Ibrahim Maqari, the Imam of Abuja’s National Mosque, has defended the savage murder of Deborah Samuel, a Christian female student, accusing her of breaking the Islamic faith’s red lines.
While absolving the culprits, Mr Maqari cautioned that anyone who broke the religion’s red lines would face severe repercussions, and that such behavior would not be tolerated.
“It should be known to everyone that Muslims have some red lines which MUST NOT be crossed.
“The dignity of the Prophet (PBUH) is at the forefront of the red lines.
“ If our grievances are not properly addressed, then we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves,” said a statement posted on the Imam’s Twitter account.
A Sokoto Government aide, Anas Mohammad Sani, also stated that more Christians in Nigeria will be killed, if they say things considered to be disrespectful to their revered Prophet Muhammad, People’s Gazette reports.
He cautioned, “Muslims don’t take insults against beloved Prophet Muhammed in whatever form.”
He added that Deborah was killed because of her reckless comments regarding the Islamic faith.
While justifying the horrific death of Deborah, Sani stated that, “The earlier our Christian brothers and sisters understand this, the better for all of us.
“May the recklessness
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