Thu. Jun 20th, 2024

Members of the terrorist organization “ISIS” killed 30 fishermen in a retaliatory operation against the Nigerian army in Borno State in northeastern Nigeria.

According to “Europe 1” Radio, ISIS fighters launched an attack on the islands of Borno State last Sunday and Monday, where they detained fishermen and then shot them.

Although there was no official statement issued by the Nigerian army about the attack, informed sources confirmed that this attack came as a response to the air strikes carried out by the army against “ISIS” camps in Nigeria, according to the radio.

The groups “Boko Haram” and “ISIS” in West Africa are known for launching frequent attacks on farmers, loggers, herders and hunters, whom they accuse of providing the army with information about their locations and movements.

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