Islamic extremist group Boko Haram killin' more innocent people


Locutus
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religion of peace, man.

Nigeria explosion at Abuja shopping mall kills 21, wounds 17




Nigerians are immediately blaming the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram after an explosion killed 21 people at a shopping mall in the capital, Abuja on Wednesday.

The blast came as many Nigerians were preparing to watch their country's Super Eagles play Argentina at the World Cup in Brazil. Many shops at the mall have TV screens but it was unclear if the explosion was timed to coincide with the match, which started an hour later.


alah more man


Nigeria explosion at Abuja shopping mall kills 21, wounds 17 - World - CBC News
 
BaalsTears
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I wonder when Boko Haram will decide to visit Washington, DC?
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by BaalsTearsView Post

I wonder when Boko Haram will decide to visit Washington, DC?

I think somebody spiked the water in that region... everyone is embolden and going bananas...
 
tay
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They did not attack everyone in Ngamdu, they just selected some top business merchants there and slaughtered them in the early hours of today (Monday, October 6, 2014). We have also heard that they were attacking Mobbar village today also, but we have no knowledge of the casualty figures yet, even though those that managed to escape said it was a massive attack”, stated a top ranking member of the vigilante group of Nigeria, Chief Abba Gava who went on to reveal that the Jihadist group had beheaded seven prominent businessmen in the village of Ngamdu in Borno. The beheadings were said to resemble a targeted attack on the seven businessmen.


The tribal affiliation of the business men were not readily available.


Another security source from Maiduguri who spoke to 247ureports.com indicated that the gunmen had also attacked Mobbar village on the same Monday – where unknown number of villagers were believed murdered. The attack was carried out at 4am.


Interestingly, the Jihadist group operation occurred just 100km away from Maiduguri and 35 km from the neighboring Yobe state capital Damaturu. Ngamdu is also a border town of Borno near a village in Yobe state called Kukareta, where a recently established military formation is located.


The latest attack by the Jihadist group comes after the Nigerian security forces had scored some major military victories over the Jihadist group. The Monday morning attack comes as another embarrassment to the Nigerian security unit stationed in the northern regions of Nigeria where the activities of Boko Haram have been more concentrated. Many of the top security officers have become unsettled with the strategy employed by the Nigerian defense headquarters in the war against Boko Haram.


According to a senior security officer, “We are really very sad that up till now, our commanders are not seeing it as very necessary to change from waiting to be attacked and resort to taking the battle to where ever the Boko Haram elements are”, said the top security source. It is unacceptable to hear that the Boko Haram terrorists could move freely from one point to the other; where our troops are transfixed in one spot waiting to repel them, while other parts of the states are being attacked at the same time. We just have to wake up and do the needful”.


It is recalled that on Friday morning that the security officials in Yobe banned all movement in compliance with the military order that the whole of Yobe should be locked down from 10pm of Thursday, 2nd October, to wade off possible attacks being planned by the Boko Haram terrorists during the Sallah period.






Boko Haram Beheads 7 Prominent Businessmen in Renewed Attack (external - login to view)
 
tay
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Boko Haram fighters have killed 32 people and kidnapped scores of others in a northeastern Nigerian village, local officials and a witness said, as a court-martial sentenced 54 soldiers to death for mutiny.

Neighbouring Cameroon also said that its troops had killed 116 Boko Haram fighters in a far north region.


The Nigerian officials, who requested anonymity, said locals in the village of Gumsuri were still counting those abducted in the attack on Sunday in a remote, isolated area in the Borno state, adding that the figure, which included women and children, could pass 100.


"After killing our youths, the fighters have taken away our wives and daughters," Mukhtar Buba said on Thursday, after fleeing Gumsuri to Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state.


Details took four days to emerge because the mobile phone network has largely collapsed in the area roughly 70km south of Maiduguri, and many of the roads are impassable.
Gamsuri is located on the road that leads to Chibok, where Boko Haram abducted more than 200 girls (external - login to view) from a school in April.

Speaking about soldiers sentenced to death by firing squad, lawyer Femi Falana, who represents the condemned men, said another 43 soldiers accused of refusing to fight Boko Haram would be tried by a military court.

Falana said five men had been acquitted.

Nigerian troops regularly complain that they are outgunned by Boko Haram and are not supported with enough ammunition or food.


Meanwhile in Cameroon, the fighters attacked an army base in Amchide on the border with Nigeria on Wednesday, but soldiers repelled them, inflicting heavy losses, the Cameroon defence ministry said.






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Boko Haram kills dozens in northeast Nigeria - Africa - Al Jazeera English (external - login to view)
 
Nuggler
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Sounds like a real neat kinda fukked up place which is not on the bucket list of places to go.

The troops gotta be more pro-active.
 
tay
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Suspected Boko Haram militants have kidnapped about 40 boys and young men in a raid on a remote village in north-eastern Nigeria, residents say.


People who fled Malari village in Borno state and arrived in the state capital, Maiduguri, late on Friday said the men had been taken on New Year's Eve.


In the latest incident, Malari residents said gunmen had come to the village in pick-up trucks and ordered all males to come out and listen to a sermon.


Young men were then rounded up and taken into a nearby forest.


Last month suspected Boko Haram militants stormed another village, Gumsuri. A survivor told the BBC that 33 villagers had been killed and about 200 people kidnapped.


