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Sunday, 19 August 2018

Ghana boy caught at Gomoa cemetery exhuming skull, bones and human parts.

             
The activities of fraudsters in Ghana has increased lately with the infusion of Nigerian fraudsters migrating to Ghana to practice their illegal act.

A 23-year-old Sakawa boy, Samuel Dzamesi, who had in his possession human skull and parts exhumed from Gomoa cemetery has been arrested by the Awutu Breku District Police Command at Gomoa Fetteh Kakraba on Saturday 18th August 2018.

According to the report by Bryt FM, the suspect was arrested by Rashid Wahilu with the help of Isaac Baiden, who are caretakers at the cemetery.

Confirming the incident, Rashid Wahilu said the suspect was caught with a brown bag coming out of the cemetery and upon questioning, he confessed to digging one of the tombs for the human parts.

“I and my brother, Baiden are mandated to man the cemetery to check any unforeseen acts so we were on our daily chore when I saw the guy (suspect). After asking what he was doing at the cemetery, he openly confessed of digging for human skull and wrist” Rashid said.

The District Police Commander for Gomoa, DSP Johnson Jessey said police have begun an investigation into the matter but however, the suspect is alleged to have mental issues.



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Buhari’s kinsmen pressurising President to reinstate sacked DSS boss — Junaid Mohamme.

   

A federal lawmaker in the Second Republic, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, says that the handling of the current crisis in the National Assembly will determine the fate of the country’s democracy

What do you make of the invasion of the National Assembly by operatives of the Department of State Services?

From what we have heard so far, the Director-General of the State Security Services who was at the centre of it all hasn’t confirmed his loyalty either to the President, Acting President, or for that matter, to the Senate and other institutions of governance in this country. There are suggestions out there that he is acting in cahoots with Bukola Saraki. Well in Nigeria, nothing could be too surprising because there are quite a number of double agents in virtually every branch of government, in every ministry and every department and these are people who are for sale or have their own ambitions to service and they don’t care about the national interest. One has to be very careful about evaluating what actually happened, what was supposed to happen and what didn’t happen. While there was noise about locking down the Senate, there were people within and they were senators. Is it being suggested that these people went in and said lock us in? The question is, if there was an intention to lock everybody out, how come some people found their ways in and sat there? The story making the rounds is that some people decided they would come early in order to be part of the agenda of what they were going to do that morning.

Whatever the theory being peddled about the incident what does it portend for our democracy?

What happened was very unfortunate and whichever side you want to blame or give credit to, it has really reduced our country, our democracy to that of a banana republic and the fact that since the event happened, there has been no statement-except the one which came from the office of the Acting President, denying any involvement in what happened. Now, this Lawan Daura has been arrested and all the noise about searches being conducted in his house or houses either in Abuja or other places. What happened or did not happen to him is a story for another day. As far as I am concerned, the event itself has been a great disservice to this country and as I said, it has reduced us to the place of a banana republic which is very, very unfortunate. This democracy has cost us so much in terms of money, in terms of labour, in terms of political argumentation for it to be seen to be threatened this way by a gangster and a few of his service men holding huge Israeli guns, it is really unfortunate and it speaks volumes about the kind of government we are running and the kind of leadership we have. Since the event happened and the dismissal and arrest of Lawan Daura there has been no statement from Buhari himself, only guess work. There is also the spin that what (Yemi) Osinbajo did; he did it with the knowledge and blessings of Buhari.

There is an ethnic attempt by those who are related to Buhari, who are from Daura, who must be related to Lawan Daura, who now want to travel to the United Kingdom to ask Buhari to reverse himself and virtually bring back Lawan Daura and then sack the National Security Adviser who was supposed to be Lawan Daura’s boss but who he never respected and who he was not even in speaking terms with.

