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Sunday, 19 April 2015

XENOPHOBIA ATTACKS: -- Boko Haram Gives South Africa 24 Hours To Stop Xenophobia Attack

Boko Haram has released a tape stating that they are giving South African government 24 hours within which to make the Xenophobic attacks come to an end. If South African government does not contain the situation they will execute all South Africans living in Nigeria, Chad, Niger and other surrounding countries, even the South African Embassies in the African countries. Prior to 1994 immigrants from elsewhere in Africa faced discrimination and even violence in South Africa, though much of that risk stemmed from the institutionalised racism of the time due to apartheid. After democratisation in 1994, contrary to expectations, the incidence of xenophobia increased. Between 2000 and March 2008 at least 67 people died in what were identified as xenophobic attacks. In May 2008 a series of riots left 62 people dead; although 21 of those killed were South African citizens. The attacks were apparently motivated by xenophobia.

Up to 5,000 people are marching in South Africa's coastal city of Durban in a major rally against xenophobia following attacks on foreigners.
President Jacob Zuma has condemned the attacks, in which at least five people have died in recent weeks, as "shocking and unacceptable".
The Zulu king has been accused of fuelling the violence. He denies this.
Many jobless South Africans accuse foreigners of taking jobs in a country where the unemployment rate is 24%.
"No amount of frustration or anger can justify the attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of their shops," President Zuma told parliament on Thursday. He also urged for calm to be restored to the areas most impacted by violence.

Credits: mzansidaily.co.za, BBC.co.uk & WikiPedia.

(EDITED by: ENDY EDESON)

Headlines Edited by: ENDY EDESON.

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FACEBOOK COMMENTS
Ameh Godwin Ameh and 2 others like this.

Kpenose Toju

well, if twill take boko haram 2 stop d attacks from south africans... dey hav my blessings on dis 1, let BH be positive @list once

Gilbert Igweka Nwanorim

As per which level...who wants their roting intervention. Let them go and face their warrant at Sambisa forest,Gwoza and environs...clueless sheep!

Jam Richard

very good i comment BH for this. i urge them to blast DSTV, MTN, and SA state house in Nigeria. kill any SA citizen at sight. Carry on BH

Olajide Young Johnson

Go Ahead Boyz

Eze Solomon Emeka

Two wrongs don't make a right, it will only increase the crisis, let bokoharam go and challenge Isis and Houthi, what makes the southafricans different from bokoharam? I guess bokoharam is working for somebody.
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Ese Emma

...and after that?

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