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“Israel will pay for their crimes against Palestine” — FFK



"Israel will pay for their crimes against Palestine" -- FFK

Former Nigeria’s Aviation Minister, Femi Fani Kayode gets into global politics to talk about the political divide that is Israel and Palestine.

In a provocative statement ahead of the upcoming United States presidential election, Femi Fani-Kayode or FFK as he is known for short, issued a warning to Israel.

Fani-Kayode, known for his outspoken views, asserted that regardless of whether President Joe Biden or Donald Trump wins in November, Israel will face significant consequences for their conflict with Palestine.

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Fani-Kayode’s comments, posted on his X account, suggest that Israel will suffer divine retribution for its actions in Palestine and the Gaza Strip. He believes that Israel’s ongoing conflict with Hamas and its policies towards Palestinians will lead to inevitable suffering.

“It does not matter who wins the American Presidential elections in November,” Fani-Kayode wrote.

“Whoever wins the race, whether Trump or Biden, the Zionist State of Israel WILL suffer divine retribution and the most horrific karma for the evil that they have visited upon the Palestinians and Gaza.”

His post went further, invoking a range of divine attributes to underscore his prediction.

“The God of Heaven, the Lord of Hosts, the Ancient of Days, the Man of War, the Helper of the helpless, the Father of the fatherless, the Deliverer of the afflicted, the Avenger of the oppressed, the Vindicator of the cheated, the Husband of the widow, the Lifter of the crushed, the Defender of the weak and the Provider of the poor, will see to that.”

The conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip has been a focal point of international attention, with ongoing debates about the humanitarian impact and the broader geopolitical implications. Fani-Kayode’s remarks add another layer to this complex issue, emphasizing a spiritual dimension to the anticipated fallout.