You can see that the whole thing now is becoming a typical Nigerian football game where everybody kicks it the way he likes. It is very unfortunate and it is more or less heading towards a climax of the kind of Presidency we chose for ourselves in 2015 and the kind of situation Nigeria now finds itself. It speaks volumes about the incompetence and the irresponsibility of this Presidency, the ruling party and the main opposition party and all seems to be a bloody mess.  If you recall, like I told you before the elections and thereafter, that there is no difference between the ruling All Progressives Congress and the opposition, Peoples Democratic Party, which are in fact two sides of the same coin. This is now becoming absolutely clear. This kind of two-party system and close to one hundred others calling themselves political parties being registered by the Independent National Electoral Commission, will not serve our democracy well. We, as Nigerians, will have to start thinking about a way out. I have had occasions to talk to people in the media to say look, since this Saraki fellow sneaked into the Senate under the cover of darkness to cut a deal with the PDP, the Senate has known no peace. When you undermine the Senate, you essentially undermine the two chambers of the National Assembly. Why is it that every time anything concerns Bukola Saraki it becomes a crisis, why?



Do you think the leadership style the new National Chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomhole, has employed will bring about the cohesion the party is seeking to get before going into the 2019 elections?  

No. To the contrary, it will add to the existing confusion and acts of gangsterism and the use of uncouth language synonymous with the lifestyle of gangsters, he is bringing it into our political scene. What we had before he became national chairman of the party was already too much. Bringing Oshiomhole and making him chairman of the party, add that to the blunders of President Muhammadu Buhari and his presidency; simply means Nigeria and the political system should be ready to pay a high price. Nobody in his right senses will look at this fellow (Oshiomhole) and think he can be a political party leader who can maintain some harmony, some level-headed approach to sorting out problems. He has now become more or less the glorified National Publicity Secretary of the APC.

In Nigeria, if you are the publicity secretary of a party, your job is to go and abuse everybody other than your own party and that is what he has been doing. Nobody for example, now knows that the APC has a publicity secretary other than him. He has been abusing other parties and their leaders and the others return the favour by abusing him, the government, the President and everything thereafter.

I don’t believe Adams Oshiomhole has the qualities of a political party leader and that in addition to so many other blunders and display of bad faith by Buhari himself has further complicated matters. I would have thought that if you are a president of a country, you have a vested interest in the maintenance of peace and measure of civility in the political system. But this President seems to be the kind of person that encourages corrupt, abusive rogues and scoundrels to be the major players in the political system. This does the country no good; it doesn’t do the ruling party any good. Oshiomhole is now in the middle of this crisis.  In fact, he is making his own reputation by the way he is behaving.  I can assure you, he has a more hard-line posture than those people in the Senate that have a vested interest in their political careers than him because he is a spent force. Here in Nigeria if you mess up in a job, you get promoted to a higher job that is typical of the Buhari administration.


The legislators have also had a cause to complain about the President’s slow response to national issues requiring urgency. Do you share their concerns?

It takes a while to build a reputation. If somebody handles certain sensitive and strategic assignments badly, insensitively, corruptly and without due international interest, it will be expecting too much to think the same person under similar circumstances will come up with something better. Essentially, from 2015 to date, Buhari has been governing the country the only way he knows and you and I will agree that his best is not good enough for Nigeria. In a democracy, you don’t blame people for their electoral choices.

You must have seen it in the news media that people are blaming President Donald Trump for every crisis the global economy is going through. It is the same problem we have since we chose Buhari as president without taking a look at his capacity and allowing his relatives and friends deliberately choosing to hide the truth about his health status physically and mentally from the rest of Nigeria, this is what we are reaping. To make matters worse, he is now determined to return for a second term to repeat the same thing. It took him six months to appoint a ministerial team what do we have? He promised to change his cabinet over one year ago, what has happened? This is the worse cabinet ever assembled in Nigeria since 1914.
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Christ Church Cathedral Abia: “Our bishop is a polygamist, keeps two wives in Bishop’s Court”.

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•Eze dismisses allegations, calls them ‘trash, borne out of tribalism, selfish desires’

ALL is not well with the Christ Church Cathedral [Anglican Communion], Akwete, Ukwa Diocese, Abia State. The diocese is enmeshed in crisis as members are at loggerheads with the bishop, Rt. Rev. Samuel Kelechi Eze. In fact, the members have banned Eze from conducting church services and presiding over the affairs of the church. They are also pushing for him to vacate the Bishop’s House, his official residence.

