Â Boko Haram again killed a pastor and 10 other personsÂ in a fresh attack on FridayÂ night at EYN in theÂ village of Sabon Garin YamdulaÂ ,Madagali area of Adamawa state.Â This is coming barely a week when the suspected members of the Islamic sect attacked a Catholic church at Chakawa village of MadagaliÂ local government area of Adamawa and killed over 45 person in the area
“The British colonial masters took our land and handed it over to Muslim rulers…
They gave us [non-Muslim groups] an inferior social and political role in the colonial hierarchical system in northern Nigeria, and that is exactly where we are right now.” â€” Dr. Yusufu Taraki
It is a truth not universally acknowledged in Western politically-correct circles that Christianity has become the most persecuted religion in the world and that most of the oppression comes from the hands ofÂ Islam and in Muslim-majority areas.
Nowhere is this more true than in northern Nigeria where, in 2012,Â 70% of all Christians murdered worldwideÂ were slain. Not only death but discrimination, too, is rife across the country’s twelve northern Sharia states in which Christians and other minorities live with second-classÂ dhimmiÂ status, and with inferior rights to jobs, justice and worship.–Continue ReadingÂ
This is beautiful:
Al-Qaeda fighters kill Syrian rebel leaders–The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant attack and kill commanders of groups in escalation of infighting among rebels.
Any idea why the All Burma Students’ Democratic FrontÂ is listed as a terrorist organisation by the United States? Â Â The group has declared that one of its main objectives is to liberate Myanmar from oppression.
Golden Dawn Attacked Again by “Anti-Fascists”
The report from al Jizz naturally vilifies every movement against Islamisation as “extreme-right”.
Black-clad supporters waved Greek flags and unfurled a banner with the face of Mihaloliakos and chanted “traitors” against the government. Some handed out leaflets advertising National Dawn, which will replace the banned ‘Golden Dawn’.
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