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Militant video claims Tunisia assassinations
Cat : Terrorism
Date : 18/12/2014                      Reader : 77

H.D.A : Those ISIS militants who killed two political figures in Tunisia,have been infiltrated in Tunis by CIA,to spoil reputation of Islamic party of  Al-Nahdha!!Terrorism  in Muslim world is industralised by the West in name of Islam like ISIS,Qaeda,Al-Nusra,Ansar Al-Sharea,etc. which are mostly manipulated by US/Israel!!


lasvegassun       18-12-2014


Militant video claims Tunisia assassinations


TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — A new video has surfaced claiming responsibility for the 2013 assassinations of two Tunisian politicians in the name of the Islamic State group.

The video features four armed, bearded men, including one identified last year as Boubakr Hakim by the Interior Ministry who said he at the time was involved with the assassinations.

The video appeared online late Wednesday and showed the black flag of the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq. One of the men pledges allegiance to the group.

Tunisia's radicals had previously been linked to al-Qaida.

The men claim responsibility for the assassinations and promise more attacks if Islamic law isn't instituted in Tunisia.

Islamic extremists in Tunisia have carried out a string of attacks against security forces in the past two years.

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