Bone of contention

Among other allegations, the bishop is accused of being a polygamist; diocese members say he has two wives who live with him in the Bishop’s Court. Other allegations against Eze include maladministration of the diocese as well as not taking proper care of the priests working under him. The attention of the Primate of the Anglican Church in Nigeria, Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, has been drawn to the crisis. Indeed, the situation has got to the head when the Laity of Ukwa Diocese organized a protest against the bishop.

Petition

In a petition to the Primate, some members of the diocese urged him to intervene in the matter. In the petition, dated October 17, 2017 and entitled, ‘Urgent need to intervene and save the Cathedral Church of Christ, Akwete from certain doom’, the aggrieved members, in addition to accusing Eze of practicing polygamy, alleged that he dissolved the Church Committee duly elected and set up a 7-member caretaker committee; that he runs the Cathedral finances with a priest who had been transferred out of the Cathedral for eight years and that the bishop demoted and transferred the church’s resident Canon.

Besides the petition, a three-man delegation from the diocese, led by an elder and the 18th President General of the Joint Council of Knights, Anglican Communion, Chief Okere Eruba, visited the Primate in connection with the allegations.

Trash

Eze, however, denied all the claims against him. According to him, all the claims were trash, borne out of tribalism and selfish desires. He wondered how a bishop would marry two wives. The bishop said that the matter was being handled by the Primate and warned that the issue could lead to “serious litigation”. He accused the Archbishop Ikechi Nwosu of the Province of Aba of being behind his travails.

Eze, who replied to a text message sent to him by Sunday Vanguard, said he was out of the country and would talk more when he returned. “How can a bishop marry two wives?”, he asked rhetorically.

His text read: “This is a matter that the head of our church, the Primate, is handling and one that could lead to serious litigation. Everything they’re talking is trash, borne out of tribalism and selfish desires and masterminded by the archbishop. How can a bishop marry two wives? I am out of the country now but will soon be back. I will like to have a word with you when I am back. God bless you. Bishop Eze”.

Investigative panel

Responding to the petition, the Primate mandated the Aba Provincial Bishops, under the leadership of Archbishop Nwosu, to investigate the allegations against Eze. Seven bishops from the Province joined the archbishop in the panel. They were said to have sat four times during which they interviewed Eze, the Ukwa Diocesan Board, aggrieved diocese members.

Report

In a report to the Primate, the panel was said to have alleged, among other things, that Eze was “not quite willing to give us adequate information needed; the bishop and his wife have no cordial relationship and team work; there are administrative lapses between the bishop and his wife; there is weakness in financial accountability and probity; there is lack of grip in women’s ministries; Bishop Eze did not define his relationship with Gladys Chinazaekpere Nwosu; the bishop is not completely in control of the diocese”.

In a White Paper issued on the report, Primate Okoh, according to sources, upheld the recommendations and Eze was, among other things, asked “to be humble enough to own up to the depth of the relationship between him and Miss Gladys Chinazaekpere Nwosu, admit his fault and genuinely repent and reconcile with God; that the bishop should apologize and seek to be with the people of the Cathedral and other aggrieved parties if any; the bishop should sever such relationships with Miss Gladys or any other woman that may arouse any form of suspicion whatsoever; that the accounts of the Cathedral are to henceforth be operated in line with the Diocesan Constitution”.

Meanwhile, the Laity of Ukwa Diocese and some members of the diocese are not happy that the Primate has not been able to carry out the recommendations he allegedly upheld since January, alleging that nothing has changed in the running of the diocese. To further show their grievance, they held a protest in Akwete, urging Okoh to remove the bishop.

During the protest, they displayed various placards, some with inscriptions such as, ‘Primate, Holy Bible must always be upheld, otherwise we are hypocrites of the gospel’, ‘Rt. Rev. Samuel Kelechi Eze is keeping two women under his roof as wives’, ‘Bishop Eze of Ukwa Diocese has broken his canonical oath and he should be removed”. The coming days will determine the future of Ukwa Diocese.
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Footballer kills mum, sleeps with aunt, sister.

 
A French footballer has shocked the world with a series of bizarre claims – saying he had sex with his aunt and sister, and his mum was killed in a “spiritual sacrifice”.

In video footage released online, Shiva N’Zigou, previously of French club Nantes, claimed his mother was killed in a “spiritual sacrifice” to further his footballing career. He also claimed he was also five years older – aged 39 – than it was thought, claiming his parents changed the D.O.B. on his birth certificate.

