Excerpted from JihadWatch.Org – “If we ask our victim, ‘Will you become a Muslim or not’ and he or she refuses, we will slaughter him like a goat.”
“True Confession: Our agenda is to wipe out Christians from the North – Boko Haram fugitive,” from the Daily Post
At first sight, one would mistake him for a perfect gentle man. He wears an innocent face that would make you open your arms for a warm embrace.
But a close look at 27-year-old Nasir Isiaku, you will see a clear picture of a woof in sheep clothing, nay, a green snake under a green grass.
Like the Biblical old Saul, he hates Christianity with passion and he’s proud of it.
Ask him and he bluntly tells you, “If we ask our victim, ‘Will you become a Muslim or not and he or she refuses, we will slaughter him like a goat…” He talked of himself as an Islamic warrior who take delight in chopping off people’s head with a stroke of his dagger.
However, Isiaku had a Saul to Paul encounter and his life changed.
Narrating his life as the second-in-command of a terrorist group that wages war against non-Muslims in the north, Isiaku, a native of Gusau in Zamfara State said, while still in the group, he decimated hundreds of Christians for refusing to accept Islam.
The group, which he identified as Shitte, has the same ideology with the Boko Haram sect – continuous opposition to Christianity.
Hear him, “Our own group is called Shitte but we have the same agenda with the Boko Haram sect. You people have only been hearing of Boko Haram, but there are other deadly Islamic groups who are also part of Boko Haram sect,” he said, adding: “Whenever we heard that any of the sects were fighting Christians, we would always join them,”
Isiaku, while confessing his evil deeds to a gathering of Christians recently opened up on how he renounced what he called “the cult” where he drank his victims’ blood so their ghosts would not haunt him in dreams.
DailyPost brings you the excerpts of the shocking confession as told by Isiaka raw and uncut:
“I joined the Bafarawa Arabic Islamic Centre in 2010 and they were teaching us Arabic language. Every year, we take about 20 people to Iran for special training because our zonal headquarters is in Iran. Our own group is called Shitte but we have the same agenda with the Boko Haram sect. You people have only been hearing of Boko Haram, but there are other deadly Islamic groups that are also part of Boko Haram sect. I can count up to six of them that I’m very much aware of. Whenever we heard that any of the sects was fighting Christians, we always joined them. My own group has been an Islamic movement for a long time, even before I was born. It reigned in the north during the Abacha military regime and it has many branches in the north. We are in major northern states such as Kastina, Kaduna, Zamfara, Kano, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Zaria among others.
Sometimes, when we want to wreak havoc on Christians, we hire our own bus because we have our own weapons, which we use against the Christians. We usually join the Boko Haram sect whenever they wanted to fight the Christians or the soldiers because we usually hear that soldiers kill our Boko Haram brothers in Maiduguri, Yobe and Potiskum.
I used to be one of the most trusted hands in the group because I was a very obedient and loyal follower. I had my own secret office where I received delegates from our sponsors whenever our leader wasn’t around and where I attend to the needs of any of our members.
This is why I didn’t participate in many of our attacks against the Christians or the soldiers because I used to take care of the home front. Our leaders usually psyched us up, they brainwashed us to fight against Christians because they are enemies of Allah. They taught us that the more Christians we were able to kill, the more our chances of entering Alijonan (heaven).
Many of our trainings hold in the night, around 10pm. There is a bush around the school where we usually go for trainings.
Some aspects of the training we receive are not ordinary; we used to drink what one could call spiritual water because it is not ordinary water. We also used to receive strange visitors who were not equally ordinary humans. We receive the visitors in a strange way, our leaders used to summon them: they used to instruct us to recite some passages in the Quran and whenever we do that, the visitors would appear to us during those unholy hours. They could come in three or four. They appeared like humans but they are not humans. We know they are not humans. They usually fortify us with charms for the task before us. They used to instruct us to be strong and fight.
Our leaders also used to render a lot of assistance to support our cause. They bring a lot of money in a pick up van and asked us to use the money to buy guns. Many of our supplies come from the zonal headquarters and sometimes, there is a popular Bayelsa man who is, though a Christian, supporting our cause in cash and kind. I can’t remember his name now. The Bayelsa man gave us money and also supplied us with weapons for the mission. Keep Reading