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petera Post time: 2014-5-5 19:31
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Nigeria has been raped by the Zionist West. I don't think they need any more Western "gener ...

Finally somebody comes up and blames it on the ANGLOS.

I knew it all along !

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NgTran Post time: 2014-5-5 20:17
Finally somebody comes up and blames it on the ANGLOS.

I knew it all along !

Don't encourage him!!

He's on his second broken record today... it's a change from his usual ballocks.
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Post time 2014-5-5 21:52:09 |Display all floors
It has been done by Muslims, so why not also solved by Muslim intervention.

But do any Muslim care for Christians ?

I think those girls were all Christians.

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seneca Post time: 2014-5-5 21:34
The girls clearly are the helpless, defenceless victims of a crime. The crime is multifold, incl ...
But is this crime an "act of terrorism"? I don't think so. There seems to be no political ambition or aim behind this act; it may have been started by Boko Haram members for entirely "commercial" reasons. There is no political agenda in marrying off girls abducted from a school. Are the girls Muslims?  


It was carried out by a terrorist group.

The intentions is to keep parents from sending their girls to school

They are wanting to recreate what the taliban did to afghanistan.
  
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Post time 2014-5-6 00:24:17 |Display all floors
Boko Haram leader threatens to sell kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls


LAGOS, Nigeria -- Nigeria's Islamic extremist leader is threatening to sell the more than 300 teenage schoolgirls abducted from a school in the remote northeast three weeks ago, in a new videotape received Monday.

Abubakar Shekau for the first time also claimed responsibility for the April 15 mass abduction, in a video reviewed by The Associated Press.

He threatens to attack more schools and abduct more girls

"I abducted your girls," said the leader of Boko Haram, which means "Western education is sinful.
He described the girls as "slaves" and said "By Allah, I will sell them in the marketplace." The hour-long video starts with fighters lofting automatic rifles and shooting in the air as they chant "Allahu akbar!" or "God is great."

It was unclear if the video was made before or after reports emerged last week that some of the girls have been forced to marry their abductors -- who paid a nominal bride price of $12 -- and that others have been carried into neighbouring Cameroon and Chad. Those reports could not be verified.

In the video, Shekau also says the students "will remain slaves with us." That appears a reference to the ancient jihadi custom of enslaving women captured in a holy war, who then can be used as sex slaves.
  
"They are slaves and I will sell them because I have the market to sell them," he said, speaking in the Hausa language of northern Nigeria.
  
An intermediary who has said Boko Haram is ready to negotiate ransoms for the girls also said two of the girls have died of snakebite and about 20 are ill. He said Christians among the girls have been forced to convert to Islam. The man, an Islamic scholar, spoke on condition of anonymity because his position is sensitive.
Nigeria's police have said more than 300 girls were abducted. Of that number, 276 remain in captivity and 53 escaped.

The mass abduction and the military's failure to rescue the girls and young women has roused national outrage with protests in major cities. Protesters accused President Goodluck Jonathan of being insensitive to the girl's plight.

First lady Patience Jonathan fueled anger Monday when a leader of a protest march said she ordered the arrests of two protest leaders, expressed doubts there was any kidnapping and accused the protest leaders of belonging to Boko Haram.

It was unclear what authority Mrs. Jonathan would have to give such orders, since there is no office of first lady in the Nigerian constitution.

Ayo Adewuyi, spokesman for the first lady, said he was unaware of any arrests. "The first lady did not order the arrest of anybody, and I'm sure of that," he told the AP..

But Saratu Angus Ndirpaya of Chibok town said State Security Service agents drove her and protest leader Naomi Mutah Nyadar to a police station Monday after an all-night meeting at the presidential villa in Abuja, the capital. She said police immediately released her but that Nyadar remains in detention. Deputy Superintendent Daniel Altine, police spokeswoman for Abuja, said she had no information but would investigate.

But Ndirpaya said Mrs. Jonathan accused them of fabricating the abductions. "She told so many lies, that we just wanted the government of Nigeria to have a bad name, that we did not want to support her husband's rule," she said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.

She said other women at the meeting, allies of Mrs. Jonathan including officials of the government and the ruling party, cheered and chanted "yes, yes," when Mrs. Jonathan accused them of belonging to Boko Haram. "They said we are Boko Haram, and that Mrs. Nyadar is a member of Boko Haram." She said Nyadar and herself do not have daughters among those abducted, but are supporting the mothers of kidnapped daughters.

Mrs. Jonathan said the women "had no right to protest," especially Nyadar, whom she identified as the deputy director of the National Directorate of Employment. Jonathan said Nyadar should resign her government post, Ndirpaya said.

In a report on the meeting, Daily Trust newspaper quoted Mrs. Jonathan as ordering all Nigerian women to stop protesting, and threatening "should anything happen to them during protests, they should blame themselves."
On Sunday night, Jonathan said his administration is doing everything possible. On Friday he created a presidential committee to go to the affected Borno state to work with the community on a strategy to get the girls free.



  
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Post time 2014-5-6 02:02:39 |Display all floors
Very sad news.

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In the video, Shekau also said the students “will remain slaves with us.” That appears a reference to the ancient jihadi custom of enslaving women captured in a holy war, who then can be used for sex.


What can you say about this?  

Its okay to capture and enslave women as sex slaves with Allah's blessings?

Seems like the opposite values I was taught to associate with religion.

Crazy kind of religion to follow that lets you rape, kill, etc all......

If I were muslim, I would be pissed off that these people are using religion to justify horrific crimes like this.
  
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