Shiva goes on to claim he has had a number of homosexual affairs and incestuous relationships with both his aunt and his sister. 

He said: “I had [sexual] relations with my aunt.

“These relations happened again with my sister. I slept with my sister.

“I slept with a man. And I had another long-term relationship also with a man.”

Shiva played for multiple football clubs, including French FC Nantes, and rounded off his career in 2016. 

The player partook in 24 matches as part of the national Gabonese squad from 2000 to 2008, netting five goals. Shiva is said to be the youngest player in the AFCON, reportedly making his debut at the age of 16.

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Saturday, 18 August 2018

Nigeria Is Better Off Without The Igbos - Babcock Varsity Staff Sparks Serious Argument Online.

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A Babcock University staff identified as Alaba Ajibola, is currently trending on social media after his rant against the Igbos of South-East Nigeria.

The Babcock University staff in a Facebook comment, stated that the Igbos should have been wiped out during the Biafran war. According to him, if this happened, Nigeria would have ‘gone far off’ as the tribe is the most hated tribe in the world.
 
Facebook user, Amara Nwoko who shared screenshots of the comment by the Babcock University staff, wrote;

You see this fool.. This mad man who works with Babcock university.. Read what he said about the Igbos..

Coming to social media to say a whole nation should be wiped out because you hate them is the most crazy thing ever..

You’re happy the war happened and another will happen again..

It’s high time we use this one to teach him you don’t spill murder on every one..

He wants popularity and we surely will give him..

The life of Igbos in Babock university is seriously under threat as we speak and this is no joke..

#Babcockuniversity you must as a matter of urgency call this your staff who threatened to wipe out a whole tribe because he hates them..

He said there’s a meeting going on to effect the extermination of igbos.. He should tell us what meeting exactly? This was how Hitler started in Germany, isis and other groups that have wasted lives of people..

Babcock university is a private university where you find students live in hostels.. Now, if someone with such bile is given to take care of students imagine the threat to life of students at #babcock University?

if there are things we should never joke with is when someone comes up openly to threaten the life of another.. and even affirmed it again and again when told to stop..

Save the lives of students who hail from igbo land schooling at Babcock university today by calling out this tribal bigot who threatened that all igbos should be wiped out..

One of the screenshots below is babcock university hotlines and contact.. Every igbo on my list who loves our land and will not be glad to watch any of our children in that university die since a bile filled exterminator is one of their staff should call.. If you attend seven days Adventist.. Do us the favour and call them too.. This bigot and murderer in waiting shouldn’t be let free like that…

This was how most killings started.. He said there’s a meeting going on and it will happen soon.. He should tell us which..
            
            
            
            
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History: How Igbos Came to Nigeria and Settled in the South-East.

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Eri, the father of all Igbos, who hailed from Israel was the fifth son of Gad, the seventh son of Jacob (Genesis 46:15-18 and Numbers 26:16:18).  He migrated from Egypt with a group of companions just before the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt many centuries ago.

They traveled by water and finally arrived at the confluence point of Ezu and Omambala (Anambra) Rivers known as Agbanabo, located in present-day Aguleri, where, according to oral tradition, it was spiritually or divinely revealed to Eri that Agbanabo (i.e the confluence point of Ezu and Omambala Rivers) was to be their final destination and settlement.

They moved into the hinterland and settled in the present-day Aguleri but the settlement wasn’t known as Aguleri at that time. Meanwhile, Eri lived and died at Aguleri.

Agulu was the eldest son of Eri who took over from his father after Eri’s demise.

As the population around Eri’s compound at Aguleri increased, and in combination with other factors, some children of Eri and their descendants left Aguleri and founded various other settlements that Igbos occupy today. However, Agulu, the first son, remained in their father’s home at Aguleri with his own descendants.

Agulu, fondly called Agulu-Nwa-Eri, appended the name of their father, Eri, to his name and founded Agulu-Eri (Aguleri) by calling the settlement where his father Eri died and he (Agulu) lived AGULERI.

Menri was one of Agulu’s siblings that left their father’s house. He (Menri) settled at a big forest, where he engaged in hunting and farming, while also performing his spiritual work like other Eri’s children. Menri called his settlement Agu-Ukwu (Nri).

