... At­tacks cleared doubt on ter­ror­ism – Sani

Daily Trust - - NEWS - By Is­mail Mu­dashir

Vice Chair­man of the Se­nate Com­mit­tee on For­eign Af­fairs, Sen­a­tor Shehu Sani (APC, Kaduna cen­tral) yes­ter­day con­demned the bomb­ings in the city of Me­d­ina, Saudi Ara­bia, say­ing it cleared doubts on global ter­ror­ism.

Sani in a state­ment said those who per­pe­trated the act were evil sa­tanic, un­godly and bar­baric.

“Ter­ror­ism rep­re­sents a com­mon dan­ger to hu­man­ity and the World. The bomb­ing in Saudi Ara­bia should spark the world to a new co­or­di­nated and con­certed ac­tion to com­bat the men­ace of ter­ror,” he said.

He added that the at­tack on holy places was the most de­struc­tive at­tack on the soul and con­science of hu­man­ity.

“Ter­ror­ism is sheer evil whose pro­po­nents claim to be guided by re­li­gion but ac­tu­ally guided by the op­po­site of it. Ter­ror­ists’ dis­re­spect for re­li­gious sites as well as for hu­man lives es­tab­lished their iden­tity as rov­ing, blood thirsty lu­natics on an evil mis­sion to ex­ter­mi­nate and an­ni­hi­late hu­man­ity,” he said.

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