OS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Reports of Christians attacked in central and northern Nigeria draw more attention, but in more southerly Benue state Islamic extremists killed at least 205 Christians in the last six months alone, sources said. read more »
(AGI) Maiduguri, Nov 4 - At least 27 people were killed and 12 were injured when their village in northeast Nigeria was attacked by Boko Haram militants, local government sources have reported. At least 300 houses were burned. The gang arrived in trucks and motorcycles near Bama, which Boko Haram has attacked in the past. .
Officials say at least 17 people died in a stampede at an all-night church vigil disrupted by politicking over a contentious November 18, 2013 gubernatorial election in Nigeria’s southeast Anambra State. read more »
These Islamic attacks are daily now and still Obama refuses to designate the jihad group Boko Haram a terrorist group. But tea partiers, vets, counter jihadists ... they are terrorists.
Islamic Attack: 128 Dead in Nigeria State Capital ABC News, October 29, 2013 (AP) By ADAMU ADAMU and MICHELLE FAUL Associated Press
5-hour battle between Islamic extremists and army troops in the capital of Yobe state killed at least 127 people, all but two combatants, according to reports from army and police officers that raise doubts about military claims that they have the upper hand in Nigeria's fight to halt an Islamic uprising in the northeast. read more »
Suspected Islamic extremists attacked an agricultural college during night, gunning down dozens of students as they slept in dormitories and setting ablaze classrooms in an ongoing uprising in north-east Nigeria, the school's provost said.
As many as 50 students may have been killed in the attack that began at about 1am local time on Sunday, said Molima Idi Mato, provost of the Yobe State College of Agriculture in Gujba. "They [gunmen] attacked our students while they were sleeping, they opened fire at them." read more »
Nigeria: Muslims Slaughter Christians Before Sunday Church Services
by Raymond Ibrahim on September 6, 2013 in Muslim Persecution of Christians
According to a new Morning Star News report from today, last Sunday in Adu village in Nigeria, Gabriel Anthony, 25, was “steeped in quiet, prayerful devotion at 5 a.m.” when he heard gunshots: “Within minutes, bullets were piercing into our rooms,” said Gabriel. “I escaped from my room by jumping through the window.” read more »