When Menri was getting very old, he told his children to take him back to his ancestral home, as he would not want to die outside his father’s home. Menri was brought back to Aguleri, where he died and was buried. His grave is still marked at Okpu, in Ivite Aguleri, till this day. There is no other grave site of Menri, the founder of Nri, anywhere else in Igbo land, even in Nri itself, except in Aguleri.

It is also a known fact that, by tradition, no other Igbo man would break the kolanut where an Aguleri man is present, except with his permission. This is in deference to the fact that Agulu (Aguleri) was the eldest child Eri.

In fulfillment of the age-long traditional rites for kingship in certain Igbo communities like Nri, every Igwe-elect, must  visit Aguleri accompanied by a delegation from his community, all of whom will spend seven days in Aguleri visiting sacred places, paying homage and making sacrifices to certain deities/shrines.

Agbanabo, in the oral tradition of Eri clan is not just  any place ‘where two rivers meet’. It has great spiritual significance, because it was at this point that Eri had a divine revelation that they had reached their ordained place of settlement.   Members of Eri clan, therefore, have a strong spiritual attachment to Agbanabo. And this has made it an important and mandatory feature in the coronation rites of the people of Eri clan.

The visit an Igwe-elect, with his people to Aguleri, including the places he’ll go to, making sacrifices and paying homage to certain deities/shrines, can be well captured in a video coverage these days. All such videos are available in Aguleri archives for anyone who cares to see and is interested in knowing the truth.


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The Colonial Era (1882-1960).

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British colonialism began under the pretense of policing the slave trade. Britain outlawed slavery in 1807 and pushed for forms of “legitimate commerce” such as palm oil and cotton, and in so doing developed an internal infrastructure to facilitate these markets. By the 1820s, the British had made connections with the Sokoto Caliphate, whose highly structured society, aristocracy, and religion struck colonial administrators as more “civilized” than the war‐torn groups they encountered in the South. With the discovery of quinine in the 1850s, colonial explorers and missionaries who had been unable to enter the southern interior due to risk of malaria began contacting a wider range of groups; the British then had treaties and trade policies in place throughout the North and the South.

In the 1850s, the British used trade policies to influence African politics, including deposing rulers who stood in the way of the lucrative palm oil trade. In the 1880s, competition with French colonial powers in Africa prompted a policy shift and in 1882 the northern and southern “protectorates” were established. During the Berlin Conference of 1884–1885, European leaders determined who had rights to what “spheres of influence.” The two protectorates were joined in 1914 under British governor‐general Frederick Lugard, and the Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria was established. 2014 marks Nigeria’s grand celebration of the 100th anniversary of the union between the northern and southern regions.

 Lugard instituted a policy of indirect rule through native authorities, who collected taxes and performed other local administrative tasks. In the North, Lugard worked through the Fulani ruling classes, who used the British in order to retain their power and to acquire wealth. Because rulers were no longer accountable to their people, corruption and poverty spread.

Many Muslims began to see the Fulani leadership as pawns—a sentiment echoed today by members of Islamist movements towards northern leadership. British favoritism towards Muslims, combined with Hausa‐Fulani advances into the Middle Belt, led to widespread conversion to Islam.

At the same time, a rising African intelligentsia—graduates of Christian missionary schools—began to challenge British rule in the South. Christianity spread rapidly at the grassroots level from the 1860s onwards, in large part due to the mission education system. Colonial administrators encouraged conversion to Christianity in the South, especially Anglicanism, as part of their mandate to “civilize” Africa. Mission schools became training grounds for the intellectual, commercial, civic, and military elites, who tended to be promoted by the British colonial government and who would be at the forefront of the nationalist movement. However, at the insistence of Hausa‐Fulani leaders in the North, the British barred Christian missionaries from proselytizing there, which meant that Western education was limited to Nigeria’s South. It also resulted in a preponderance of Christians among Nigeria’s nationalists.

