Chibok, Nigerian: – Terrorist Adduct Nearly 300 School Girls from their Boarding School!
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School Girls, ages 13 – 17, were abducted from their Boarding School in April 2014 from the town of Chibok in northeastern Nigeria by an international terror group named “Boko Haram” an affiliate Terror group of “al Qaeda”. This brutal terrorist group which does not value life has valued to hurt or possible sell these girls into slavery.
According to officials, after a fierce gunbattle with government soldiers, the militants of Boko Haram herded the girls out of bed from their Boarding School and onto buses/trucks, and sped off. Only a few dozen of the girls have escaped. Boko Haram attacks are aimed at striking fear at the heart of the local population to prevent cooperation with western governments.
Men suspected of being fighters from this radical terror group Boko Haram kidnapped 11 more girls in Nigeria’s northeast, local officials said, an intensification of its campaign against female rights, education, the government and western culture; since the abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls a few weeks earlier.
One of the girls rounded up and put in a truck was able to escape – she said, “we knew they were not there to help us, as they promised, but hurt us”. She said, “when the gunmen started setting fires to the school and shouting “Allahu Akbar” (which means “God is Great”) it suddenly dawned on me that they were not going to help, so I ran away from them as fast as I could”.
The terror group’s leader said, “I will sell them” and other things. The Boko Haram is a terrorist group receiving training from al Qaeda, according to U.S. officials. The name “Boko Haram” means “Western education is sin” (is this a threat aimed at Western Schools?). In the self-proclaimed leader’s nearly hourlong, rambling video, Shekau repeatedly called for Western education to end.
Last year, Shekau (Boko Haram’s Leader) released a statement vowing to attack the United States and Europe. He went on to say, “Our strength and firepower is bigger than that of Nigeria. Nigeria is no longer a big deal to us, as far as we are concerned. We will now comfortably confront the United States of America”. This militant group has bombed schools, churches and mosques; kidnapped women and children; and assassinated politicians and religious leaders alike.
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