CIA and Mossad are behind Boko Haram and ISIL: Sudanese President Al-Bashir

2015-02-22 02:56:45 | Al Muslim News
CIA and Mossad are behind Boko Haram and ISIL: Sudanese President Al-Bashir


Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has claimed that American Secret agency CIA and Israel’s Mossad are backed extremist groups Boko Haram and ISIS. Sudanese President told that America’s CIA and Israel’s Mossad are maintaining connections with Boko Haram and ISIL. “I said CIA and the Mossad stand behind these organizations. There is no Muslim who would carry out such acts.” Al-Bashir warned that the fight against extremism must engage militants on an ideological level and debate, and not solely concentrate on military raid against them. Al-Bashir said in an interview after execution of Egyptian Copts. Recently ISIL released a tape purporting to show the execution of 21 Egyptian Copts (sect of Christians), an act that spurred Egypt into launching airstrikes against ISIL targets in neighboring Libya. “Our policy has been largely successful, after we arrest these young people, we brought a group of young scholars to engage in dialogue with them about their thoughts, and we succeed to bring a lot of them back from their radical ideas,” he said. Leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah also claimed the CIA and Israel's Mossad are behind the extremist group before Al-Bashir’s statement that there was a connection between the American and Israeli intelligence organizations and both extremist groups..

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