After WWII the British began to see that colonialism was no longer pragmatic in Nigeria, and responded to the protests from returned ex‐servicemen who had fought alongside the British in the war by instituting a series of changes meant to develop a federal government. In 1954, the Lyttleton Constitution cemented a federal system with three self-governing states under weak central control. This included a large northern state and smaller eastern and western states, which reflected the three regional units managed separately and differently by the colonial administration. While they loosely corresponded with major ethnic groups, the borders were not intended to demarcate ethnicity and they arbitrarily cut across ethnic and linguistic communities. As the British never prioritized fostering unity among Nigeria’s disparate peoples, colonialism left Nigeria deeply divided.[1]

For Nigerians, access to colonial resources was determined by the relative strength of their identity groups in relation to British power, and this fostered competition. In the South, Nigerians had benefited from missionary education and saw economic growth, urbanization, and the rise of a skilled middle class. Christianity dominated, though there were significant Muslim and indigenous religious communities as well. The larger but more insular North had extensive agricultural production, little access to Western education and rampant poverty. Mutual distrust was pervasive on the eve of independence.

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Video: Man spits on wife, attempts to stab daughter, strangle son in Rivers state.

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A Twitter user @Jessika_gem has shared a very disturbing video of a man caught on tape spitting on his wife, beating her up alongside their children late last night.

According to Jessica, the victim, a mother of 3, works as a cleaner and sells fruits at the junction. She pays the family’s rent and school fees but her jobless husband beats the hell out of her and the children.

Last night, he attempted stabbing and strangling their children after chasing them out of the home his wife pays rent for. During the abuse, he is caught on tape, spitting on his wife. Press play to watch the videos below. Viewer’s discretion is advised.

Jessica tweeted:

This is 1:45am, this lady and her kids are outside.The lady works as a cleaner and sells fruits at the junction,she pays the rent and school fees but the jobless husband beats the hell out of her and the children. So sad

I came out last night by to 1am and he was strangling the son, he broke a bottle to stab the daughter. This (Domestic violence) has been going on but enough is enough. He chases them outside almost every night. Abuloma PH, he was holding the bottle in the video.

This woman pays the rent and school fees and feeds the house but still lives in hell. She has been sleeping outside the in the store but the man still went to break their tent and chased them. The beatings I can’t even describe. Abuloma PH


He was holding a bottle in the video he was gonna stab his daughter but she ran, then he was strangling his son but my gateman helped rescue the child. Pls let’s help this family. They slept in my house. This is evil.




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VIDEO: Slaughtering an Elephant while alive.

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A barbaric group of sub humans frantically cutting a live Elephant into pieces while its still alive.

They are busy killing everything they find. Primitive in nature in the year 2018. This happened on the border of the Kruger national park.
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VIDEO: Family of Arab resident shot dead while stabbing officer in Jerusalem says he was mentally ill, wanted to commit suicide.



Umm al-Fahm Municipality condemns 'cold-blooded murder' of Ahmed Muhammad Mahameed, says police could have arrested him instead of killing him -

The family of Ahmed Muhammad Mahameed who was shot dead Friday while attempting to stab a police officer in the Old City of Jerusalem said he struggled with mental health issues, and had not carried out the attack for nationalistic reasons.

Ahmed had spent significant time in the Sha’ar Menashe psychiatric medical center in northern Israel, according to his brother Nissim Mahameed. “He was sick and could not function,” Nissim told the Haaretz daily on Saturday.

Mahameed’s father said Ahmed had twice tried to take his own life.

“There was an incident once where we were sitting outside our house and we heard sceams from inside. He had taken pills and tried to commit suicide,” Muhammad Mahameed told the Walla news site.

Police said Mahameed — a resident of Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel — emerged from the direction of the Temple Mount on Friday afternoon and approached a group of policemen, pulling out a knife and attempting to stab one of them.

The officers scuffled with the assailant and one of them shot him, killing him.

The Mahameed family condemned the officer for being “light with his finger on the trigger.”

“They didn’t have to kill him,” said the assailant’s father, pointing to other instances where police managed to neutralize attackers by shooting at their legs instead of their upper bodies.

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In addition, the Umm al-Fahm Municipality released a statement Saturday condemning police for what it called the “cold-blooded murder” of its resident.

“The city condemns the incomprehensible conduct, especially in light of the young man’s mental and health condition,” the statement read. It did not elaborate on how the officers at the scene would have been able to know the assailant’s state of mental well-being ahead of time.
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