb somewhere or make arrest somewhere, it will affect them but killing children and women is not accepted"

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