Militants attacks have increased since three Nigerian states - Borno, Adamawa and Yobe - were put under emergency rule more than 18 months ago.


The kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in April sparked international outrage.


Despite military assistance from countries such as China, France, the UK and the US, the girls have not yet been rescued.




BBC News - Boko Haram unrest: Gunmen kidnap Nigeria villagers (external - login to view)
 
tay
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Islamic Terrorist Group Boko Haram kills up to 2000 people in Nigerian town "Streets Strewn with bodies"




Musa Alhaji Bukar, a senior government official in the area, said that fleeing residents told him that Baga, which had a population of about 10,000, was now "virtually non-existent".




BBC News - Boko Haram crisis: Nigeria's Baga town hit by new assault (external - login to view)

 
Walter
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Islamo-Nazis need to be exterminated.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Islamo-Nazis need to be exterminated.

How 'bout the Lord's Army?
 
Walter
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

How 'bout the Lord's Army?

Which Lord?
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Which Lord?

According to their leader, yours.

My answer to all of them, the Lord's Army, Procol Harum, and the Ganjaweed Militia is the same. Stay out of it. If you must get into it, do so with AC-130s.
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

How 'bout the Lord's Army?

How about it?

You wanna go there??

It really does have NOTHING to do with Christianity.

And you know it.

ISIS, the terror brothers, and every other psycho Muslim murderer of infidels is acting in complete accordance with the instructions of the Koran and the example of the Prophet.

Even the LRA does not claim to be Christian fundamentalist, but a mix of pagan and Christian ideology..........which is in itself ludicrous, as they violate every single moral value of the New Testament.

How many innocents did Jesus Christ murder?
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

How about it?

You wanna go there??

It really does have NOTHING to do with Christianity.

Of course not. Neither did the Crusades. Or the Indian schools. Or the Klan. Or the Dutch Reform Church's support of apartheid. Or the Inquisition. Or an ordained Baptist minister murdering civil rights workers.
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Of course not. Neither did the Crusades. Or the Indian schools. Or the Klan. Or the Dutch Reform Church's support of apartheid. Or the Inquisition. Or an ordained Baptist minister murdering civil rights workers.

That is absolutely correct.

You may be starting to get it.

These people you mention were all acting outside the moral and ideological framework of the religion they claim to practice.

I might claim to be Napoleon Bonaparte, that does not make me Napoleon Bonaparte.

Muslim psycho killers are instructed both by the Koran and the example of the Prophet Mohammed (Pee Be Upon Him) to be Muslim psycho killers.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post


Muslim psycho killers are instructed both by the Koran and the example of the Prophet Mohammed (Pee Be Upon Him) to be Muslim psycho killers.

And the Imans will tell you so!
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

That is absolutely correct.

You may be starting to get it.

These people you mention were all acting outside the moral and ideological framework of the religion they claim to practice.

I might claim to be Napoleon Bonaparte, that does not make me Napoleon Bonaparte.

Muslim psycho killers are instructed both by the Koran and the example of the Prophet Mohammed (Pee Be Upon Him) to be Muslim psycho killers.

So, when American authorities act outside the Constitution, they aren't Americans?

Cool excuse, bro.
 
BaalsTears
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

So, when American authorities act outside the Constitution, they aren't Americans?
...

I agree. Obama isn't really an American except as a legal technicality.
 
Zipperfish
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More Blood for the Blood God.
 
Kreskin
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I met someone the other who works on Nigeria. He said s lot of this stuff is over hyped by western media. Big surprise.
 
captain morgan
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Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

How about it?

You wanna go there??

It really does have NOTHING to do with Christianity.

And you know it.


TB means Traci Lords the porn actress.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

I met someone the other who works on Nigeria. He said s lot of this stuff is over hyped by western media. Big surprise.

So is he saying it doesn't happen or its not that big of a deal over there?
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

So is he saying it doesn't happen or its not that big of a deal over there?

Just that most everyone goes about there day without fear or thought about. Meanwhile across the ocean everyone huddled around Twitter running wild with it.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

Just that most everyone goes about there day without fear or thought about. Meanwhile across the ocean everyone huddled around Twitter running wild with it.

Gotcha.

Yes we have different values and see things differently.
 
SLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

Gotcha.

Yes we have different values and see things differently.

Is it really different values though? Or is it more a matter of 'what they have to deal with'? I mean, we hear people here in North America for example going on, ad nauseam sometimes, about how corrupt the police force is, but there are some places in the world where they literally are. Will break into your home, run an oppressive regime, etc. To me, they're born into that world and don't really have much in the way of choice when it comes to values in society.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by SLMView Post

Is it really different values though? Or is it more a matter of 'what they have to deal with'? I mean, we hear people here in North America for example going on, ad nauseam sometimes, about how corrupt the police force is, but there are some places in the world where they literally are. Will break into your home, run an oppressive regime, etc. To me, they're born into that world and don't really have much in the way of choice when it comes to values in society.

I'm not saying we're better.
 
SLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

I'm not saying we're better.

No I know that but I don't think values plays a big role in some societies, because the option just isn't there. I think in many cases that's a privilege and it's one that we certainly enjoy but in some nations that isn't even on the horizon. It's not that they value people less, it's that they are so inured to it. It's part of their everyday lives.
 

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