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Exposed: Buhari’s Brutal Crackdown On Islamic Movement Is A Proxy War For Saudi Arabia – Saudi Crown Prince

It has been exposed that the Brutal massacre of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and the illogical continued detention of its leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky is at the instance of Saudi Arabia.

Expounding Prince Muhammad bin Salman’s Time magazine of America,

Dr Zayeed Al-Amri, a member of the Saudi Arabia National Strategic Planning and Development Agency,

said in an interview with the German world broadcaster, Deutsch Welle (DW) and featured in Hausa, that the crown Prince meant that in the last three years, ”

Saudi Arabia has successfully scuttled Iran’s influence in Yemen, Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan as it has shattered its attempt to establish the Hezbollah regime in Nigeria and prevent Ibrahim Zakzaky’s ‘coup’ in the country.”

The Crown Prince had told the US TIME, in the interview held on March 29, at New York City’s Plaza Hotel that Saudi Arabia had chased Iran out of Africa. “We drove them out of Africa heavily, more than 95 percent.”

With the clear mention of Sheikh Zakzaky and reference to the Zaria massacre of December 2015 as well as the continued detention of the Sheikh and the ongoing repressive crackdown on the Islamic Movement, it is obvious that President Buhari is fighting the Islamic Movement using a deadly proxy crackdown on Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and the Movement. The alleged blockade of the path of the Chief of Army Staff was stage managed as a good alibi, to make for the basis of the attack.

Listen to the interview here:

Also read the full transcript of the entire interview here:

Bin Salman: We break Iran’s power in Africa

An announcement on the announcement of Saudi Arabia’s president Mohammed bin Salman has continued to say that his country has succeeded in defeating the Iranian nation and its neighbors in Africa.

Saudi Arabia |  Kronprinz Mohamed bin Salman (picture alliance / dpa / Saudi Press Agency)
In an interview with the US Times newspaper with Saudi Arabia’s prime minister, Mohammed bin Salman said his country had taken control of the continent in order to reduce Iran’s influence on the continent, so far as to defeat the power of the country. Iran in Africa with around 95 percent.

Nigeria Demo für die Freilassung von Ibraheem Zakzaky (picture alliance / AP Photo / Sunday Alamba)

Muhammad Bin Salman said his country was the cause of the abduction of Ibrahim al-Zakzaky’s power in Nigeria

Dr Zayeed Al-Amri, a member of the Saudi Arabia National Strategic Planning and Development Agency, briefly commented on the policy of the governor, saying that “what the prince meant here is since he announced his plans to attack the enemy. Saudi Arabia has successfully assassinated Iran in Yemen, Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan as it has shattered its attempt to establish the Hezbollah regime in Nigeria and prevent Ibrahim Zakzaky as a coup in the country.Even so, some people think the Saudi Arabia is making a rash and insisting on its claim to break the power of the Iranian nation in Africa as soon as Bin Salman is still in the vicinity of the country. Africa’s investment in Africa has also declared a war on the spread of Islamic ideology, but Iran’s only efforts to intensify its efforts to consolidate African-American relations and to provide science and technology courses for African students now Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zareef arrived in Senegal on a trip to Africa.

 Mohammad Javad Zarif iranischer Außenminister (Getty Images / AFP / A.)

Iran’s foreign minister visits Africa is trying to partner with other African countries

That’s why Dr. Amani al-Taweel from the Al-Ahram Research Center in Egypt has expressed his concern for the two conflicts of violence in Africa in the region. Dr. al-Taweel said “in fact Saudi Arabia is nothing more inconvenient than spreading the ideology of the Holocaust in Africa than in securing trade and diplomatic relations to you”.It is interesting to note that as long as African countries do not share religious or political or diplomatic issues in Saudi Arabia and Iran, there is no doubt that the riot of the so-called religious leaders of the continent can lead to a great deal of hope in Africa. can be a source of ethnic conflicts and the challenges of poverty and disease.

Dr Zayeed Al-Amri, a member of the Saudi Arabia National Strategic Planning and Development Agency, briefly commented on the policy of the governor, saying that “what the prince meant here is since he announced his plans to attack the enemy. Saudi Arabia has successfully assassinated Iran in Yemen, Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan as it has shattered its attempt to establish the Hezbollah regime in Nigeria and prevent Ibrahim Zakzaky as a coup in the country.Even so, some people think the Saudi Arabia is making a rash and insisting on its claim to break the power of the Iranian nation in Africa as soon as Bin Salman is still in the vicinity of the country. Africa’s investment in Africa has also declared a war on the spread of Islamic ideology, but Iran’s only efforts to intensify its efforts to consolidate African-American relations and to provide science and technology courses for African students now Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zareef arrived in Senegal on a trip to Africa.

 Mohammad Javad Zarif iranischer Außenminister (Getty Images / AFP / A.)

Iran’s foreign minister visits Africa is trying to partner with other African countries

That’s why Dr. Amani al-Taweel from the Al-Ahram Research Center in Egypt has expressed his concern for the two conflicts of violence in Africa in the region. Dr. al-Taweel said “in fact Saudi Arabia is nothing more inconvenient than spreading the ideology of the Holocaust in Africa than in securing trade and diplomatic relations to you”.It is interesting to note that as long as African countries do not share religious or political or diplomatic issues in Saudi Arabia and Iran, there is no doubt that the riot of the so-called religious leaders of the continent can lead to a great deal of hope in Africa. can be a source of ethnic conflicts and the challenges of poverty and disease.

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