Resort to suicide bombing sign of success of war on terror, says Hailemariam Desalegne

(borkena) Hailemariam Desalegne told press conference in Nigeria that resort to suicide bombing by terrorist is an omen of success of the war against terror, reported Nigerian Tribune.

Hailemariam was on a two day visit to Nigeria. He spoke at a joint press conference with Goodluck Jonathan in Abuja.

He is also said to have “observed that funding for terror organisations operating in Africa, such as Boko Haram in Nigeria and Al-Shabab in East Africa, come from outside the continent.” Read full story on Nigerian Tribune

One Response to "Resort to suicide bombing sign of success of war on terror, says Hailemariam Desalegne"

  1. Nat Turner   June 27, 2014 at 8:13 am

    Suicide bombing is not an indication that the so called war on terror is succeeding, but an indication that a covertly unified world force is fighting for the implementation of a worldwide Islamic system.
    Suicide bombing is useful to the terrorists because it instills total fear in their opponents who are supposed to believe that any so fearless are impossible to defeat.
    Despite the West being an apparent target of the Jihadists, the real focus of attack is against Africa and the rising BRICS nations, who all face the same threat of having their countries and economies split, ensuring their rise is halted and the West continues to maintain it’s world domination and control of vital resources such as oil.
    Although each conflict has it’s own particular regional flavor, the aim is always the same and it should be noted that there would be no worldwide Islamist threat had the west not created and funded Al Qaeda in the first place in it’s fight against the former Soviet Union.
    If Africa is not to return again to direct Western domination it must win the regional battle against terror but we need to be weary of the West and it’s “assistance” while bearing in mind this is a worldwide and multi decade struggle that we face.

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