It behooves the more sophisticated political leaders of Islamic states to promote the idea that they oppose groups such as al- Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS) and Boko Haram (a faction of which pledged allegiance to ISIS), but in many cases there are well-documented connections. All subscribe to the Islamic fiqh that sanctions both violent jihad and stealth jihad in furthering the goal of the conquest of infidels. And now:
The Nigerian government is “aiding and abetting” the deadly Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram by releasing captured militants who have “repented”.
According to human rights activist Stephen Enada, the Nigerian government appears to be “paying lip service to the terrorist group.” The Nigerian government is stealthily aiding the jihadist group while putting on a show for those who prefer to believe the propaganda of Islamic supremacists.